Yep one of the fail conditions on the test is driving too slowly. The only portion of the Final G test you can speed within reason(10-20 km/h over) is on the highway. I had to take 2 tests to pass my Final G, my issue was over a cross-walk which wasn't activated thus nobody is crossing yet but my examiner forced me to stop down and actually failed me on the spot without telling me and going through the whole test anyways. Your not supposed to stop at a cross walk if its not activated! She quickly ran from the car after I was surprised I failed, so I was very pissed. Very unprofessional because I could not complain to the examiner about how wrong her decision is. Next test, I got a actual examiner...while I saw the one I got last time...fail another person, I passed that one without any problems.It took me two times to pass my final "G" test (level 1: G1 (theory), level 2: G2 (practical), final level: G (practical + highway).
The first time I was driving on a tricky road where it's first 80 km/h, then 60 km/h, then 80 km/h again; I got confused and got penalized for "impeding traffic" because I was going 60 km/h in an 80 km/h zone (I didn't see the sign).
Second time, I passed with flying colours.
Yeah, to 2.65 here.Annoying day auto-wise, the price of gas jumped $0.10/litre overnight.
And then seeing as it was my day off, I cleaned up the car and the garage and went out for a drive just to end up getting stuck behind a military F-150 dawdling along on the most entertaining bit of road.
Great, now I'll have to clear out my search history.http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&um=1&sa=1&q=mellow+yellow+new+beetle+convertible&btnG=Search+images&aq=f&oq=
if you google "mellow yellow new beetle convertible" you get pictures of my car on the first page, and a picture of me in the car on the second