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DGT - new traffic laws

Old Mar 22nd 2022, 9:28 am
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Old Mar 22nd 2022, 9:50 am
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As someone who may well need to take a driving test the part that interests me is 'intercoms used in the test', can anyone tell me are things like google translate allowed?
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As someone who may well need to take a driving test the part that interests me is 'intercoms used in the test', can anyone tell me are things like google translate allowed?
I wouldnt think you can use your phone as a translation device in a test. That would be a bit wierd. As far as I know it might be possible to do the practical in Englishbut it appears to be simply a case of if your examiner speaks good English. I dont think that DGT has a specific requirement to do test in Spanish but equally it says nothing to suggest it can be done in any other languages. So it appears to be a grey area which is decided by the examiner. Personally I dont know anyone who has done practical in English. If you think about it the possibility of mistakes being made are high. Can your examiner issue clear, unambiguous instructions? My experience is that unless the examiner had very very good English it could be open to all kinds of problems.
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