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Has anyone here obtained it?
I'm struggling for 7 months now, I passed the tests and all theoretical shit, but I just can't fucking learn how to drive, I've been driving for 5 months, two times a week, but I just fucking can't learn the damn rules.
its common sense.. stay on your side of the road. use turn signals. stop at stop signs. whats the problem
At 1/2/12 05:34 AM, megadoctor wrote: I passed the tests and all theoretical shit,
Well there's your problem right there, you're treating it like it's some kind of theory! lol
It's really easy, dude. Don't over think it, and ask for help from someone who can break it down for you in person. It might seem like a lot, but it's like riding a more powerful bike; once you learn it, it's very difficult to forget.
"I sail through a golden nexus. By tanks with armor that glisten. I watch and I play with creations, and what I'm not reading, I listen." <-
you really only need the by the book guidelines for the test part. Once thats over with driving is honestly just common sense. If you sit in the car trying to find the right answer you will fuck up cause there is a timing issue with the traffic, if you find yourself stuck just look for the safest method out and take it you wont get penalized for it.
And remember shit happens
I was wondering when I'd get a decent sig. Did I really just see an argument on the net about what a tomatoes considered, it is the end of the world.
Yeah, didn't get mine 'til I was 19, mind you. But I never had any need as I didn't have a car.
still don't. Not sure why I even got it.
At 1/2/12 05:49 AM, Lintire wrote: I've had a learner driver's license for YEARS.
I have driven. ONCE.
Everybody has refused to get into a car with me since.
So I'm not going anywhere.
Join the club. Got my license when I was 19 on my 3rd test, barely got it.
Haven't driven since then due to the extortionate cost of getting insurance as a young driver. You can end up paying 2-3 times the cost of the car you buy.
I have mine, it's really not that hard, if you drove a little more often and had somebody with you who could correct what you're doing wrong, it would eventually become routine and you'd have no problem, it's just one of those "learn from experience" type things.
Seriously, who even reads these things anymore?