v 7. Lane Change 8. Merge 9. Use of Lanes 10. Right-of-Way 11. Posture 12.Approach to Corner 13. Traffic Signals 14. Traffic Signs 15. Left Turns 16.Right Turns Pass or Fail The official conducting the examination will guide the driver through the Road Tests. If the driver successfully performs the required maneuvers, he/she will be issued a Commercial Driver License. If not, he/she will be required to take the Road Test again another day. The following factors will result in failure of the Road Test: Having too many deductions (more than Having or causing an accident Driving dangerously Not cooperating Violating the law Skills Test Exemptions A driver is exempt from the skills test if he/she can certify to meeting all of the following requirements: 1. He/she is currently licensed. 2. During the two-year period immediately prior to applying fora Commercial Driver License, he/she a. has not had more than one license; b. has not had any license suspended, revoked, or cancelled; c. has not had any convictions fora disqualifying offense for any type of motor vehicle, such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUID) Blood/Breath Test Refusal (BBTR) Failed to Stop and Render Aid (FSRA) Felony involving use of a commercial motor vehicle The use of a commercial motor vehicle in the commission of a felony involving manufacturing, distributing, or dispensing a controlled substance Any violation of state or local law relating to motor vehicle traffic control arising in connection with any traffic accident in which the aforementioned driver was at fault d. has not had more than one serious traffic violation Speeding 15 mph over the limit Reckless driving Following too close Unsafe lane change A violation of the law relating to traffic control arising in connection with a fatal accident excluding parking, weight, and vehicle defect violations Driving a CMV without a CDL Driving a CMV without a CDL in possession 3. He is regularly employed in a job requiring the operation of a commercial motor vehicle and a. has previously taken and passed a skills test given by a state with a classified licensing system and the test was behind-the-wheel in a representative vehicle for that driver license classification or b.has operated, for at least two years immediately preceding application fora Commercial Driver License, a vehicle representative of the commercial motor vehicle he operates or expects to operate. This exemption only applies to drivers whose two-year driving experience has been legal (properly licensed) and who have been driving vehicles that are exempt (firefighters, farmers, etc.).