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Free assistance for fast driving licence

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I am currently a student in Geneva capable of speaking Italian, English, French and some Spanish. It's been more than 1 year since I passed my theory test in order to get my motorbike driving licence (A1). Last November I finally passed the practical exam as well after undertaking various courses. I would like to offer a service for the expats for people that would like to get their motorbike driving licence (16+ years old) as when I first moved to Geneva it was hard for me to find out the different steps i have to take in order to get my permit. I can help you with the first stages in order to sign up for the exam and then I can help you with the theory and mostly the practical exam. Only 30% of the people that do the motobike practical exam pass, this is a tremendous statistic but having done the exam myself I can give you useful tips in order to be successful. Feel free to ask me anything concerning the motorbike driving licence, you can simply write me a quick email, or possibly I'm available for skype calls and face to face meetings if ever. This is a completly free service as it is I project I have to do for school.

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The publishing of private email addresses is banned here., but how come it has an Italian domain, when you supposedly live in Genf?

So you think that six month's worth of experience puts you in a position to offer advice to others?

Come back, again, after you've done your first 100K, and not killed yourself, and we'll see.
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The publishing of private email addresses is banned here., but how come it has an Italian domain, when you supposedly live in Genf?
Sorry I didn't know.. Being an expat and having lived 10 years in Italy it has always been my main email and I found it more convenient to keep it.
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The publishing of private email addresses is banned here., but how come it has an Italian domain, when you supposedly live in Genf?

So you think that a year's worth of experience puts you in a position to offer advice to others?

Come back, again, after you've done your first 100K, and not killed yourself, and we'll see.
None of my domains are .ch. I use dozens (probably hundreds) of .co.uk addresses.
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None of my domains are .ch. I use dozens (probably hundreds) of .co.uk addresses.
But we know you're a dodgy geezer .... and we can't get rid of you.
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The publishing of private email addresses is banned here., but how come it has an Italian domain, when you supposedly live in Genf?

So you think that six month's worth of experience puts you in a position to offer advice to others?

Come back, again, after you've done your first 100K, and not killed yourself, and we'll see.
Acknowledging you must have read the thread wrong, I am not offering driving lessons but in actual fact I'm giving help to people in order to go through the procedure of getting the licence and useful tips in order to pass the practical EXAM. You may not be aware that passing the exam for the A1 license is not as easy as the normal car license.
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