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    For the third bloody time, it's illegal to front your insurance - you can't justify that by saying 'Oh but it's cheaper'. I bet your car would be cheaper if you obtained it illegally as well.
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    (Original post by touran22)
    Hi. I've bought a Peugeot 206 LX model 5 doors for myself to practise my driving skills with. i bought it around 1 week ago and have been driving it every were.

    So far ive taken 4 lessons with my instructor and he says im ready to take my test. ive booked it for this Friday.

    What i want to know is can i take my car for the test? I know i need to buy a little mirror for the examiner and i already have L plates.

    the car is insured under my dads name, Fully Comprehensive, however it's not insured unde rmy name...yet.

    Can i take this car for my test? will they ask for proof wheather the car is insured under my name aswel?

    Thanks guys.
    Wait... so you've been driving WITHOUT insurance?

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    wait so i can't take my car for the test? its a 51 plate? will they actually ask this?
 
 
 
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