- Would it be reasonable for him to only start taking driving lessons at that age?
- What would Japanese driving lessons entail? I'm learning from a private instructor for about an hour a week, on public roads, which is pretty standard in England - would he have a similar experience, or would he learn on some sort of track/course?
- Would he be able to gain experience as a secondary driver with someone who holds a license - ie, he could drive but only with that other person in the car as supervisor? If so, how old/experienced would that person need to be - could they have passed their own test fairly recently?
- I understand there are both written and physical driving tests; in the physical part, what should he expect? How long/convoluted would it be? And how badly could he drive yet still pass?
I've googled: 'driving' 'driving lessons' 'learn(ing) to drive' 'driving test' with both 'Japan' and 'Tokyo', which turned up various guides for foreigners applying for licenses, but none of the information I was looking for.
Thank you in advance ^.^