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lolly4484
Posts 105


19/02/2012 16:48:20
Hi ladies, im in a bit of a panic as i am scheduled to do my road test in nad al hammar belhasa branch. All my lessons were done in jebel ali branch.. Has anyone any experience they could share with me regarding the nad al hammar area.. I have tried to book a lesson before the test but is not possible, typical! Also would be great to hear from anyone who has recently done their test in dubai as this will be my 1st attempt

TIA





aline_jlt
Posts 918


19/02/2012 17:14:04
i done mine 4 yrs before , well all i can say relax and dont stress , trust urself and good luck





lolly4484
Posts 105


20/02/2012 08:19:18
thanks aline. trying to remain calm and positive but quite difficult when i hear so many horror stories





aline_jlt
Posts 918


20/02/2012 12:24:53
forget about storys and else just relax , focus on road , take it easy all the best





pollydxb
Posts 1424


20/02/2012 13:42:39
Does anybody know if you pass your test in Dubai that you can legally drive in Qatar?





aline_jlt
Posts 918


20/02/2012 14:49:55
pollydxb wrote:
Does anybody know if you pass your test in Dubai that you can legally drive in Qatar?


as i know u can use it in all GCC country .





Cornish Pixie
Cornish Pixie
Posts 6043


21/02/2012 12:22:58
aline_jlt wrote:
pollydxb wrote:
Does anybody know if you pass your test in Dubai that you can legally drive in Qatar?


as i know u can use it in all GCC country .


Not necessarily correct I am afraid to say. I recently had to check for a colleague who has an Indian pasport but has a Kuwaiti licence and he will have to take another test here.





tkoshy
Posts 1061


21/02/2012 12:43:20
Cornish Pixie wrote:
aline_jlt wrote:
pollydxb wrote:
Does anybody know if you pass your test in Dubai that you can legally drive in Qatar?


as i know u can use it in all GCC country .


Not necessarily correct I am afraid to say. I recently had to check for a colleague who has an Indian pasport but has a Kuwaiti licence and he will have to take another test here.


True, but if you have a Dubai registered license, you can use that to drive and get a Kuwaiti driving license without going through a test there.





lolly4484
Posts 105


26/02/2012 10:46:02
my road test was this morning and I'm pleased to report that i PASSED!!!





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