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Erik

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Friday, March 2nd 2018, 9:26am

She probably got the car or bought the car through a friend or family.
But lets face it, there is a lot of unlicensed drivers out there. Or, if they do have a licence (which I doubt) the rule book was thrown out the window as they left the testing station.

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Friday, March 2nd 2018, 10:05am

Yo got that one straight X(
And most of them are in Welkom :minigun:

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Friday, March 2nd 2018, 10:42am

banks give you the finance


I read some other articles now and it seems like banks require you to have a drivers license to finance a vehicle (I think this is silly), but you don't need one to buy a car. So buying cash at the dealer, you don't need a license.
I enjoy arguing about something in a civilized manner :thumbsup: . On the other platforms there are non Toyota drivers and that is where the problem starts, If a guy cant figure out by himself that Toyota is the best vehicle then you wont be able to win an argument with them... :phat:

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Friday, March 2nd 2018, 11:41am

banks give you the finance


I read some other articles now and it seems like banks require you to have a drivers license to finance a vehicle (I think this is silly), but you don't need one to buy a car. So buying cash at the dealer, you don't need a license.
I enjoy arguing about something in a civilized manner :thumbsup: . On the other platforms there are non Toyota drivers and that is where the problem starts, If a guy cant figure out by himself that Toyota is the best vehicle then you wont be able to win an argument with them... :phat:

LOL

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Wednesday, May 23rd 2018, 2:41pm

SO on the 30th of April I went for my licence and failed miserably. Reading about K53 was not enough, and I failed while still in the yard. (My first ever driver or learners failure ;( ) I took two weeks to cool down and then booked 4 lessens with a drivers school. Definitely worth it compared to a book. This morning went for the test, and now I am a qualified EB driver. It was a process but finished now. :thumbsup:

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Wednesday, May 23rd 2018, 3:02pm

Congrats Erik, wise choice in taking the lessons, i think these days if you show up for the test and they know you did not have lessons, you fail "automatically", just can't prove that theory.... :nono:

Well done on passing though!! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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