Question of the day

Did you pass your driving test the first time?

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16 Responses to Question of the day

  1. mssc54 says:

    Yeh, I’m pretty sure I did.

  2. Jenny says:

    Yes I did!

  3. Joy says:

    No. I did the second. He told me to turn down a one way the wrong way and I did the first time. Trickery shouldn’t be allowed.

  4. Just a Mom says:

    I passed mine the first time. It took my brother 3 times and my oldest daughter 2 times.

  5. SKL says:

    Nope. It was the only test I ever failed.

    It was all because the guy was so mean and he made me nervous. I have always had to use tricks to remember my left and right, so when the guy told me impatiently to turn x way, I got flustered and turned the wrong way. He decided I was a f-up and that was pretty much the end of that. Sad thing is, I’d been driving daily for months before that without incident. I knew how to drive. Grr.

    I did pass the written part and the maneuverability part the first time.

  6. Karen Joy says:

    Nope.I thought I was a smart a$$ and didnt need to study the handbook.I wasnt so smart after all!

  7. joanharvest says:

    I passed both written and driving tests the first time. I don’t know how the law is in other states but here when you go on the driving test you have to have an adult driver in the car with you a long with the state trooper who gives you the test. I was stuck going to the driving tests with both my kids. I think I was way more nervous than the two kids. The state trooper was so intimidating in his crisp uniform. I was convinced that both kids would somehow crash the car but they both passed. I guess I was more nervous then the two of them and I swore to my daughter I will never do it again and she will have to go with her daughter, not me.

  8. Nikki says:

    Haha god no! I won’t even tell you what I did the first time!!!! Epic FAIL! Pull over right NOW kind of thing!!! LOL

  9. Laura says:

    Yep. I had to. My mother was my Driver’s Ed teacher!! (she worked for a private school, so they arranged for me to do my driving hours with her)

  10. I did, and I’m very proud of it since it’s not that common to pass first time where I’m from!

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