You must have heard of many set records in the world, but this one surely is amusing. A 50-year-old man broke records by failing his driving theory test 192 times. Can you beat that one?
More info- Notes From Poland
This unnamed man from Piotrków Trybunalski has been trying to pass his driving theory test for 17 years. He might not have succeeded so far, but we need to take a moment and salute his patience and determination for trying the driving theory test 192 times.
Poland has no limits for the number of attempts, but it is mandatory to pass the driving theory test before taking the practical driving test. The country has a pass range of 50-60% for the theory test whereas only 40% of people pass their practical.
The man has not just spent a lot of time failing this test but has also forked out 6,000 zloty (£1,124) for several attempts. The man broke records actually! The amount hurts!
Overall, Poles finish their assessment on the second or third time, Notes from Poland announced. The second most awful driver at Provincial Center for Road Traffic (WORD) situated in Piotrków Trybunalski has endeavored to breeze through their driving test multiple times, so it doesn’t appear they’ll be catching ahead of all comers at any point shortly.
Then, in the UK, one man, at last, finished his theory assessment after 157 endeavors. Is 158th time fortunate a thing?
The 42-year-old Brit burned through £3,600 on theoretic tests.
The stats delivered in January additionally showed that the second most exceedingly terrible driver was a lady who endeavored to spend multiple times. The third most noticeably worst was a man who took 72 endeavors to pass his practical.
The moral of the story if you don’t succeed, just stop as it will cost you a lot of cash!