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Who gave the first people ever to own a car their driving test?

Parents like to go for drives in my late Grandad's A30.

Asked By: The Mole - 6/3/2007
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1903 - Driving Licences are introduced; they originally cost five shillings (25p) and were renewable every three months from the post office... More
Answered By: Twisted_Ace - 6/3/2007
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there were no driving tests when the car was invented
Answered By: BIG IAN - 6/3/2007
 
No one.
Answered By: laugh_cartman5 - 6/3/2007
 
No one. Also children rode in the front seat with no car seats. There were no seat belts. Of course the A 30 couldnt go as fast on a freeway as cars today but there certainly werent as many government regulations in all areas of life as there are today.
Answered By: barthebear - 6/3/2007
 
Cars were around from the start of the 20th century but driving tests were not introduced until sometime in the 1930's.I know my dad had a motor bike combination in 1928 and held a full driving licence without ever having a driving test He disposed of the bike sometime in the 30's but retained his licence.I am not sure... More
Answered By: dels replies - 6/3/2007
 
Don't know who gave 1st. driving test, but I believe Missouri issued the first driver's license.
Answered By: Billy TK - 6/3/2007
 
Some years ago you could get a license through your job (milk man driving a milk float) & never had a test It was only when the powers that be found out money could be got that a test came in Not a bad thing at the time but where will it end
Answered By: skeet - 6/3/2007
 
from what I can remember from a book I read, when driving licences were first introduced you bought one from the post office (just like gun licences) then around the late 1950's early 1960's I think there was a simple test which has been built on ever since. The first restriction regarding driving in the UK was that... More
Answered By: vdv_desantnik - 6/3/2007
 
the 1st people ever to own a car didnt have to take a test.....
Answered By: DennistheMenace - 6/3/2007
 
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