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whats the difference between a Police car and a BSM instruction car

pierre_pierre
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whats the difference between a Police car and a BSM instruction car

the old saying used to be that the BSM car had it on the roof the Police inside, now BSM have both

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/oxfordshire/8618414.stm
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Re: whats the difference between a Police car and a BSM instruction car

So what manouvre do you think the "client" was trying to achieve?
Hand-brake turn?    Undecided
Emergency Stop?    Undecided 
Three point turn?    Undecided
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Re: whats the difference between a Police car and a BSM instruction car

Three point turn (the three points being wheels, side, roof).
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Re: whats the difference between a Police car and a BSM instruction car

think when the clip board hit the dashboard the learner thought they was meaning clip somthing am board
WildRose52
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Re: whats the difference between a Police car and a BSM instruction car


Could have been worse, she could have done it during a driving test  Grin
I bet her instructor isnt feeling too confident. 
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Re: whats the difference between a Police car and a BSM instruction car

Quote from: shutter
So what manouvre do you think the "client" was trying to achieve?
Hand-brake turn?    Undecided
Emergency Stop?    Undecided   
Three point turn?    Undecided


All three at the same time.

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