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I've started taking drivers ed. and I think just by being in the class, I know why there are so many accidents out there. Recently, we took a test over the various signs you see on the road. I thought it was pretty simple, and only missed 3 questions out of the 50 on the test. To my surprise though, half the class ended up missing 7-15 problems on the test, and 3 more people flat out failed it. Part of the reason they failed it was because they couldn't tell the difference between left and right. For left turns they would put right curve, for right curve they would put left turn, it was so stupid it was actually funny. Now we're 1 week through Drivers ed and 3 people have ALREADY dropped out. What the heck is wrong with these people?
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I have to take monday-thursday, 6:15 to 9:15, for two weeks, in the hottest building I have ever set foot and burned it in. Needless to say, I've been putting it off for about 2 months now. I may never do it, here you're allowed to skip Driver's Ed once you're 18.
So anyway, this past week I finally did the first of the two weeks of driver's ed, because we had the day off of real school on friday, so I figured it would be less streesful to do it this week.
And I'm glad I picked this week, because it's the most stressful thing I've ever done in my life.
Aren't you somewhere in Ontario? I heard Ontario car insurance rates are the highest in all of Canada.
Oh sweet god they are. I live in central Ontario and its coasting me around 2400 a year to keep my Firebird on the road. Girls, however, only have to pay a few hundred. Equality my ass.