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#1 Thursday 1st August 2013 15:47:55

Evan
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Shortest part 3 in history

I took a pupil to test 8.40 this morning, a guy was there waiting to do his first part 3 test, SE came in usual intro's etc went out with him to the car then they promptly come back into the test centre. He wouldn't take the test out as the front near side tyre was bald. Expensive oversight don't you think?

My pupil passed though  big_smile

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#2 Thursday 1st August 2013 18:09:19

ADI2012
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A very expensive oversight. Look after your vehicle and make sure it's road worthy.

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#3 Thursday 1st August 2013 19:49:07

Evan
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To be honest Steve, when I went in with my pupil this morning, I thought he was there for a taxi test. Dirty trainers, jeans and an oversize long sleeved T shirt.

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#4 Thursday 1st August 2013 20:08:46

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Evan you have described what some would call your average ADI attending the test centre lol

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#5 Thursday 1st August 2013 20:10:15

Evan
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lol yeah I guess so

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#6 Thursday 1st August 2013 21:36:08

Evan
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It's called having standards BS and I see nothing wrong with that.


Regards Evan

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#7 Friday 2nd August 2013 05:51:33

MGM
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Blindspot wrote:

Nor do I care about what other people wear for tuition and I express no opinions on the subject.  But I do object when they let the side down by being dirty and unprofessional in their dealings because that affects all of us.

Agreed. Maybe we need a code of practice saying "... at all times behave in a professional manner ..." wink

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#8 Friday 6th September 2013 10:34:03

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There is a market for all types, decide your market and the universal law of attraction will work towards it


I know where my market lies!!!!!! wink


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