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probably the reason you failed twice.......i got 100% first time........you gotta be really nice to the instructor

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amen to that. I got my L's on the first go, reds and greens.. It's not that hard, there's even a fucking practise test online. YDI for driving.

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it's a learner's licence in australia. i failed my l's first time, but i hadn't read the book and came up against a question that hadn't come up in the practice tests. failing your l's has nothing to do with driving ability though. you obviously should not have been going that fast on your first day of driving.

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@98 The test for your Learners permit is so that you know the rules of the road. It makes a lot of sense to have to take that test!

probably the reason you failed twice.......i got 100% first time........you gotta be really nice to the instructor

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god damn, nobody can take a joke anymore... oh wait, women are nobody, so it works pefectly!!!!

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ah frick. i meant 92.. but I'm sure you get the gist. women jokes don't bother me because i've come to realize that the only men who use them are very very single and very very lonely.

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Nope, I am currently in a workplace of at least 16 married/partnered men who all use jokes against women, even my girlfriend says them when it comes to women's driving.

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It's just a test on the computer in Victoria, so you don't have an instructor. It's pretty much just common knowledge.

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All you have to do is answer some questions, it's realy easy. I'm suprised someone failed it twice.

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To everyone going "well this is why you failed twice" or "how did you even get it": it was his/her LEARNERS permit. This means he/she took a THEORY test, NOT a practical one. It means he/she knows road rules, not how to operate a car!! I wouldn't say YDI, I'd say YFDI - Your Father Deserves It. What was he doing taking a first-time driver on a regular road?? Next time get him to take you to an empty parking lot or perhaps a new part of town- we have areas where there's const

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@70My dad took me on the road for my first time driving. I drove to our local ski mountain and the village. I was fine. It's not the dads fault it's the driver. Op should have enough common sense to operate a car and find the break.

Perhaps you should think about getting a motorbike. At least you will hurt yourself more than anyone else when you crash. Either that or pay attention to the road instead of trying to open that beer on the dashboard.

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an L's (learners) test is the first license test in Australia, which if successful, allows you to start practicing driving with someone else in the car.

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It is an Aussie thing. Long version: Ls = Learner's Permit, age 16 (you have to drive with a fully licensed driver supervising you, can't do more than 80kph unless with a qualified driving instructor, have to display a "L plate" - a black L on a yellow square usually - front and rear). You're not allowed to put a car into motion on a public road without one of these. P1s and P2s = Provisional License, age 16 and a half (you can drive on your own, but there are still restrictions and y

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In Victoria (where the OP is from) there are no speed restrictions placed on Learners (aside from the actual limit on the road sign) obviously. Which is awesome because people on Victorian L plates can overtake P platers from NSW. Win.

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ngaw to all the non aussies who don't get this i read this and straight away i knew it would be all comments filled with fellow australians :) and how can you fail your L's twice ??? rta.com.au - theres a practice test which is EXACTLY the same as what you do at the RTA btw nsw rta is a bitch i had to do 120 hours - 100 day and 20 night and now i hear theyre changing it back to 50 FML

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is it even possible to fail your L's twice? all you have to do is read the book. luckily there's no driving involved because it obviously then would have taken the OP a lot more than 2 times to pass. btw, there's no L plater speed restrictions in vic, and you have to be 18 to get your red P's, then green after a year, for three years. i blame the dad though, clearly this kid should not be on the road.

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I failed twice... but only because I didn't read the book. lol My parents were forcing me to take the test, but I wasn't interested in driving at the time. However, when they offered to pay for an instructor and give me one of the cars from my dads used car lot, I read the book and got 100%. lol

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I failed the first time. I had non-English speakers taking the test on either side of me, both had translators, so the distraction level was massive! Not to mention I was squished into a space with 5 people that was only designed for 3 people :(

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How about you UTFG. Wait, obviously you're incapable of doing so, so you won't know what 'UTFG' means anyway...

YOU LITTER PUNK, I WANT YOU TO GET OVER HERE AND FIX MY FENCE! LITTLE WHIPPER SNAPPERS THESE DAYS! lol but really thank god you live on the other side of the planet. Poor old lady....

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