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  1. #16
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    yeah, it takes awhile. I remember practicing that stuff for awhile before i got it right. also, every car is different so it just takes time to learn your own car. But, before no time youll be doing reverse 180's at high speed on old country roads

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    Quote Originally Posted by krupted
    youll be doing reverse 180's at high speed on old country roads
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    man i just wanna know the uphill and downhill parking rules. i lost my book...

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    A lot of it is about composure. If you go into the test calm, you will look confident and ready to drive on your own.
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  5. #20
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    ya, thats kind of what scot told me lol. he said to just relax and dont give bass something to yell about(thats her last name,she kind of looks like a bass too )

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    Low blood alcohol level is a good thing. Hitting stuff while taking the test is bad.

    I've known guys that have ignored those two. One guy showed up for his test (at 16 years old) after having a beer. Another hit a guy on a bike during the test. Need I mention that they both failed instantly.

    It's been about 10 years since I took my test (in California), but I'd say just make sure you practice a lot, so it's natural to you, not forced. Other than that, it's not difficult. Use your signals, stay between the lines (unless instructed otherwise), and be aware of the cars around you. If an emergency vehicle comes up with it's lights flashing, get out of the way - preferably to the right side of the road. If you don't, I'm pretty sure it's an instant fail in some states.
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