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Old 18-01-2009, 07:26 PM
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My daughter passed her car driving test in 1992, now she wants to sit her motorbike test.

DOES SHE NEED TO PASS A THEORY TEST?

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short answer.


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Old 18-01-2009, 07:57 PM
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short answer.


Yes
Thought so! Thanks.

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any thing the goverment can do to get thier hands on her hard earned john.
as far as i`m concerned if you have a full car licence then this is just another tax.
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Yes

And its not just the theory test - its that bloody hazard perception test which i am sure is more difficult when you've been driving years cos your perception of hazards isnt the same as the people who write the test!

My advice would definitely be get the cd roms to practice - the theory test is ok, but i would have failed the hazard perception without the practice on the cd
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http://www.theorytestadvice.co.uk

http://www.theory-test.co.uk
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My thanks to all of you, the advice was very useful.

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dont know why but you dont the other way round

http://www.theory-tests.co.uk/faq/full_licence_holder/
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