By Speedy - 20/07/2010 13:33 - United Kingdom
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I'm not sure whether you deserve it or not. when I did Drivers Ed I did good on the practice driving eventually, it took me awhile to get used to driving the mustang though, but by the time I got used to it I was confident I was going to do good on the test coming up. but when making an appointment of when to have my test they said I would have to have it 4 motherfucking months later...so yeah I got a C :/
I got a 100% on the test driving a car that was totally different from the one I usually drive. did everything from parallel to city to freeway absolutely flawlessly. this is after about a month of driving. so if he said that in the interest of public safety you need to not drive. then just give up all hope and ride a faggio, aka, a mo-ped. YDI 100%
There is a little more to driving in the UK than in the US. For instance using a stick shift, parallel parking, driving in reverse only using your side and rearview mirrors. Hardly anyone passes tge first time through. If OP had failed their drivers test in the US it would have been a laugh, now it's just sad!
there's a big feminine circle/cross sign next to HER username. yeah, you're not helping. op, driving is a talent, not a skill. it's not for everyone. stick to public transportation. I'm assuming you drove an auto trans, so that's even worse that you can't manage even that.
Something similar happened to me, although I was in driving school. The instructor used to be a state trooper, so he was seriously intimidating. He used to make me so anxious that I would mess up...A lot. On the final test, he made me pull over. In front of the other students who were in the car, he told me how awful my driving skills were. He said that he was looking for a "polite" way to tell me how terrible I was but couldn't seem to find one.