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You like driving?

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I've been too lazy for starting to learn how to drive, but now I've been taking lessons and... I'm totally fine with that :3 guess I'm starting to like it.

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I looooove driving. Love love love it!  I've been around cars since I was a little kid and I just love driving!

 

Sad thing is I don't have a car  :okiedokielokie:  Haven't had one in 10 years but hopefully next year.  Stupid things are so expensive.  But I'm tired of taking the bus in the Arizona summers.

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I really can't stand it. I find it to be far too much pressure, ESPECIALLY in the city  :(

I haven't been driving for that long, though, so maybe I'll get more relaxed over time...

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I don't really drive, but I will count enjoying Mario Kart as liking to drive.

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The last time I got to drive was a decade ago in Driver's Ed. I did not do so well on the driving portion, and got scared. So, no, I did not like driving. I'd like the independence of it, but nothing else.

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I can't drive yet, I will in the next year, but I feel like I'm going to murder somebody aha. I'm very worried about driving in the future. I freak out easily and I feel like I'm going to lose my head.

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I am actually afraid of driving.

 

I once drived a car, but i drive into a dig.

Im just afraid i could do something wrong, they are all these signs, all these functions in a car and then the countless situations when people complain about others driving to fast or slow.

 

I just dont want to get into any trouble. But i guess if i have to learn to drive for my job..i will.

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I am actually afraid of driving.

 

I once drived a car, but i drive into a dig.

Im just afraid i could do something wrong, they are all these signs, all these functions in a car and then the countless situations when people complain about others driving to fast or slow.

 

I just dont want to get into any trouble. But i guess if i have to learn to drive for my job..i will.

I can see why, driving can be a frightening experience, but driving gives you independence which is worth so much more.

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This is my baby, I love driving her. She is a little old (1998) but i'm never getting rid of her <3

 

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I love driving! Well, at first I feel a bit anxious from the idea of it, but focusing on the ride after some time calms me down fairly well. Rural, country roads are really blissful.

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Driving makes me nervous but that could be due to not being very used to it.

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Let's see...

  • I am currently sitting in a cockpit that has my sim racing stuff mounted to it.
  • I would jump at the chance to drive a slow car fast.
  • A manual transmission is exciting to me.
  • Most of the games I have ever played have driving elements that I tend to enjoy most.
  • I could teach just about anyone about how to drive nearly any track in the world.
  • I could also teach just about anyone how to handle any car in just about any situation. (As long as I have first-hand experience myself)
  • I think oversteer is exciting. (most of the time)
  • I often imagine what it would be like to drive any new car, road or race.
  • I believe that straights are for fast cars and corners are for fast drivers.  :comeatus: 
  • I would tear apart any game that calls itself a sim if it doesn't actually correctly simulate what a real car would do.

I believe I do enjoy driving a little bit I admit.

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