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    (Original post by SiAnY)
    Learning to drive sounds like the most boring tedious outstretched time consuming thing ever right now
    I've given up on it, lessons were making me ill, I dreaded them for more than my dread my current final year exams. I am much happier on the bus letting somebody else take the responsibility of human lives away from me.

    A car won't imrpove my quality of life in anyway either.
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    I've given up on it, lessons were making me ill, I dreaded them for more than my dread my current final year exams. I am much happier on the bus letting somebody else take the responsibility of human lives away from me.

    A car won't imrpove my quality of life in anyway either.
    There's no way I'm going to give up, I've already spent so much money on lessons! Although I hate lessons at the moment, I'm hoping that once I've passed I'll enjoy driving more.
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    (Original post by ~Sam~)
    There's no way I'm going to give up, I've already spent so much money on lessons! Although I hate lessons at the moment, I'm hoping that once I've passed I'll enjoy driving more.
    There is no rush though, when I stopped for a year and started having lessons again it was as if I never had a break. I will go for my test one day but at the moment the circumstances are not right, I really need enough money to buy a practise car and practise in that. I've had enough professional lessons now. I also need to resit my theory which is annoying since I got 35/35 the first time!
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    I'm hopefully going to be spending three months in America, working with kids at a summer camp. I'll be teaching them scuba diving, karate, photography and rollerblading amongst other things I'm so exited about it, I'm just praying that Camp America want me enough!
 
 
 
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