Vehicles Used for Road Test
Note: For vehicles equipped with medical devices, please see Driver Training Program for Persons with Disabilities for information
This vehicle must:
- Be appropriate for the license class for which you are applying.
- Have a valid registration certificate.
- Have proof of insurance. If using an out of state registered vehicle, you must present the declaration page of the policy which meets CT minimum insurance requirements.
- Be in compliance with regarding tinted windows.
- NOT have an Ignition Interlock Device (IID) installed if the testing applicant is not required by law to use an IID.
In addition, the vehicle must be mechanically safe. Some common reasons why a vehicle cannot be used, include but are not limited to:
- Illegal tint: Any vehicle with after-market tint MUST have a CT DMV tint compliance sticker affixed to it and the inspection report. See more details on tinted windows.
- Cracked or damaged windows/windshields
- Defective brake lights (includes high mount/3rd brake light)/signal light
- Safety warning indicator lights on the dash board (SRS, ABS, etc.)
- Worn or Damaged Tires
- Missing lug nuts
- Defective seat belts
- Defective speedometer
- Defective braking system
- Any other defective equipment