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@Unknown - Feb 26

muito bom

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@Unknown - Jan 05

wow is hard

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@Unknown - Oct 04

they need tp add more.

@Unknown - Sep 21

Indeed this is helpful for beginners. but the test in reality much much harder. Btw 10 dollars for 2 days is crazy.

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@Unknown - Jul 04

Seems to be more a test of road sign knowledge and instrument panel recognition than practical driving skills i.e. vehicle checks, road marking, safe speed, overtaking, braking distance, consideration for other road users etc. Otherwise quite good.

@Unknown - Mar 06

Turn signals on roundabouts? It appears that indicating right to leave a roundabout is optional in Belgium and hardly anyone indicates left to show they are continuing round the roundabout. Hence there is confusion and this adds to driver mental overload. Use Turn Signals more, please.

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@Unknown - Aug 16

bohat vadiya

@Unknown - Jul 01

Two of the questions that were marked incorrect, were actually correct. Need to check your software logic.

@Unknown - Apr 18

Please indicate if we passed or not

@Unknown - Apr 14

47/50 not bad

@Unknown - Nov 02

The Turkish tests are very incomplete. If you pass here, it doesn't mean you will pass at the actual exam. This test is missing all the First-Aid related questions. This test is missing many other questions related to right of way diagrams. A diagram is shown and you have to state who has right of way. This test is missing questions such as "safe distance to maintain while driving at 100km/h" This test is missing questions such as how far you should stop before traffic signs. The best thing to do is to read the Turkish Driving Manual (available in English). It is translated badly, but it does get the job done.

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@Unknown - Oct 21

It is very helpful and i want to learn more .Thanks

@Unknown - Sep 15

Nice i got 9 correct..

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@Unknown - Jul 08

Q24. What happens to the rpm of the engine when you shift a gear down? this answer you gave of RPM increase is wrong, you worded the question " when you shift a gear down" you have to take your foot off the accelerator, then engage the clutch to shift down, during this shift time the RPM decreases, your question should not state shift it should say when you engage a lower gear, only when the lower gear is selected will the RPM of the engine increase.

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@Unknown - Jun 17

Very good explaination

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@Unknown - Apr 16

Very helpful.is it for spain dgt

@Unknown - Apr 08

Thank u

@Unknown - Jan 25