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Old 07-09-2003, 00:21   #1 (permalink)
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gidday,

im on my learners, anyone know if the supervisior has to be on theyre opens? or can they be on theyre provisionals?

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Old 07-09-2003, 00:23   #2 (permalink)
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I know in Victoria they have to have a full licence.
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NSW they have to be on their full licence too.
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Old 07-09-2003, 01:03   #4 (permalink)
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That would be the blind leading the blind wouldn't it?
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I think if you are on learners and dont know the answer to that question, then did you guess the test, get told the answers, or figure you know it all.

I read the book to do my test, and the answer will be in there, if it is not then QLD Transport has alot to answer for.

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^^^you dont get every guestion when doin your test only a selection.
but im pretty sure you'l need sumone with there full liscense, in all states
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open licence and held it for a year in QLD the law was only changed last june officialy. mind u up untill 6 months ago driving on ur l's only ment a $30 fine no points hehe now its $180 and suspention of L's for 3 months:(
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btw over dose where in brissy u from mate???
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Big Pete regardless if you donít get every question from the book in your test, I now wonder why so many L platers and P platers really donít know the rules. They donít read the whole book and just do the quick test questions and rush it, they then somehow get there learners miraculously and then have no clue on what there doing on the open road. Their parents also donít know all of the rules and teach their kids more bad habits than good.
BTW Iím not having a go at anybody, just speaking what mostly the truth I was there too once. Itís just far too easy to get on the road these days. The tests are just a joke. My forklift test was 200% harder to get than my licence and its not even driven on the open road.
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Old 07-09-2003, 17:45   #10 (permalink)
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haha some of you are boob cats

$180 and suspension, jesus i thought i was still just $30bucks
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