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    (Original post by pinda.college)
    There's no real method however, I just use a certain point when my wing mirrors cuts into the pavement as a guideline.
    I think I'm going to get him to teach me on one full lesson until I get it right. That's the only way I'll learn and it's the only thing I need to learn.


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    I think I'm going to get him to teach me on one full lesson until I get it right. That's the only way I'll learn and it's the only thing I need to learn.


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    Strange that you've mastered everything else, yet you struggle with one of the simplest things.
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    This link is worth reading as it explains reasonably well how to achieve what you want to. I don't necessarily agree with everything that is written but if you follow it you won't go far wrong. (Shame that the author doesn't know the difference between 'curb' and 'kerb'...oh well. :confused:
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    (Original post by Emma-Ashley)
    (Shame that the author doesn't know the difference between 'curb' and 'kerb'...oh well. :confused:
    I think 'curb' is American while 'kerb' is British. I think the article is more or less the same as a British equivalent would be, otherwise (in terms of its content).
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    (Original post by TCGTi)
    Brilliant! Is there any shame in passing second time? I have a feeling that'll be me


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    Nah, two or three times is pretty common.
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    (Original post by Discombobulate)
    Nah, two or three times is pretty common.
    Thanks, I'm always like this
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    (Original post by Dagnabbit)
    I think 'curb' is American while 'kerb' is British. I think the article is more or less the same as a British equivalent would be, otherwise (in terms of its content).
    Thanks for helping me sort out this ****.
 
 
 
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