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Parallel Parking in Illinois

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  • What are a few ways I should learn to parallel park?

    Parallel parking. Probably since the advent of the driving test, just the term itself has been striking fear in the hearts of applicants nation wide. Yet, mastering the art of parking parallel –...

  • Is parallel parking on the driving test?

    Parallel parking involves performing an S-shaped turn in reverse to park parallel to the curb. For the majority of new drivers, this is one of the hardest skills to master. If you're struggling to ge...

  • Is it best to practice parallel parking on a game driver ed courses offer?

    Game driver ed parallel parking, while offering realistic simulation, is never exactly like doing the real thing in the real world. You should both practice parallel parking in an driver ed online si...

  • Where can I access the parking rules where I live?

    Are you looking for statewide parking rules - or parking laws for your town? Statewide parking laws - concerning matters such as how far away you must park from a fire hydrant, driveway, or curb - s...

  • Does signing up to play drivers ed game obligate me in any way?

    No. You can play free drivers ed games without signing up or being under any obligation to purchase a game or practice tests. Some Web sites ask you to provide an email address before trying out thei...

  • Where can I find a car parking driver ed game?

    Many arcade sites or driver ed online Web sites on the Internet offer free parking games and other driver ed games. These parking games use the arrow keys on your keyboard to direct a car into a para...

  • Do parking violations show up on my driving record?

    Generally, parking violations do not show up on your driving record. Your driving record contains information about moving violations and any traffic accidents you've been involved in. It does not co...

  • How can I contest parking violations?

    How to fight a ticket varies by state. Generally, first request a review from the department that issued the parking tickets. Depending on the state, you may be able to do this with a phone call, thr...

  • Is it best to get parking practice from drivers ed games?

    Nothing prepares you for the parking portion of your drivers license test - and real-life parking situations - like actually getting in a car and practicing the art of parking. However, drivers ed ga...

  • In regard to parking violations, can I pay tickets online?

    You might be able to, but it all depends on the payment methods established by the municipality involved. States don't dictate how you can pay parking tickets within their state; it's left up to th...

  • How can I pay parking ticket?

    Similar to how you can pay traffic tickets, how you can pay parking tickets generally depends on where you were when you received the citation. Fortunately, this isn’t as confusing as it sounds...

  • How do I find out how many parking tickets I have?

    The best way is to contact the jurisdiction where you received the parking tickets. Try calling either the traffic court or the police department. If the department you reach can't help you with this ...

  • What is drivers ed 2?

    Drivers Ed 2 is an interactive online game that combines entertainment with education with the intent of helping you obtain a drivers license. To begin you choose from one of four animated instructo...

  • Does my state offer a DMV practice test?

    Being required to take a knowledge test to earn your driver's license is common for first time drivers and those who have a suspended or expired license. However, the job of the DMV is not to create u...

  • What are some tips for driving a stick shift vehicle?

    Safety Tips for Operating a Manual Transmission For optimum driver safety, operating a car with a manual transmission (stick shift) requires practice in getting your timing down between depressing th...

  • Do driver training programs offer a practice driving test?

    Each school is different, so you will have to inquire with your instructor about the possible availability of a practice driving test. In most cases, however, this option does not exist. Instructors ...

  • Is it possible to fail driver education?

    While earning your drivers license may seem like a natural rite of passage, keep in mind that driving is a privilege and not an entitlement. To earn your license, you must meet your state's requireme...

  • Are there any free drivers ed games online?

    You do not need the computer acumen of Bill Gates to find free games online. Just conduct an Internet search using the words "drivers ed games" and you'll be immediately directed to page upon page of...

  • Are teens eligible to take a defensive driver course?

    Though not prevalent, you can find defensive driving schools open to teenagers. You can either search the Internet for a teen defensive driving course, or try contacting your DMV office for assistanc...

  • Will a DMV defensive driving course cover more than what I find in the state drivers manual?

    Yes. There's a big difference between a DMV defensive driving course and a DMV drivers manual. A manual is more basic, geared towards the beginner driver, teaching topics like road sign identification...

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