Driving test in Shenzhen adds rules for night light use
Shenzhen, China- As required by the Ministry of Public Security, the driving test in Shenzhen will add rules for night light use from July 1st, which requires the trainees taking the test to stimulate night-driving by turning on headlights and using them correctly throughout the test.
According to the introduction of Shenzhen Vehicle Registration and Management Administration, the trainees applying for compact cars licenses will be required to stimulate night-driving from July 1st and the trainees applying for large buses licenses must be examined the items such as highway driving, continuous curves and emergency treatment. Those trainees who fail to turn on the headlights after starting the engine, to use dipped headlights while driving on roads with good lighting conditions, or to flash their lights when turning or going through intersection will fail the exams.
“It’s a common mistake for trainees to fail to flash their lights when going through crosswalks, so examinees must be careful,” said Zhou Guoju, a police officer with the examination section of Shenzhen Vehicle Registration and Management Administration.
The police said there are seven places where the examinees should flash their lights. Zhou said driving schools are for examination-oriented education, which is to say the trainees will be examined what the coach teaches. After the new examination items increased, the number of drivers passing the exams will be reduced. Therefore, the examinees should learn hard about how to use lights, so as to successfully pass the exam.
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