Posted by sean on January 12, 2014 at 8:18 pm in Driving with No Comments

It’s been about 6 months since I passed my driving test and I had not driven since. Given the fact I did not drive home on the day I passed my test, I had never driven as a qualified driver either. This was all until yesterday, when I took a refreshed lesson-cum-Pass Plus course.

I took so long to get my licence that my original instructor retired. He was a young man when he took me on my first lesson and was ready to collect his pension on the day I passed.

The lesson went well. Surprisingly, I hadn’t forgotten how to drive a car. I suppose those hours put into playing Grand Theft Auto 5 all paid off. I even learnt a couple of new things, which will come in very useful when I am let loose behind the wheel without an instructor in the passenger seat. When that day does finally arrive, everyone should remain inside, lock their doors and windows, and pray to whatever God they may have. If they do not have a God, they should get one – fast.

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