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By Mike - / Thursday 28 February 2019 02:00 /
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By  davidfong  |  14

I wouldn’t let my kid drive alone after getting there drivers license, until I was comfortable with the way they were driving. Just because they have a license, they are still new to driving and might not know what to do in all situations.
When I first got my license I hated driving on the highway cause I was afraid of driving fast and getting into an accident. Now all I do is drive on the highway and I can eat, drink (not alcohol) and smoke a cigar while I drive.

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By  davidfong  |  14

I wouldn’t let my kid drive alone after getting there drivers license, until I was comfortable with the way they were driving. Just because they have a license, they are still new to driving and might not know what to do in all situations.
When I first got my license I hated driving on the highway cause I was afraid of driving fast and getting into an accident. Now all I do is drive on the highway and I can eat, drink (not alcohol) and smoke a cigar while I drive.

By  manb91uk  |  22

Just because a person is licensed to drive does not mean they should do it on their own, in a car probably larger than the one they took lessons in, less than the time it takes to buy a coffee later.

Kinda deserve it tbh...

By  Miss Beep  |  10

Ummm... YDI for allowing her to drive a new vehicle. Sure it sucks but I still get anxious to drive new/newer nicer vehicles and I've had my license for nearly 3 years now (not long but I'm still much more comfortable). We scrape curbs and make little mistakes when we're still learning, we should never be in posession of a new vehicle for a while, especially without someone ensuring we drive correctly and safely.

By  teaspoon04  |  15

I think my parents had the right idea. I never drove their cars after I got my license. It was about 3 years before I drove again, and that was my boyfriend’s car.

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