Same. I personally don’t drive often because I live in Chicago. Public transportation is accessible and I take Uber and Lyft everywhere unless my mom or my dad lets me drive their cars sometimes. I don’t have my own car yet.
But you still know how is the important part, getting a car can be tough, and it's expensive and where you're younger like me you would probably need a cosigner because of not having a long enough credit history or getting a good score etc. But the fact that you took the measures to learn are steps in the right direction. But people that just straight up WON'T? It sends red flags, like what else WON'T they do? My boyfriend has a brother who is 28 now. First he refused to learn to drive, then he got a job when he was 18 at a local grocery store... quit after 1 month. Then for the next 9 YEARS he never learned to drive, never got another job, and has been living with his mother. His mother who works as a nurse working 12 hour shifts. Then she goes home and cooks HIM dinner. He won't help her with ANY cleaning, won't do dishes or even his OWN laundry. And I mean it's kinda his mom's fault too for enabling it... but like all he does is sit on his butt and play video games and smokes pot (that HIS MOTHER PAYS FOR) all day. And so far most everyone else I've met that refuses to drive isn't much better
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