| Originally posted by Torque@Nov 10 2004, 11:12 PM |
teach her yourself. it's probably the best you can get... you've been driving for 20+ years and you can give her unlimited number of lessons all for free.
Actually, 11 years - I'm only 27
You really think that it will work if I teach her?
| and yes she will be very nervous when driving... i know some women in similar situations and they are scared to drive anywhere. |
its funny when you see them doing like 35 in a 45 and then you zoom by at like 85 and they are like omg grab the steering wheel because he might blow me off due to turbulence or something.
That's what I'm worried about. Her sister drives, but won't drive on the highway - because she's too afraid of going that fast.
That, to me, is pretty scary. If you can't drive your vehicle at the speed limit (and beyond) I don't think you should even be behind the wheel, let alone have a license.
That's why I was thinking of a school. It wouldn't be me teaching her (so she doesn't have to worry about making embarassing mistakes and such - hey, face it, we all have an ego).
| btw about the bumpers part... i cant park my mom's audi a6 in reverse for the life of me... i just cant even picture where the bumper might be. my car on the other hand -- i can park it anywhere anyhow you want me. |
I can understand about someone else's car - it definitely takes time to get used to 'em.
But watching people parallel park in Brooklyn, NY is sad. Day after day, this person across the street fails to parallel park 4/5 times. Backs in, drives out. Backs in - cuts too soon - drives out. Backs in - doesn't cut enough - drives out...
Thanks for the comments, Torque.