So I finally got my driver's license.. at 21.. on the fourth try.. but WOOHOO! Lool.
Driving was definitely NOT an easy thing for me, and still is not.. I still have a fear of it but I guess I know the basics.
Is it normal to still fear that the upcoming road I am driving on will be a DIFFERENT UNIVERSE that I will be thrown into and NOT know what to do? Lol.
Is it also normal to be so bad at backing into a parking spot, parallel parking, or anything in reverse for that matter... I definitely need practice with this.
Now, I am getting my first actual car to practice on. I don't consider me passing the test as an I KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT DRIVING MOVE ASIDE EVERYONE.
I consider it an "okay, you know the basics. Now keep practicing" because that's what I need to do.
So my parents will be getting me a car for me to practice on, therefore it will NOT be a nice car of course. There's is a van and I've drove it before and just.. no. Lol. I do not like driving a larger vehicle when I know I still need practice.
What are some good starter cars? What do you recommend for insurance wise? Which cars are the cheapest insurance wise?
Any tips in general for a new driver.. Lol
Why do I still feel nervous when my parents, friends, and instructor say I am good?
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If you want to learn how to drive a car.
I suggest an older model without all the fancy computer getting in the way between you and the road.
Something that is light and manoeuvrable which makes it easier to handle , good visibility without the big A-pillars in the modern cars blocking your vision , something with readily available parts so in case something happens it'd be cheap to repair.
Mazda Miata NA.
Mini Coopers before the year 2000.
Subaru Impreza WRX
Just to name a few.0
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