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so what happens if you fail that? you can't increase your reaction time
 

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but what about DART? im freaking out i have a test booked for 3.30 on a weekday so its gonna be busy and if i fail it ill have to renew my learners licence and do it again. I bet ill fail by stopping over the white line :rolleyes:
 

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Originally posted by routemarker
but what about DART? im freaking out i have a test booked for 3.30 on a weekday so its gonna be busy and if i fail it ill have to renew my learners licence and do it again. I bet ill fail by stopping over the white line :rolleyes:
Originally posted by iambored
why do you have to book your learners again?
Errr... I don't think that you have to renew your L's licence just cos you fail the test...
 

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I aced my L's test - 18 months ago now- and i have a total of 8 hours - hmm maybe i should drive more!
 

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omg are you serious? i had my 50 hours up within a couple of months.
 

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Originally posted by Dash
Errr... I don't think that you have to renew your L's licence just cos you fail the test...
maybe it's about to expire :confused:
 

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Originally posted by hipsta_jess
omg are you serious? i had my 50 hours up within a couple of months.
yep serious. its just i don't particularly enjoy driving or have a great need to drive many places and i live right in the centre of town. Also I'm an '86 baby and hence all my friends got their licenses a lot earlier than me and they are good for lifts.
 

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Originally posted by routemarker
but what about DART? im freaking out i have a test booked for 3.30 on a weekday so its gonna be busy and if i fail it ill have to renew my learners licence and do it again. I bet ill fail by stopping over the white line :rolleyes:
Watch out for school zones...sometimes they're sneakily hidden behind trees or something. Same with alot of other signs, but school zones are more important cos you might run over a few kids or something.
 

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