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#757748 - 15th Jan 2013 2:08pm teaching as teen to drive
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Is there any private land or road on the Wirral that I can teach my son to drive before he starts his proper lessons so he can have a taster of driving a car.

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#757917 - 15th Jan 2013 8:21pm Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: roveramb]
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I got my daughter insured on my car just for a month before her lessons , it cost around £60 but that was a few years ago .

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#758490 - 17th Jan 2013 2:03pm Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: flybynight]
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Thank you I will look into that smile

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#758550 - 17th Jan 2013 4:17pm Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: roveramb]
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won't an asda or tesco car park suffice after 4pm on a sunday so tehre's noone about???

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#758567 - 17th Jan 2013 4:52pm Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: j_demo]
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Originally Posted By: jawide
won't an asda or tesco car park suffice after 4pm on a sunday so tehre's noone about???
With that random spelling I hope you don't order meditation for cradiac patients!

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#758571 - 17th Jan 2013 5:03pm Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: roveramb]
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I seem to recall that even if the place is closed and the car park is empty that the driver still has to have a licence and/or be accompanied and must be insured as a car park is an area that the public have access to, therefore it is a public area, so you need to be covered.

The only exceptions are privately owned land with the land owners permission. Strangely this does include motor racing track days as it is private land.

The car parks, even if owned by the Council or ASDA etc still have an open invitation for public entry, hence the need to comply.

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#758590 - 17th Jan 2013 5:53pm Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: ludwigvan]
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Originally Posted By: ludwigvan
Originally Posted By: jawide
won't an asda or tesco car park suffice after 4pm on a sunday so tehre's noone about???
With that random spelling I hope you don't order meditation for cradiac patients!

Didn't realize it was a spelling test?

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#759349 - 20th Jan 2013 11:11am Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: ludwigvan]
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Originally Posted By: ludwigvan
Originally Posted By: jawide
won't an asda or tesco car park suffice after 4pm on a sunday so tehre's noone about???
With that random spelling I hope you don't order meditation for cradiac patients!

"meditation?" you mean medication (t & c are nowhere near each other on the keyboard!) and "cradiac?" you mean cardiac.

and major apologies to you for my misspelling of a basic word.

i did however punctuate correctly so that must count for something, right?


Edited by jawide (20th Jan 2013 11:15am)

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#759361 - 20th Jan 2013 11:30am Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: roveramb]
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I do love this site when folk mention incorrect spellings and punctuations. Invariably the person making a comment makes a mistake as well.
I think that those who know about correct grammar ought to be grateful and not try to belittle others.

By the way I am pretty sure that TheDr is right in what he says about car parks.West Kirby RAF camp was the great place many moons ago but I don't know of anywhere these days.

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#759372 - 20th Jan 2013 12:12pm Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: Salmon]
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Originally Posted By: Salmon
I do love this site when folk mention incorrect spellings and punctuations. Invariably the person making a comment makes a mistake as well.
I think that those who know about correct grammar ought to be grateful and not try to belittle others.

By the way I am pretty sure that TheDr is right in what he says about car parks.West Kirby RAF camp was the great place many moons ago but I don't know of anywhere these days.
I think you are quite right Salmon, we all make mistakes in our spelling and punctuation,I'm sorry that in my attempt to be humorous it appears that I was trying to belittle Jawhide whose posts are usually spot on.But what I would say is,if you are not sure how to spell a word look it up,it shows a little respect to the people who subsequently read the posts.Sorry if I upset you Jawhide.

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#759383 - 20th Jan 2013 12:40pm Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: roveramb]
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there's no h...

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#759391 - 20th Jan 2013 12:57pm Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: j_demo]
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Originally Posted By: jawide
there's no h...
Well it just goes to show doesn't it?,it's not my fault if you misspell Jawhide. HaHaHa! Sorry,my bad.

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#759401 - 20th Jan 2013 1:19pm Re: teaching as teen to drive [Re: j_demo]
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Originally Posted By: jawide


i did however punctuate correctly so that must count for something, right?


While on the subject, how about using an uppercase letter from time to time?
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