Driving Theory Test - 20 years old today

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Strangely Brown
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Re: Driving Theory Test - 20 years old today

Postby Strangely Brown » Mon Jul 04, 2016 5:33 pm

Silk wrote:
Strangely Brown wrote:Actually, the vast majority of drivers don't have a clue what double solid white lines down the centre of the road mean.

This thread was shocking, if perhaps not surprising.


That forum is full of morons, and best avoided.


That's true but, IIRC, the outcome wasn't much better when I posted the same question on ADUK.

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Re: Driving Theory Test - 20 years old today

Postby Horse » Mon Jul 04, 2016 5:37 pm

Silk wrote:
Horse wrote:
Silk wrote:
Horse wrote:Some years ago, in the IAM magazine ...


IMO, the question should have been ignored and the writer's membership revoked.


Now I've outed myself as having been an IAM member.


Did they revoke your membership?


:lol: Simply down to finance.
My own views. For better or worse :)

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Re: Driving Theory Test - 20 years old today

Postby Silk » Mon Jul 04, 2016 5:45 pm

Horse wrote:
Silk wrote:
Horse wrote:
Silk wrote:
IMO, the question should have been ignored and the writer's membership revoked.


Now I've outed myself as having been an IAM member.


Did they revoke your membership?


:lol: Simply down to finance.


They let the question go then?

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Re: Driving Theory Test - 20 years old today

Postby Horse » Mon Jul 04, 2016 6:35 pm

Silk wrote:
Horse wrote:
Silk wrote:
Horse wrote:
Now I've outed myself as having been an IAM member.


Did they revoke your membership?


:lol: Simply down to finance.


They let the question go then?


Don't know, I gave up being a member :)
My own views. For better or worse :)

Silk
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Re: Driving Theory Test - 20 years old today

Postby Silk » Mon Jul 04, 2016 7:08 pm

Horse wrote:
Silk wrote:
Horse wrote:
Silk wrote:
Did they revoke your membership?


:lol: Simply down to finance.


They let the question go then?


Don't know, I gave up being a member :)


Probably for the best.


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