I started lessons at 21 and had a few like 6/7 but i stopped because of money. I feel ashamed that i can't drive and really behind. I have to move out first because i can't live at home anymore , i go to school and have a tough job at a restaurant. Should i be ashamed?
Most Helpful Guy
I'm 36 and can't drive, never want to either. Might be good to have a licence for emergencies but if I ever find myself sat behind the wheel of a car every day I screwed up somewhere.
Never caused me any problems, never held back my career in any way. So many people claim they NEED their car but I think its bs in most cases, it makes life more convenient for them sure, but they don't need it.
If being able to drive is useful to you, go ahead and learn, but if you don't want to, don't bother, it's certainly nothing to be ashamed of.
Hell, most cars will know how to drive themselves soon enough anyway.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Why should you be ashamed? Some people don't drive bc of various reasons like some states/cities are expensive to learn to drive and it's even more costly for licenses and insurance. Two of my friends don't drive bc they know they get sleepy behind the wheel. Then there's people in large metropolitan areas that driving is just rendered obselete for the most part. I got my license bc I enjoy traveling and driving myself a lot to places. However if I moved back to New York I wouldn't really drive unless I wanted to go out of town. So don't feel ashamed. But when you get your license don't be one of those douche drivers that never uses a signal always cutting people off, causing near accidents and not keeping a reasonable flow with traffic that's when you oughta be ashamed.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE