Basically the waiting times for driving tests by me have become ridiculous. The earliest test at my local centre is the end of September and I desperately need to pass my test to get to work every day. So I decided to take a test in Lampeter (proper rural area about 40 miles from me). Apparently it's a very easy centre because there's no traffic lights and only one roundabout.
So to save costs, I'm planning to do it in my dads car, a car that I've been 'learning' to drive in for about over a year now. I'm very comfortable in it (it's a 2 litre turbo diesel so no chance of stalling etc), it's quite a big car for a learner so the manoeuvres are a bit harder than my instructors little Hyundai.
Problem is, the car is from 2001, so i'm not sure it's 'roadworthy' enough for a test. If the examiner asks how I check the ABS.. I don't really want to say it doesn't have it .. (I think it does.. not sure though).
Another thing I noticed, the bonnets quite flat and apparently they can be funny about how your L plates are positioned. To be honest, it just doesn't look like a learner car
So shall I buy an extra rear view mirror and risk it? My test is in 2 weeks!
Doing my driving test in my Rover 45
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