A student driver who crashed into a parked car while taking her road test is not liable to her passenger — the inspector grading her performance — as the inspector “was well aware of the inexperience that drivers taking the road test have,” a Queens, N.Y., judge has ruled.

In dismissing the case of Yetemian v. Vega, 28045-03, Supreme Court Justice Valerie Brathwaite Nelson found that Edward Yetemian, a trained driving inspector for the state Department of Motor Vehicles, assumed the risk of injury when he got into the car with Padawattie Vega on Feb. 27, 2002.