If you have recently learned to drive a car, or in some cases if you are moving to another state, you may be facing a driver's exam. Most states require potential drivers to pass a written exam and a driving exam in order to become licensed. The written exam is taken from study materials explaining driving laws and rules of the road. The driving exam typically involves driving a car while an examiner watches to see that you know what you are doing. I worked as a driving test administrator for many years, and I know that the driving exam is very stressful for some. This blog will help prepare you for that exam as well give you information on the steps you will need to take to become a licensed driver.
If you have a criminal conviction on your record, you may have experienced first-hand what an impact this can have on your life. For employers who run background checks, for instance, you may have a harder time finding a job. One option you may want to look into is that of having your criminal record expunged, which essentially allows your criminal conviction to be sealed off from public record. This can make it easier to secure employment or even get approved to lease an apartment. [Read More]