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Offline D tech

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As a rule, after holding Ls for 12 months, logged 120 hours at the wheel (including 20 hours of night driving) and turned 17, learnerís driver ready to go for P1 licence. Process need to pass the Driving Test in order to get P plates. The log book and the Guide to the Driving Test will tell everything what learnerís driver need to know about the test and how to prepare for it? Here is a useful reference to Getting your P1 licence.

http://www.dtechdrivertraining.com.au/latest-news/how-to-prepare-passing-driving-test-at-first-attempt



Offline diabloinoz

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oh dear ... really!!  You're spamming an exotic driving forum ... wow!



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