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Ukraine klnv 
Is it hard to pass driving test ?
2021-07-08 02:01
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not really unless you get unlucky
2021-07-08 02:02
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+1
2021-07-08 02:03
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India _Jazz_
lmao. Here, people rarely give driving tests 💵
2021-07-08 07:49
many dumb instructors , u getting a licenses or not depends on a dumb person saying yes or no lol
2021-07-08 02:03
No I passed on first try
2021-07-08 02:04
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Ukraine klnv
I guess you just need to study
2021-07-08 02:04
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not really, all you need to do is drive on a regular basis
2021-07-08 02:06
not if you're a chad who can easily seduce the hot wahmen
2021-07-08 02:04
whats the point in driving license if u only need it when u get stopped by police
2021-07-08 02:04
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so you don't go to jail when you get stopped by police
2021-07-08 02:11
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wat doink?
2021-07-08 03:11
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what is confusing about my response
2021-07-08 03:21
depends on what instructor you get for your final drive i guess
2021-07-08 02:04
In Lithuania it took about 3 tries ~, because u know, its business end of the day.
2021-07-08 02:04
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Ukraine klnv
Damn
2021-07-08 02:06
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i mean if u lucky, u can do it at first try. In some point its like lottery.
2021-07-08 02:09
Depends from culture driving in you country, also from your instructor
2021-07-08 02:05
Just pay attention to the road and check your mirrors and you will be fine. Of course you can get unlucky with your instructor but you have it in your own hands so to speak
2021-07-08 02:07
depends i failed my first one twice
2021-07-08 02:08
Depends on where you take it
2021-07-08 02:09
Check mirrors, blind spots, drive slow enough so you can make proper observations, pay special attention to pedestrians and bikers and its ez
2021-07-08 02:10
It's quite easy, but try taking the test outside of the city (assuming you live in one). Makes it much easier.
2021-07-08 02:12
#20
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Poland xMBTx
in GTA SAN ANDREAS ez
2021-07-08 02:13
#21
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Latvia heywire
No driving is easy, easier to learn than cycling.
2021-07-08 02:15
ask olivia rodrigo
2021-07-08 02:15
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sv_cringe 1
2021-07-08 02:16
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XD
2021-07-08 02:19
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2021-07-08 03:13
No, I passed on 4th try 8)
2021-07-08 02:16
I was pretty good when learning to drive and passed first try, but that wasn't because of lessons I got insured as a learner on my mum's car and for at least 6 months, wherever we went, I would drive. I got proper real world practice. Theory test only needed a few days of practice because it's 75% common sense and I passed my practical with 1 minor (the guy said he was nitpicking so I fucking hate him for not giving me the perfect pass) I only had 6 lessons with an actual instructor to double check if I was doing anything wrong leading up to the test, which I wasn't. Haven't driven since then (almost two years) because when I passed insurance skyrocketed but I bought my own car last weekend and will be driving it any day now so poggers I guess Point is, do what I did if you can and you will be very comfortable when it comes to your test
2021-07-08 02:17
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Ukraine klnv
How old were you when you started on your mums car
2021-07-08 02:19
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2021-07-08 03:01
I recently got insured on my mums car, haven't started on it yet because I'm not comfortable with controls yet so I'm doing a few lessons before hand. What advice do you have when driving with parents?
2021-07-08 02:22
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If by controls you mean the clutch and gear changes, I got comfortable with that in car parks, was doing that before I turned 17. Most of the time you can only really go up to 2nd gear at most but it's a start. Do lots of starting and stopping to get a feel for the biting point. That's really the one fundamental skill you're gonna need, if you're fine with that you won't have any issues. When it comes to moving onto the road, just don't be afraid is all I can say, but still be careful. Stick with quiet-ish roads below 30 and work your way up. Listen to your parents with regards to how to drive, eg. right of way, which lane to take etc. Another bit of advice - unless you have the money to get insured on a car and/or buy your own, don't feel the need to take your test quickly. Like I said, I haven't driven an inch on road since I passed my test almost 2 years ago because insurance became too expensive. I could've taken my test a lot later and had more time on the road. If I could go back I would've stayed as a learner for as long as financially possible. But hey, at least my wait will be over in a week.
2021-07-08 03:18
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alright cheers mate appreciate it
2021-07-08 03:20
no its 70% skill 30% luck imo
2021-07-08 02:20
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Turkey onuRRRR
that was easy for me . but i still can't driver properly :D
2021-07-08 03:06
If Olivia Rodrigo can do it, I'm sure you'll be fine ))))
2021-07-08 03:11
passed on the first try in US. Depends which country you in and if you have a good examiner
2021-07-08 03:21
in my test I walked for about 2 min in the car, I practically turned 3 streets LUL
2021-07-08 03:22
as a color blind person yes
2021-07-08 03:23
I'm a shitty driver and passed, so its ez
2021-07-08 03:24
It took me 4 tries. Its not that easy around here, the instructors are police officers, who are often very picky. Just be prepared and relax, you will be fine, xD.
2021-07-08 03:43
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