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Unread 08-20-2010, 03:19 PM   #1
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Hey, new member here

I was wondering guys, I'm 17 and After 15 or so lessons am thinking about finally knuckling down and passing my theory and hazard tests...

Do you guys know where I may be able to find some good sites that I would get a nice amount of info...

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Unread 08-21-2010, 09:09 AM   #2
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Theory and hazard tests? I'm not sure what that is.
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Hey, yeah they're like pre-tests before we can take the actual test to get our license >.<

You have to pass both before you can take your actual Driving test over here in the UK

and Thanks for the welcome Always nice to be welcomed, even in a place like this where I don't have a real clue about cars DX LOL Gonna have to learn if I get a cheap hatchback to get good insurance...

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Unread 08-21-2010, 02:48 PM   #4
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lol yeah. We may be mostly Amurricans but engines are engines. We can still help ya fix it.

Theory's pretty easy, by the way. As long as you know what the signs mean you'll do fine. It's common sense.

Hazards we don't have, at least in my state. My theory test was 80% DUI penalties/trivia and 20% "How do you properly enter/exit an interstate?".
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Only part I wished I'd studied more for was the colors/shapes of signs, and even then I only missed a couple. Most of it is common sense...just don't make the questions harder than they really are. lol
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Yea man! Good luck.

If you need car advice, my friend in London has a 2006 Focus TDCI (the 1.6L). He gets like 60MPG and had had ZERO issues with it. They are good cars. (much better than the ruddy American ones *cough*cluffs*cough* )

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