Do you remember the car you took your road test in?
I don’t have a license. I can’t even get a permit. In about a month I’ll be 16. I should be getting my license and a new car but nope....not happening for me. I am deeply distressed about this. Deeply
1973 Ford E-100 van. Total tank
One of their cars. Pretty sure it was a Toyota Camry
I think it was a 90 something impala if I remember right.
1963 Buick LeSabre convertible, midnight blue with light blue interior, white-wall tires.
Late 1960s Volkswagen Beetle
‘85 Oldsmobile delta 88.
Yep. A ‘53 Pontiac. No problem with the test.
Honda Civic manual. I bumped into the curb parallel parking, which is automatic failure, and the guy asked if that was me having clutch problems. Nice man.
I took drivers ed in high school. We used different cars each day. I really don’t remember any of the vehicles. I only had to take the written test at the BMV.
80’s Ford Tempo..5 speed
1984 Volkswagen diesel rabbit🤦🏻♀️5 speed.
Got 100% on my written and driving test. My pop gave me the keys that night.
Thought I was so cool.
Yes. A Chrysler Córdoba. It was huuuuuuge.
And I could parallel park the thing on top of a dime.
1967 Ford Country Sedan station wagon.
Station wagon? Whooooaaaahhhh!
A 2010 turbo charged, 6 speed manual... mini coop.
1984 Pontiac Sunbird.
2001 Volkswagen Jetta
98 Buick Le Sabre
it was a dodge, but I don't remember exactly which one as I didn't have to take the test. scored high enough in my drivers ed class.
1979 Chevy Suburban.
I used a 2003 chevy suburban
1965 Buick Skylark
What the hell happened?
You took your road test three times? Or SOH got goofy.
I forget the year exactly but it was an early 90s, maybe late 80s, Toyota Corolla. It was my sister's car.
1999 Ford Explorer XLT
1976 Honda Civic CVCC
My dad's 2012 Rav4 at the time.
hey how did the LSATs go?
I was doing really well I think. Until the last section, that was not good at all, to say the least. I could still have done okay overall, but I really don't know that last section really got me. I didn't cancel my score. I'll let it be and I'll just probably take the February one again. It could've been worse, but I dunno also could've been better. The section that tripped me up is usually my best section, but the questions on this test were pretty wack. If I got what I normally got I would've felt super confident overall. Like possibly my reach score confident, without it I dunno. Maybe I'm overestimating how well I did on the other sections, but it's hard to tell.