Never done one of the newer theory tests on the old ones I would always get 33+ out of 35, passed the one I sat with 34 but only just got through the hazard perception.
Think I'll have a go at this later on.advertisement
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24/08/09, 16:45 PM Location: Essex, England | Posts: 3,209 | #31
24/08/09, 18:42 PM Location: Michigan, US | Posts: 362 | #32
You seem to want this to be personal. It will be my pleasure.
24/08/09, 19:27 PM Location: here, there, who cares? | Posts: 503 | #33
"Stopping distances are made up from thinking distance plus braking distance. For every 10 mph of speed what is your thinking distance?" speed limits and stopping distance test
you guys really have to deal with nonsense questions like this to drive?
i cant even take these test's. i know the driving would be easy, but i would have to learn all these weird crossing's,built up area things, limited and unlimited carriageway stuff. and what is a lollypop lady?
24/08/09, 20:26 PM | Posts: 8,888 | #34
24/08/09, 20:29 PM Location: Lancashire, United Kingdom, Earth. | Posts: 5,671 | #35
24/08/09, 20:38 PM | Posts: 8,888 | #36
Not around my old schools. They have speed mountains. You couldn't go over them faster than 15mph otherwise your car would fall to bits.
24/08/09, 20:38 PM Location: Essex, England | Posts: 3,209 | #37
Random fact. They used to have chalk and if a car didn't stop they would chalk its number plate in the black line in the middle of the circle, this was easier than remembering the reg plate or trying to find pen and paper. Later they would report the offender to the police who would issue a fine.
Don;'t think they do it nowadays tho.
Also the police in bulgaria have mini lollipops to stop cars for checks, I should know I was randomly stopped
25/08/09, 10:29 AM Location: Lower Silesia, Poland | Posts: 3,229 | #38
25/08/09, 11:28 AM Location: England | Posts: 472 | #39
Tried the 2nd test, 44/50, yays.
Now all I need to do is actually drive a damn car.
25/08/09, 15:24 PM Location: Espírito Santo, Brazil | Posts: 3,595 | #40
Hmm, we don't have any lollypop ladies here, the kids normally attempts suicide when crossing so.. they're used to danger.
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