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Date Registered: 07-2013
TOTAL POSTS: 11
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no xtrail for drive test


Vicroads refused me to take the drive test on my xtrail today unfortunately. The tester said he can not see the speedometer on front passenger seat. What a shame! I wish somebody can learn from my experience.

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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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That's strange but now I know why my wife is not complaining as she used to do when I had the T30 LOL emoticon

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Date Registered: 07-2013
Location: Adelaide
TOTAL POSTS: 56
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Cool story bro !

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Date Registered: 02-2011
Location: Bogotá, Colombia
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If you have a GPS with a speed display (we use a Colorado 300), and it is mounted where the passenger can see it, presumably this would satisfy the examiner.

The story does remind me of driving my grandfather (a s.l.o.w driver) once in a car in which the speedometer was hidden from the passenger while the rev counter (calibrated in 100s of revs) was visible. After the drive he said "that took a lot less time than usual, and you never went over 40 miles a hour"...

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