Every single person who was testing before me failed, then I failed. (i've been driving for over 30 years, just needed to take the road test because I haven't been licensed in Utah for a few years because I didn't have a car) There were also people in the waiting room who were taking the test for the second time because they failed the first time. How interesting that everyone fails the first time. It's quite a gimmick they have running. Automatically fail you so you have to go back and pay another 40.00 to take the test again. I won't go back. I'll take the test elsewhere, 40.00 dollars, and time wasted. Scam artists. The good reviews must be from friends and family.
Just wanted to add that when I was to parallel park the instructor told me to go in front of a parked truck and park. I couldn't because there were trash cans there so he said pull up to the next parked car and park in front of it. I started to then he slammed on his brakes and said "here!" behind the next car when he had originally told me to do it in front of the car. Geeze, it was so annoying. He fails as an examiner!
I failed because supposedly I didn't turn my head enough, what they call "head checks" I did turn my head, I'm a VERY cautious driver, but apparently I didn't swivel my head 365 degrees like Linda Blair in the Exorcist, so it wasn't good enough. RIDICULOUS!
It would be interesting to see the percentage of first time fails as compared to legitimate places. They need to be audited.
Do you notice that most of the good reviews mention them by name? Who does that? Who remembers the name of the person giving you a test? Or feels the need to put it in a review? Well fake reviewers that's who.