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  onlychildFTW  |  33

If he is having that much of a problem passing, it is probably safer for everyone if he doesn't drive. I passed the written, drivers 1, and drivers test 2 all on the first try's.

  badgercheese94  |  16

Tell that to the city of Miami. Oh theres public transportation, but sometimes, it is honestly faster to walk somewhere than wait for the always delayed buses. Also, tons of towns in American don't have transit systems, like where I am living now.

By  ZoroMiHawk  |  25

Well that depends how long you've been learning to drive and how many times you've taken the test....I hope you haven't been learning since you were ~18...because if so I can't imagine how much money you must have spent lol

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

It makes me wonder how many times he's taken it as well. Op, you "can't" take it, or won't? I know way too many people that don't want to take the test cause they're scared. I know women who are 30, married with kids, and still won't take the test. If you've tried the test a few times and failed then you need drivers Ed. Have someone help you. I can't see you continuing to fail after having proper lessons.

  sabrinawho  |  15

I agree. My mom is a very nervous person. She took the test 2 when young and failed because she was nervous. Took it 2 times when she was older and only passed when she was in her mid forties because she had more help. She only drives to work, the store and apts. Good luck op!