That's the busiest time, you'd have to book 2-3months in advance, if they're even open then. Any school holiday period is a bad idea.advertisement
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Thread: 24h Lemans
19/06/12, 00:08 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,229 | #111
19/06/12, 00:14 AM Location: Melbourne, Ausland | Posts: 1,492 | #112
Bugger. Well my birthday is in November, so that's around the holiday time. I hope I don't have to wait until the new year I'll call them up this Friday and see about a booking sometime after my birthday
20/06/12, 12:50 PM Location: A treehouse on Mars | Posts: 732 | #113
20/06/12, 12:58 PM Location: Finland | Posts: 3,529 | #114
Made me feel even worse for the guys who had to drive it Still don't like it.
20/06/12, 13:05 PM Location: A treehouse on Mars | Posts: 732 | #115
21/06/12, 04:43 AM Location: 37°48′49″S 144°57′47″E | Posts: 3,007 | #116
Speaking of licences, lololxD and Ryan... 120 hours is so lame. I'm on 75 and my birthday's early next month ) Might have to wait.
TDU2 '11 (we're hoping ^^)
21/06/12, 05:03 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,229 | #117
I only had about 75 when I got mine (wasn't a requirement back then). I can understand the reason though, my confidence did increase a lot with those extra hours afterwards.
(For everyone else's benefit, over here you must hold a Learners permit for 2 years and accrue 120 hours of driving experience (log book) with a licensed adult before you can go for your Probationary license when you turn 18).
21/06/12, 05:04 AM Location: Melbourne, Ausland | Posts: 1,492 | #118
I thought you were like in your early 20's Tom, not 17 lol
And don't worry too much about it. I did practically no driving for nearly the first whole year of having my L's. Just drive every chance you get and you'll make up those 45 hours in no time. Everytime your parents go shopping etc., offer to drive.
Got a car yet? Or what do you hope to get?