Mexican renter intimidating landlord
They tell us the class is offered twice/month on Saturdays from to . At the conclusion of the class, they gave out a written test.
The classes seem to be pretty full, and the kids get a certificate upon completion which entitles them to be able to submit paperwork for a license. There was an English language version of the test that they give out here in town, which seems much much easier than the Spanish language version (it’s multiple choice).
We took the required class, submitted our documents, drove around the block, had our photos taken, and oilá.
Others pay a “fee” and have it all done for them, but we did it above-boards and it was easy-peasy.
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But, our car, the one on which he’s learned, is automatic.In addition, there was a three hour classroom session during which they studied rules of the road.He seems to have taken to the standard transmission like a charm.When you present your paperwork, they will usually ask you to do a driving test. They just asked us to drive around the block, nothing too challenging.
We’ve been told that they want to be sure you buckle your seat belt and instruct the examiner to buckle his; this didn’t happen for us., which is located just in front of the Aquarium here in Mazatlán.