Once you’ve passed, you’ll no longer be driving your instructor’s car that you’ve become familiar with. Whether you’ve got your hands on your own car
, or you’re driving the family car
, it’s essential that you spend time becoming familiar with how it works. Find the switches that change your dipped headlights to full beam, figure out which switch puts your window wipers on, check where the hazard button is. It sounds silly, but instinctively knowing where these things are when you’re actually driving could be the difference between having an accident or not.