||[Dec. 2nd, 2003|12:05 pm]
The Question Club
In Bristish Columbia, where I live, we have rules for driving and licensing. When you get your learners, it's called your "L" because you have to put this big, red, magnetic "L" on the back of your car or in the back window. After 6 months, you go to get your N, which is a big green N you put in the back window. You're only allowed to drive with one non-family member at a time, and you have your N for 2 years. If you get any tickets, you start the 2 years over again. Finally, you take another driving test that lasts about an hour and if you pass, you get rid of your N. |
So tell me...do you agree or disagree with this?