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Learning to Drive Forum Charter
Below are the posting rules for the Learning to Drive forum. It will be presumed that anyone posting in the forum has read and agreed to them. These rules will change, so review them frequently!
* Before you start a new thread in the forum, read the FAQ and research your question. Many questions about theory tests, learner permits, driving tests, Rules of the Road, etc., have been asked and answered many times before.
* Keep replies on-topic.
* Do not POST IN ALL CAPS or write in txt spk. Show some respect for those who are reading your posts!
* Do not resurrect old threads without good reason.
* If you make a controversial or questionable statement, provide evidence to back up what you are saying.
* Personal attacks, name-calling, abusive or offensive language, trolling, and flame wars are not tolerated in this forum. If you disagree with another poster, express your point of view in a civil, constructive manner.
* If someone insults or abuses you, do not retaliate in kind. Report the post(s), and let the forum moderators deal with the problem. "S/he started it!" does not justify uncivil or disruptive behaviour. You will be held responsible for what you post.
* Do not make degrading comments about posters who have failed a test.
* Do not refer to driving testers or members of the Gardaí in an offensive or abusive manner.
* Do not make disparaging comments about drivers who have held successive provisional licences and/or learner permits. If you have a problem with the issuing of multiple provisional licences and/or learner permits, attack the system instead.
* Do not make sneering comments about drivers who obtained their full licences before 1964 or who availed of the 1979 amnesty. You are free to constructively criticise the system that allowed this, but not to disparage the drivers who availed of it.
* Do not make disparaging or defamatory comments about identified or identifiable driving instructors or schools.
* When recommending a driving school/instructor to another poster, use the PM function
. Do not post instructors' names, phone numbers, URLs, or other contact details on-thread.
Driving instructors are not permitted to advertise their own services by sending PMs. Abuse of the system will result in a ban.
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. If you advertise here, your ad will be removed, and you will be banned.
* Anyone who abuses this forum by spamming or shilling will receive a permanent site-wide ban.
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