can twins apply to do less hours on their learners?

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  • can twins apply to do less hours on their learners?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 01:14
Training of any kind can't be shared between persons, even if twins. Being like any two individuals, twins have to do it like any other two persons - while one is driving, the other one doesn't collect ANY experience.
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 08:18
Of course not. You each have to do the same hours as anyone else.
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 15:35
If your state/country requires you to have say 50 hours of practice behind the wheel, that means that each of you MUST have 50 hours. Why would you think because you're a twin you only need half of that? Given your theory, that would mean that triplets only need 17 hours of practice and quadruplets only need 12 hours of practice. Does that even sound right that because a person was born in a multiple birth that they don't need to practice nearly as long as others? That doesn't even make sense. Sorry.

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