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Posted by Tony B.

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Eastgardens, NSW

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Friday, 27th Apr 2012
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I'm trying to prepare for RTA test. I drove around 7 years in Jakarta & 15 hours in Sydney (all with professional driving schools that brings no result since i failed twice before). I am happy to pay $25/hour for your car, gas & yourself to sit next to me until & including the day of the test. I'm available 9 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday
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Sandra C.
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Hi Sandra. Thanks for your idea about weekend test. I've checked RTA test availability (Botany, Maroubra & even further away Sylvania as I heard this one is "undemanding"...maybe you can give some suggestion abt location for this particular factor :). The earliest will be on 30 June, it's too long from today (on the opposite there are so many weekdays available for test). Maybe your schedule can be a bit flexible, just for the test day (since the practice can be at any time). Thanks
Hi Tony, I have a corolla auto, but can only do 4-5pm weekdays and all day weekends. Why don't you book the test on a Saturday, so then I can come with you. I live in Maroubra and have done my driving test at Maroubra's RTA, so I know the roads around Eastgarden/Maroubra pretty well.
Tony B.poster
Hi Janine. Thanks for your reply. Since the goal is to nail down the RTA test which is pretty stringent, I think automatic is the best option since it's easier for the test purpose (I drove manual for around 7 years long time ago but since i've been here all previous practice done with automatic)
Hi Tony,
If the car is manual, is that ok for u?
Tony B.poster
Hi Matt. Thanks for the reply. I tried station wagon long time ago & i found it's significantly harder to drive than standard automatic sedan (or even hatchback). Since the final goal is to nail down the test, i think i need to go with a sedan (actually the smaller the better :)
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