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Old 10-22-2008, 03:17 PM   #11
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Money isn't really an issue...but I think it does help that it's a 4 door sedan and not a 2 door coupe. Also, insurance companies may classify it as just a Neon...not sure about that though.

From online quotes, seems like I'm looking at about $250/month for insurance.
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Old 10-22-2008, 03:27 PM   #12
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grats!

my test so easy passed 1st try
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Old 10-22-2008, 03:27 PM   #13
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awesome! I passed mine on Friday the 10th!

Only got 5 points off for making a wide right turn. Congratulations!
that's a nice car!

my car is a 1998 nissan altima
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Congrats on passing, that looks like a cool car!
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Old 10-22-2008, 05:45 PM   #15
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Great job, I don't how people fail it either. I messed up once for something little like not looking both ways going through a parking lot. The written test thing was easy too. But my friend failed that 7 times!
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Old 10-22-2008, 05:46 PM   #16
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oh yay just whats needed another young newly licensed inexperienced driver driving round in a powerful car like that

but aside from my cynicism gratz on passing your test just hope you act responsibly behind the wheel , are you sure you want to be spending that sort of money on your first car cos most people end up damaging their first car in some way anyway
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When I get my license that'll be what I drive. Totally BA.

It depends on how much it'll cost me, because I'm not gonna pay a crap load of money because I happen to be in a high risk age group. Sucks being a good person surrounded by not as good people.

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They didn't even make me parallel park...what a waste of all that time practicing. Oh well. The only thing I got off on is when backing up during my 3 point turn, I looked behind over my right shoulder instead of my left shoulder...

What difference would the should make? personally I think right is easier because then you can see a bit more IMHO (at least in US cars... in the UK I would think left would be easier)
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Old 10-22-2008, 06:08 PM   #18
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Congratz! I passed mine with no only one deduction. Doing 35MPH on a 35MPH zone that was lowered to 30 for construction issues. I drive an 04 Mazda Protege =p
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Money isn't really an issue...but I think it does help that it's a 4 door sedan and not a 2 door coupe. Also, insurance companies may classify it as just a Neon...not sure about that though.

From online quotes, seems like I'm looking at about $250/month for insurance.
Some insurance companies pass the SRT-4 off as a Neon. It's just something you have to check with your insurance company.
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