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Offline Leonard


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HI ! you don't worry about  this   if you want to teach drive your daughter so you can you just contact your near driving school they can teach your daughter if your daughter  learn drive after18 year so its better for all us.
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Offline RS


  • Joined: Feb 2008

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  • Location: Sydney
 :confused:

goodbye :thumbsdown:
Convict by heritage, Guilty by Choice



Offline Gooch


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In Victoria we have the Kyneton Car Club I believe they have a program for 14 year olds and above to drive.

No web page just contact details google them.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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  • Joined: Jan 2007

  • Drives: its obsession
  • Location: under its skin
I had a very proud moment on the weekend.

My 6 year old son got to steer a VERY famous very valuable race car,  driven by possibly the greatest EVER drivers, as we pushed him to the truck in it.

 :worship:
:goodvibes:
 :drive:



Offline beankeen456


  • Joined: Dec 2009

  • Location: Melbourne
I had a very proud moment on the weekend.

My 6 year old son got to steer a VERY famous very valuable race car,  driven by possibly the greatest EVER drivers, as we pushed him to the truck in it.

 :worship:
:goodvibes:
 :drive:
what is it?



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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  • Joined: Jan 2007

  • Drives: its obsession
  • Location: under its skin



Offline XTREMEIND


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I learned to drive in a shopping centre carpark (they were probably a bit quieter back then) and actually got pulled over whilst doing it, I was in the car by myself trying to reverse park it whilst dad was standing nearby watching, when the police saw me they actually thought I may of stolen the car. They had a chat with dad and told me to carry on learning, I was age 15. Don't know if they would have a different outlook these days.



Offline Olle


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Haha nice xtremeind. Bit like mr. Plod pulling me over fr looking too young to be driving the car that I was.  I don't know how i'm going to  teach my spawn to drive but sure as he'll won't be like the Asian family I saw teaching their daughter to drive in an NSX. that made me double take... :scared:



Offline XTREMEIND


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LOL NSX.... I had a HD Holden to learn in.



Offline PA

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  • Joined: Jan 2008

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My daughters used to drive on the property all the time from around 10 years old. When I was going through Bathurst with the younger daughter when she was 15.95 I let her drive a lap of the track with the L plates on.



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