It Cost a Fortune to Learn How to Drive at 30, But it Cost Even More After I Started Driving
Dan hughes

I think part of what makes learning to drive easier as a teen is a not-yet fully developed sense of your own mortality. Once you’re really aware of how delicate we meat bags really are, it can be tough to propel a 3,500 metal shell 80 mph within feet of countless other fast-moving metal shells unless it’s already practically muscle memory.

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