I have had my license for a month now, and I still get nervous behind the wheel.
Well.. not shaking-my-body-off nervous. Just... scared to come to a situation where I will not know what to do. Which, thankfully, hasn't happened yet. Lol. Everyone who I have driven somewhere has said I'm really great. "Better than you think", they said.
I am just really not confident in parallel parking.. or reverse stall parking.. which I am still practicing in empty lots. But still cannot fully grasp, sigh.. and so, I doubt my WHOLE driving skill based on my inability to do these 2 things.
Driving on streets I have never been on before freaks me out too. I literally google map street view anywhere I am about to go to, lol. Finding parking is soo stressful and scary for me still, since I am only confident in driving right into a stall or turning into one (not reverse). Does anyone else feel like this, or is everyone else super confident..
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It's really easy. Give it like another month or 2 and it'll be more natural than picking your nose. As for reverse parking. It's not really a skill you need. And the more you drive, the easier it gets. I've been driving since I was 16 and have yet to parallel park... And that's what nearly failed me during my test. As for the new street thing, that's what smart phones are for0