You should just keep driving him around, save money, gas and you wouldn't have to worry about how bad he drives. The question is, how good/bad do you drive Liz? That's right! Does this poor driving run in the family?It will probably come down to Noah having to take private lessons. I'm not worried about the driving, there's no way he'll pass the test next week. The school here no longer offers driver's ed. It's thru the town and we tried to sign Noah up this summer but he was wait listed. Seniors have first dibs. The town charges just about the same rate as the driving schools charge.
Next week he'll fail the test. A couple days later he starts double sessions for football, after that school and regular football will start so he'll be gone every day from 6 AM-6 PM. This will go on until the first week in November. He's not going to have time to be worried about driving until after that.
Noah knows he's lucky to have the new truck, but he's also aware that it came with conditions. There's no room for any margin of error or the truck will be gone.<quoted text>
I have a friend who's Daughter is about 28 ish, afraid to drive, never had a license. It is much more expensive to get a license than it used to be. Your Insurance rates for the youngster will be up there as well. It used to be your Dad and Mom just let you drive. I drove from My house to my friends house when I was 10 years old by myself and nobody ever caught me. Times have changed, it's inevitable.