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Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' at netrider.net.au started by dan, Jul 5, 2005.

  1. www.gov.tw/index.jsp?recid=107871&id=13&viewdate=0]Tainan woman fails the motorcycle license test for the 51st time[/url]

    As Lee Hsu is getting on in age, her memory is starting to fail her. In addition, her hearing ability is certainly not as good as that of a young person. In addition, she has presbyopia, commonly known as aging eyes, which has impacted her eyesight. As a result, it is becoming increasingly unlikely that Lee Hsu will pass the verbal portion of the exam. Her daughter has suggested to her mother that she give up taking the motorcycle license exam and instead switch to a four-wheel electric vehicle. Lee Hsu said that she regularly takes part in activities in which she cuts hair free of charge. She said the electric vehicle is simply too slow. As a result, she does not intend to take her daughter's suggestion. Instead, she is determined to continue to take the motorcycle license exam until she finally passes it. Odd, odd story.

  2. tales of the weeeiiiiiiiiird :shock:
  3. so what has she been doing for the past 20 years? riding without a licence?

    i thought she would have learnt to live without after 20 years of failing...
  4. And she doesn't need it to take kids to school anymore.