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What if driving is something that makes me happy and then I get to the point that I can't do it alone till I pass my test? The thing that I am so frustrating is I am 19, I don't drive, I shouldn't be in this way. Its just one thing after another, when I pass my theory covid comes, when I get a practical test I fail it then tests get delayed and now tests are back on I have to go on a long waiting list. I always have to wait for buses or lifts and everyone take the piss because I am always ****ing waiting again. I just can't be ****ed. I just feel like it one thing after another. I just love driving & cars but I just can't do it. It all started covid came to the uk, we went in lockdown and tests got postponed so that's like a year ago now which is a long time ago.
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literally everyone is having the same experience - it's annoying but there's no point getting so wound up when there's nothing u can do
at least this gives u loads of time to practice before your next practical so you pass this time
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literally everyone is having the same experience - it's annoying but there's no point getting so wound up when there's nothing u can do
at least this gives u loads of time to practice before your next practical so you pass this time
My instructor is prioritising on learners with nearer test dates
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you can still practice in a car with a person who has a licence
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you can still practice in a car with a person who has a licence
My family have bought a new car and they don't want me to scape it or anything so they prefer not to. I sometimes go out in my own on private land in this old car but that car needs a valid mot to be used on public roads
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Please
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Oh gosh, this seems strangely familiar.

It's the bit about people mocking you because you are catching a bus.
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Oh gosh, this seems strangely familiar.

It's the bit about people mocking you because you are catching a bus.
Ant advice to feel better?
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Ant advice to feel better?
Better about using public transport?
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Better about using public transport?
Just better about myself and stuff
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Just better about myself and stuff
You shouldn't worry about not being able to drive and getting public transport.

I live in Central London, where very few people have cars. It's totally normal to take public transport, it's what most people here do. All sorts of people take the bus and no-one thinks anything of it.
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You shouldn't worry about not being able to drive and getting public transport.

I live in Central London, where very few people have cars. It's totally normal to take public transport, it's what most people here do. All sorts of people take the bus and no-one thinks anything of it.
It's different in different areas though, are you learning to drive still when you're 17?
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It's different in different areas though, are you learning to drive still when you're 17?
I can drive and I have a car.

Which area of the country do you live in?
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I can drive and I have a car.

Which area of the country do you live in?
That's good. What car do you have?

Manchester
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That's good. What car do you have?

Manchester
A Honda CR-V, but most of the time, I take the bus
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A Honda CR-, but most of the time, I take the bus
Crv? Honda is decent. I live in Manchester though
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Public transport isn't as good here. Also my parents are selling this house and we are moving to country area as soon as this sells
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We went to a show house viewing of that house and I noticed there's this long road with no bus stops or anything so basically you are ****ed without a car there. Luckily now public transport is unreliable its accessible near this house
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How old are you? Kerzen
You have a pretty decent car for a student
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