Most people in America have, traditionally, gotten their license to drive as quickly as humanly possible, already reading up on license applications at the age of 14-15 and chomping at the bit to get in there and get certified by the by the time midnight on their 16th birthday hits. But just because that’s the way most people do it, that doesn’t mean that all people do it that way.
- There’s no shame in starting later, and for all we know, this could be a moot point in 30 years anyway if cars are driving themselves
- if you waited until now to get your driving license, then, as a mature adult, you’ve actually come at a great time to learn
- All the theory in the world isn’t going to help you if you don’t get some quality time behind an actual steering wheel, learning to drive properly
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