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Interviewer #1:  Have you driven before?

Me:  Yes.  I have a license, and everything.

Interviewer #1:  Let me show a car I'm currently driving.  I'm sure you know how this one works?

Me:  I'm confident I could figure it out.  Let me look at it...

Interviewer #1:  Never mind.  Let me show you some of the cars we need driven.

Me:   :)

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  • Interviewer#3 :So, do you have an exact itinerary of where you will drive and park?
  • Me: Yes I do.
  • Interviewer#3 : Can I see it?
  • Me : Of course. Do you have signatory authority to sign this non-disclosure agreement? :)
  • Interviewer#3 : No.
  • Me : Then perhaps I need to speak with someone who does. I can only give you that information if you sign the agreement.

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