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Fatbastard, Hugh Fatbastard
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Here you're encouraged to use a reputable driving school by way of a reduction in insurance rates upon passing.

It'll still cost yer around $3000 a year to start off (and a graduated license at that).

Good luck.

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Rogin the Armchair fan
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I'd imagine it's pretty hard to replicate the conditions of maneouvring in bumper-to-bumper traffic down a busy high street in an empty car park.

You'd need a lot of traffic cones, or something, and a pretty sophisticated animatronic system to make them move around you and pretend to be other cars, or pedestrians.

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G-Man
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No, first I want them to be comfortable using the clutch, acceleration, brakes, reversing etc. Maybe a bit of parking and simple manouevres to give them confidence using a car. Armed with that I'd let them loose on the public via driving school.
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Exploding Vole, The
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My driving instructor had Tourette's and would either hum loudly or scream at me when I did something wrong.
There's a comedy sketch in there, Inca. Give it some thought.
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A sketch? Have you not been watching Big Brother, then?

Pete teaches Nikki to drive. Oh, there'll be Channel 4 executives wanking themselves raw when they hear about this idea.

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I repeat my earlier post for the benefit of the cuntfaced twat who walked in front of my car today with a crossing island 4 feet away from him.

Quite frankly, the sooner jaywalking is introduced as an offence in this country the sooner I can start improving out the gene pool by mowing these fuckwits down. That's how it works, isn't it?

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