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Old 03-15-2010, 09:00 PM   #1
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Can I take the NJ Road Test in a manual transmission car?

I am taking the NJ drivers test in 2 weeks at the Kilmer location and I was wondering if I could use my 2006 mustang for the test. It has a manual transmission and a center hand brake so it should be fine on that part. If anyone has taken the test at that location with a stick shift or is a proctor there or anything, I would appreciate input on this matter, because it is the only car my family has with a center brake, and I need to know if I can use the mustang to take the test or not.
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Can I take the NJ Road Test in a manual transmission car?

As long as it has tags, insurance and is in fairly good working order, YES
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