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After 70 years of a clean driving record, Mr Victor Day is giving in his licence | South Coast Register

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“You’re better to be a little late than dead on time.” That’s the advice of Nowra resident Victor Day on keeping your driving record clean. And he would know – having just clocked up 70 years’ of a totally clean record. A few things have changed since Mr Day first got behind the wheel, including the driving test he took when he was 16. “The test was pretty easy compared to today,” said Mr Day. “I went down to the Wollongong police station to have the test and the Sergeant said to the other officer ‘I just came back from doing a test, you do it.’ I think I went around up to Kiera Street and back to the police station and that was it. “I already had plenty of…



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