Yesterday I visited the Miranda RTA as I had booked my hazard perception test as I had been on my Red P's for longer than what I should of but just couldn't find the time to go in and sit my test.
|Red P Plate - Photo credit to Where I live|
My plan before FH comes home is to sit my Hazard perception test and progress to my Green p's and meet him at the airport with green p plates on my little Sparky car. And see whether he actually notices haha.
So I went and sat my test, I was sooo nervous and didn't really know what to expect as the tests on the RTA website are nothing like what the test is. So I started the test and went right this is like what it is when I'm driving, just do what you'd do when you are out and about in the car. I finished the test and didn't touch the screen a few times as I didn't think it was safe to go and was worried that I'd screwed the thing up totally. There were a few other girls waiting for an attendant to tell them whether they had passed. So I sat talking to one of the girls who was next to me. She told me that she'd failed the test multiple times and I was like oh oh. She ended up failing again yesterday, and I was like oh no. Eventually the attendant came to my station and checked my answers and a Congratulations screen flashed up and I was told that I had passed.
|Green P Plates - Photo credit to Co3.com.au|
Boy was I happy, I couldn't believe that I'd done it, but now I'm the proud of a P2 license and my Sparky is now fitted out with brand new green p plates. Yippee. I was so excited yesterday that when talking to FH, I told him that I was having a great day but couldn't tell him why. He suggested a million and one things, which I politely said nope to, even though he didn't mention any the proper reason, so it was rather funny. So I've managed to keep it a secret so far. But one of the girls at work posted on my face book red or green p's and I hope didn't blow my secret. He hasn't mentioned it today, so fingers crossed he hasn't seen it.