English-speaking driving school in Prague?

Discussion in 'Expat Life' started by Daniela Marie, Mar 11, 2009.

  1. Daniela Marie

    Daniela Marie Well-Known Member

    I'm going to be moving to Prague sometime in the second half of 2009. My daughter, who just turned 18, is coming with me. She doesn't know any Czech yet (although she's planning to learn).
    I was wondering if anyone knows if there are driving schools in Prague with instructors who speak English. That way, she could get her license once we're there (otherwise, she'd have to rush to get it here in Rome before we leave - or wait until she knows enough Czech to understand).
  2. Yvan

    Yvan Well-Known Member

  3. wer

    wer Well-Known Member

    There is a lot of adds for English driving schools, but I’m not sure about the exam. Could it be in English?

    Yvan, please, use tinyurl.com or jdem.cz to shorten the annoying long links.
  4. Yvan

    Yvan Well-Known Member

    The lengh (of the link) makes no difference at clicking.
    It makes difference at other activities only.
    P.S. But thanks for advice.
  5. Torgut

    Torgut Active Member

    I believe Wer used the correct word: "annoying". Long links are visually annoying, when not functionally annoying :)
  6. My Czech Republic

    My Czech Republic Administrator

    Just so everyone is aware, there is a way to have text link to a website with this message board software.
    [url=http://url]URL text[/url]
    So, the link above can be written as:
    list of English-speaking driving schools

    I think this is a good way to handle long links because you can put your mouse over the text and see where the link goes. With a service like tinyurl, you don't know where you will end up.

  7. wer

    wer Well-Known Member

    Yes, Jeff. I’m aware of the possibility. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work for the links with special characters:


    Sometimes, it works this way:


    Or, this way (but that’s special feature of Wikipedia):


    But sometimes there is no way but tinyurl.com (or alikes):


    Maybe, an upgrade of phpBB could solve this.
  8. wer

    wer Well-Known Member

    Now, I have realized that this should be rather in the website feedback section.

    So, back to the topic. Is anybody aware whether the exam, both theoretical and practical, could be done in English?

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