Getting your drivers license

Getting your drivers license
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  • Making eye contact with cyclists around you vehicle:
  • a. May cause them to loose balance
  • b. Is a good means of comunication
  • Review your answers below...
  • A passing score of 80% is required on the real test. 
  • Your Score: 96%
  • The first thing you need to do to get your learners is practice. The more you practice the better chance you have at passing
  • I'm NEVER doing this again!
  • Okay, I'll slow down.
  • Then, once you're ready you can take the test. Keep in mind that you have to be at least 16 to take the test, and get 80% (40/50) to pass. Once you've completed the eye test you're good to go!
  • Make sure you read over the restrictions to driving; You must have a guardian who's 25 years or older and may have 1 other passenger in the vehicle; you may not drive impaired or use a device, and you can't drive between 12:00 am and 5:00 am.
  • Make sure you get even more practice here than for the practice test. You should be driving at least an hour a week. You need to drive around 60 hours to get your N.
  • Honey you can't drive faster than the car ahead of you!
  • UGHH! It's fine.
  • After 12 months of practice you can take your N test! To pass you must drive around with an instructor who tells you where to go and what to do. Once you have your N you can drive how ever many relatives you want and 1 person who's not related to you.
  • After having your N for 2 years you can go for a a full license test and get a class 5 license. With that you can drive any passenger vehicle.
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