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    How Long Does Driving School Take?

    Hi there, I was just curious how long does a driving school take to pass the Driving Test (TP)?
    Can share your experience and how many points you passed with like this https://drivingpress.com/how-long-do...g-school-take/ . Also can give tips to people who are planning to or going to take it soon.
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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    Guess this is for the USA, right ?

    Sharing France : you first need to take "Code de la route" which is a series of "hundreds" of questions about road regulations mainly. Then, you need to be trained on driving with a minimum of 20 hours drive, not enough though, 10 hours more is standard. Then you pass a driving exam and must take it to hold the "sesame" (driving license) - then you're an apprentice for 2 years.
    Cost is around 1500/200 USD.

    Does not help you I wonder
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    I searched “Driving Test (TP)” and found info for Singapore. The term does not apply in the US to the best of my knowledge. Moving this here.
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