Buy ten, get 1 free?
It's my right to pass the test.
FAIL! You need lessons.
She needed a driving test. She showed up late for her appointment. She didn't have cash, but her mother came in to pay for the test. She couldn't find her red folder. The red folder had the important documents she needs to get her license. We checked our desks and we didn't have her folder. She checked her car, of course, it was there.
She got out on the road. She felt pretty comfortable. Passing the test was inevitable. She had done this before and it was not a problem. Sloppy hand position, sloppy lane changes, sloppy lane and speed management; surely this would not be a problem, after-all, she wasn't doing anything dangerous. Really.
The test is over. The tester begins counting her points (there are two ways to fail a test, automatic failures and point accumulation. It takes an obscene amount of points to fail by point accumulation). Her score was obscene +1. She failed. She wanted to see a manager.
In her defense, she states, "I have taken driving tests 10 TIMES and I have never failed before. What makes you think I should fail now?"
It is a good thing I was on the phone with a student or I might have replied, "You have taken driving tests 10 times before? What makes you think you deserve to drive?"
Apparently she thought that having taken 10 tests prior, she deserved a free pass.
(Note: She was 34 years old. If she took her first driving test at age 16, then over the past 18 years she has averaged 1 test every 2 years.)