By seniority I likely have several years to go, but I'm just curious as to the current road test criteria. I know you have to go to school for a few days, pass a written exam, and then you are given the road test? Do they do a "group" road test? Like there's several people there, and the instructor takes you out one at a time? Or do they schedule you individually? And do you actually go out and about? Or simply driven around a yard in the hub? I'm sure it may vary by region but I've heard both scenarios. And as for what you actually do, I understand you lose "points" for doing something against the criteria? Like I heard if you have a stall-out (on a stick) you lose x amount of points, or something to that effect. Just curious about what and all is entailed in it.