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Old 26th May 2004
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I have a big test tomarrow,more suspic the written test I must pass in order to get my licence.Any one have any tips that might help?that kind of stuff?I have read the manual but I still feel doubts.
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Old 26th May 2004
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I thought you had your lisence?
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learners permit
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Don't hit other cars, and keep it between the lines!

(Seriously though)

Study the book, try to keep a clear head while you take the written and go with your gut feeling if you are concerned about a question. If you read the manual you shouldn't have any problems, at least here in Vermont the written questions were pretty easy, almost of a general nature. Good Luck! 8)
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"Big test tomarrow"

Hopefully they won't be giving you a spelling test! :wink:



Just kidding GearHead ... good luck! 8)
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Saabscott, I was about to say the exact same thing ops:
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Shoulder check everything over and over again. Use your mirrors a lot. They like to see the defensive driving.
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exactly.....the mirrors, and make sure you keep looking in your blind spots &lt;-----important
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I'm confused.. are you taking the driving test or the written test?
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Usually it's both.
GL!
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Wouldnt he get the learners permit if he passes the written first?
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back 2 years ago or whatever it was when i first got my permit, i had to take the writing first...whatever

just do what seems right and safe and you will get almost all the writing right. for the driving dont exceed the speed limit at all costs, lay off hard accelerations, and check the blind spots constantly vector-ss said. good luck

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Quote:
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I thought you had your lisence?
If that was on purpose, LMAO!!
Hahaha...
Sorry Gearhead ops:
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I had a computerized one for the learner's permit, pretty self-explanatory, 64 questions not one mistake 8)
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took the written test today(the offical one that you get at DMV) missed 5 but still passed.Im taking the driving test sometime after is infernal rain clears up.But I probally will use my mothers minivan I'll try not to be spotted.I would take my car but some of the things I do with a manual are not appriate....bad for tires,gearboxes,etc

Hint* uber jackrabbit starts with strips of rubber being layed down.
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Toss the beer can before you get into the car with the instructor.
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also must toss bong JK
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also must toss bong JK
No! Those are too expensive. Just leave the ol' girl at home.
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what about the bag?
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what about the bag?
That all depends on whats in it. On second thoughs leave that at home as well, the bong might get lonely. Just make sure your dog doesn't find it, mine did once .
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