But How do you get around without a license?
my parents drive me,yes,i know that they aren't gonna be around forever,but i'm really scared about learning how to drive again,i passed driver ed,because it is a requirement at my school in order to graduate,when i was in school i took the written test and passed it and in the summer after graduation,i had to the road test
I'm actually pretty good on ice.
My first car had the smallest tires possible, and was a stick shift with what seemed like an 80 pound clutch, no power steering.
You get good driving on ice in that, you have to. Ha.
Haha. You got into an accident during your road test?!?
yes,i did and it has haunted me since 2006,but i did get the old telephone pole replaced with a new one,because the old one was rotted
For someone that grew up in NY, PA, and OH, I now live in Southeastern Tennessee, the mix of freezing rain and icy snow mixture that froze over last night, it was one of the most treacherous driving experiences I had today trying to get to work. Backing out of my driveway, going about 3 MPH, I barely tapped the brakes and slid back an additional 12 feet and hit a telephone pole. It was like trying to drive a light car with bald tires on a hockey rink, it was pure slick ice and I had hardly any control at all. I had no traction and I drive a SUV with 4 wheel drive. I drove in feet of snow up north for many years, but the mess that was there on the roads today was downright nasty and among the worst conditions I have had to deal with.
It resulted in no one showing up for work today, including myself, and the first time the facility closed for a day in the last 12 years.
i don't drive,so that's good new for all of the other drivers out there,i'm embarrassed to tell my driver ed story,but lets just say it involved a telephone pole,then the arriving of the police, a ambulance,a fire truck,and the head of the school board.