March 30, 2006 at 1:24 am | Posted in All, Australia, Life et al | 2 Comments

I have been driving (on an L-plate) for almost a year now. I feel I am already confident of my driving skills so I decided to go for my licence.I had the actual driving test yesterday at 3:30 pm which according to my driving instructor was not a very good time because it is still schoolhours.

Before the actual test, we practiced driving around Oakleigh where the test would take place. My instructor was praising me for not making any mistakes and said I should easily pass the test.

Now comes the test. I didn’t feel nervous at all. When we got to Bald Hill Park, the testing officer instructed me to turn right at the end of the street. The road was a 50 kph zone and we were like 500 metres away from where I have to do the turn . Just before we reached the end of the street, the testing officer told my instructor to turn the buzzer off and pull-over. When we stopped, my instructor said “You failed already”. I was shocked, I said “What?” The testing officer asked me what was the speed limit and I answered it correctly, 50 kph. “Then why are you driving at 55 kph?” she said. Haaaa? It was only then that I realised my mistake.

Overspeedng is an outright failure in driving test. I must have been concentrating too much on the road ahead and maybe I was just too eager to get to the end of the street that I didn’t notice my speed was over the limit.

Ah well, there’s always a next time.


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  1. ay naku, hindi. ninakaw ko lang yan 😛

  2. This is what makes marking papers worth while. We need more like this. Otherwise us teachers would never laugh.

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