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# 257141 17-Sep-2019 14:28
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Anyone care to share which route the test is done and any other tips specific to the Glen Innes location to hopefully pass the test.


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  # 2319211 17-Sep-2019 14:39
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CrashAndBurn: ...any other tips ...

 

😜 Maybe change your username

 

On a more serious note, pay for some lessons from a local driving school (if you haven't already) they should know and take you on the route.





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Ultimate Geek


  # 2319212 17-Sep-2019 14:44
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I did my full at GI. There really is nothing to warn you about - the route I was given was absolutely bog-standard Auckland driving, nothing tricky or unusual at all. Probably 80% of it was on quiet suburban streets, not even the busy main routes.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2319217 17-Sep-2019 14:51
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Don't stress your full - since they made the restricted harder the full is stupidly easy if you've done a hundred hours or so of driving.

Just watch your speed and make sure when you turn you turn at a 90deg angle to ensure your wheels have no chance of going over the centre lane of the road you're turning in to. 




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  # 2319380 17-Sep-2019 19:14
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tehgerbil:

 

Don't stress your full - since they made the restricted harder the full is stupidly easy if you've done a hundred hours or so of driving.

Just watch your speed and make sure when you turn you turn at a 90deg angle to ensure your wheels have no chance of going over the centre lane of the road you're turning in to. 

 

 

Thanks for this.


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