Bu Lai En wrote:I need to go to driving school, because I don't know how to drive :oops:
I realise that I might not learn much in the way of good driving schools, but I've heard they do teach you how to pass the test, and then if I get a car, I can learn my driving the Taiwanese way - on the road.Brian
Bu Lai En wrote:Went to one place today 9000 for manual 11500 for automatic plus 1200 for taking their car to do the test. This is for 30 hours. Anyone know if this is normal? Do you indeed need 30 hours, is this perhaps a regulation, and might other places give you 15 or 20 hour courses?
Bassman wrote:Try to get a copy of the test CD, the English really sucks though, it's better to look at the Chinese if you can read it. The online test is only useful if you happen to be in Taipei.
I have a suggestion. Either before or shortly after passing your test, why not take some 'lessons' with a foreigner friend who passed their test in the West and who spent some time getting driving experience there as well as here in Taiwan?
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