Ashamed to say I do not have my license at 29. As I grew up in foster care I never had anyone teach me. My husband (then boyfriend) started when I was 21 but I became very shaken up when my best friend was in a fatality. I’ve been fortunate in that we’ve always lived near the train and my husband drives everywhere. Last month I decided enough was enough and have had two professional driving lessons and plan on doing them weekly for as long as needed. Shockingly they said I’m actually pretty good and should be a competent and safe driver within a few months. My children are obviously my motivation and will do anything for them. We have a Toyota Kluger and I drove it for the first time this past weekend after driving the honda jazz during the lessons. It feels so incredibly huge. Please tell me this gets easier! My husband is willing to trade it in for a sedan but believes with time I will master it. Would love to know your success stories. I feel so silly asking this when I know so many half my age are driving huge 4wd’s with no issues.
Posted anonymously, 25th June 2019