Can you drive a car?


#1
  • yes
  • no

0 voters

If yes, do you drive often?
No, how comes? … don’t wanna?

kill me


#2

Yes. I drive 5-6 times per week minimum.


#3

2-3 times a week. I really hate driving.


#4

almost never. once every couple of years?

because i don’t own a car and have very little need to drive.


#5

Yes.

I used DriveNow to go to and from the gym. I sometimes drive my boyfriends car for the same reasons or to pick him up from the golf club when i’ve ran errands in the car.
That’s it.


#6

No. Part extreme laziness, part not having the money for loads of lessons when I wasn’t being extremely lazy, part not really needing to learn due to where I live / circumstance.

I do very much regret not getting it out the way when I was younger, but it has little effect on my life at the moment.


#7

I’d prefer to be driven, obviously.


#8

I can drive a car. I don’t drive often because I live in a city where it’s almost pointless to have a car really.


#9

hate these threads


#10

Not legally.

Had a few lessons when I was 17 but then binned it off to go to Shagaluf didn’t I

Can’t be arsed to start again, waste of time and money in LDN innit.


#11

Yes, I do.


#12

Yes, I can, but I drive very rarely now, as I live in a city with excellent public transport, or with pretty much everything else I need within walkable and cyclable distance.


#13

I’ve had I think about 20 lessons and can basically drive but never sat my test cause cba


#14

Never seemed worth the money as a kid. Now I’m just scared I’d kill someone.


#15

Yes, my girlfriend uses it to commute, I use it occasionally to go to football and to drive home to see my friends Ben and Krista do a gig


#16

Not sure I could even remember how to anymore. Is it like riding a bike?


#17

exactly the same story as this, but replace Shagaluf with Benicassim Festival.


#18

Scared I’d kill someone. I probably really should learn though.


#19

Us “no” voters are a pretty cool group, actually.


#20

Can’t drive and have never had a lesson let alone turned a car engine on. Lived in London my entire life so has always seemed entirely redundant.

Hopefully driverless cars arrive in time for me to get kids to school etc.