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    Hello.

    Currently I'm taking driving lessons and probably won't pass my test until a few months after starting University.

    My University is about an hours bus ride away from my home. Do you think I could sitll do driving lessons every week or what?
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    (Original post by similarBlank)
    Hello.

    Currently I'm taking driving lessons and probably won't pass my test until a few months after starting University.

    My University is about an hours bus ride away from my home. Do you think I could sitll do driving lessons every week or what?
    Can't see it being a problem
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    Why not just get a new instructor at Uni? Forget messing around going home all the time
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    (Original post by dcthorpe)
    Why not just get a new instructor at Uni? Forget messing around going home all the time
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    An hours bus ride each way is going to be expensive and takes a lot of time (plus a bit of traffic and a delay on the bus and you could miss your lesson).

    Find a local instructor - or take more lessons and take your test earlier before starting uni.
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    (Original post by similarBlank)
    Hello.

    Currently I'm taking driving lessons and probably won't pass my test until a few months after starting University.

    My University is about an hours bus ride away from my home. Do you think I could sitll do driving lessons every week or what?
    Yes of course, I don't see why you wouldn't be able to. Just plan your lessons for when you have a decent amount of free time in a day so you aren't rushing.
    You'll be able to do - might as well carry on and finish it!

    Best of luck
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    I shoud've mentioned I don't want to get another instructor. I've been with this one for over a year, he's been my only driving instructor, and I'd really rather not get another one.

    Shouldn't be too expensive, hopefully, I get free bus travel at the moment and am looking to see if there's a way to continue that.
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    (Original post by similarBlank)
    Hello.

    Currently I'm taking driving lessons and probably won't pass my test until a few months after starting University.

    My University is about an hours bus ride away from my home. Do you think I could sitll do driving lessons every week or what?
    (Original post by similarBlank)
    I shoud've mentioned I don't want to get another instructor. I've been with this one for over a year, he's been my only driving instructor, and I'd really rather not get another one.

    Shouldn't be too expensive, hopefully, I get free bus travel at the moment and am looking to see if there's a way to continue that.
    Then yes just go for it. But do try to pass as soon as possible
 
 
 
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