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By unlicensed / Wednesday 1 August 2012 16:20 / United States - Charlotte
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  Roevera  |  14

Happened to me, except it was because I didn't come to a complete stop turning right at a red light. Oh well, I tried again and because I knew what I needed to work on I only made one mistake the second time.

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

Well yeah, but it's not like she ignored it, just missed it. There are people who drive aggressively and stupidly knowing full well of rules but disregard them for the sake of trying to save a minute in travel time and they are the ones who scare me. They are usually the ones getting in crashes and taking weeks longer than planned to get to the destination in an attempt to save 5 minutes.

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

Ummm you see, about 98% of the people who take the test don't have those hours. In NY state you need 50 hours too. I had less than 50 but had taken drivers Ed and driven a good amount and maybe had around 30 hours or so, still passed on my first try by a large margin, but most kids dont get a pass on their first try because of their lack of experience, and 50 hours is really hardly ever completed anywhere I'm sure.

By  twinkledinosaur  |  0

That's harsh, and unfair but there's always next time?

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  Myo_fml  |  20

Not unfair, if OP were to pull out onto a one way street on a busy road way it could mean an accident maybe even someone badly injured or killed.

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Not unfair- you have to be observant when driving, I would hate to have someone like you on the road. If you failed to notice something that important, how can I trust you to be a safe driver with others in the car as well as children on the road. The younger ones sometimes don't look before crossing. Could mean a very big mistake on your part that could change yours and someone else's live forever.

By  baconstrips  |  12

Well obviously you weren't ready.

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  woainishamu  |  21

Because whether or not you pass, the instructor will take you for the full 15 minute duration of the test. After that, they will go over the results and then tell you if you passed or not.

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  IceCreamMage  |  17

My brother was failed similarly because he missed a stop sign that was hidden behind a tree, quite literally. You couldn't see it until you had gone past it. In addition to him failing, within a week, the council came and cut the tree branch off too. What a coincidence.

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  Migole  |  36

That what I wondered as well... I failed my first driving test literally 2 minutes after it started because of some woman who was too stupid too take a look at the street before backing out of her driveway and the instructor just let me drive around the block and told me I had failed.

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  Hockeyboy4280  |  18

Every one noticed *could have* but no one noticed that he spelled instructor wrong... Driving testers are not suppose to say anything to help. What if OP was driving alone? no one would have been able to point out the one way sign...

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