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  • I learned to drive with a 1989 Honda Prelude. My father taught me most of my driving.
  • 1961 Buick LeSabre 4-door hardtop. Dad had the nerves of steel to teach me on a graveled county roads.
  • A maroon 1973 Chevrolet Caprice Classic. It wasn't a family member who taught me to drive. It was a customer of my parents business. I don't remember his name, but I do remember he was about 28 years old and took me to a remote picnic area of a state park and tried to molest me. woo hoo, good times. NOT! [edit] It's coming back now. His first name was Terry.
  • I learned to drive on a manual 1983 Ford Ranger. I still suffer the hearing loss of my mother's high pitched screeching, "Hit the brakes, OH GOD!!! Aaaaaggghhhhh!!" Good times.
  • I learned to drive on both a '79 Licoln Town Car and '77 Licoln Mark whatever. My dad was a great teacher -- the picture of patience until I had a little seizure in the Town Car because of the movement of the road. This is how we learned I had epilepsy. All through Grammar and High School, my teacher complained to my parents about how I could be engaged with the task at hand and in seconds I'd just space out. I wasn't spacing as it turns out.
  • I took driver's ed in high school. I think the car was a Ford but I don't remember which kind. I learned the basics of a manual transmission from my dad when I bought my first car.
  • i learned to drive with 2 vehicles... a 95 gmc sierra, and a 90 pontiac grand am 2 door.... my mother taught me how to drive.
  • I had to take drivers ed. in high school--it was a required class. We drove in a 1970 Ford LTD.
  • Vehicle controls - 1980 Honda Civic (5-speed) - My aunt. Driving in traffic - 1991 Buick Regal (slushbox) and 1995 Saturn SL1 (slushbox) - Father-in-law.
  • a 1975 oldsmobile station wagon and a 1967 plymouth s/w. mostly with my father, some with my mother. it was fun parralel parking the big land yachts.
  • My mom had a Toyota Corolla (4-speed) and I drove some sort of 4-door sedan automatic in Drivers Ed class. So my mom taught me how to drive a manual and high school taught me how to drive an automatic. My mom always said, "If you can drive a stick shift, you can drive just about anything." I prefer an automatic - so much easier!!
  • my parents spilt the teaching time with me, but i did get a lot of dads bad habits so.... and i learned on a 93 white pontiac grand am
  • Not sure what year it was, but it was a Chevy S-10 pick-up back in the 80's. My Mom taught me how to drive it.
  • I think the first car I drove was my ma's subaru forestor, but I learned more on my dad's honda accord. Fairly new, fairly lame cars yes. I'm 17. I don't even have a license yet.
  • 1997 holden commadore automatic ... taught by dad and 1984 mitsubishi sigma maunal ... taught bu younger sister
  • I learned how to drive mostly on a 92 Chevy 1500 Work Truck until I got decent then I drove some with a 98 Chevy Impala SS. My dad was my primary teacher although I wish he wouldn't have been. (Low tolerance for mistakes)
  • My dad started but bailed after 2 rides. My mom finished the task all in a '61 Ford full size station wagon. It was big and I was worried that I would not pass parallel parking so in the last weeks I practiced this many times. I passed and the driving test did not include parallel parking, my best skill.
  • My dad owned a junk yard & he had this old army green jeep I think it was a early 70's model. It was a standard & my mom taught me how to drive it, bless her heart I started out in reverse & didn't even look behind me I never knew my mom could scream that loud. Usually she's quiet timid acting woman. I went to the junk yard every week end until I learned to drive that thing without stalling. TY mom for having patience TY daddy for having the wheels & TY god for not letting us die that day!
  • '74 Mustang II Drivers Ed
  • I learned in an old Holden ute - manual with gearchange on the steering column. After that, everything was easy! Dad was the main instructor...
  • 1992 Nissian Sentra. It was a standard. My mother taught me. we had our little dog Ricky in the car. He buried his face & wined. I thought I'd never figure out how to drive a stick. But it wasn't that bad
  • My dad taught me how to drive in 1994 on an '88 towncar. The second day I had my learners permit I drove to school and tried to turn into the parking lot at 45 miles per hour (the speed limit of the highway my highschool was on, no school zone). Dad started hollering, I panicked and hit the brakes, locking them, and skidded into the parking lot in a very good recreation of bo duke in the general lee. Didn't hit anything, either.
  • Opel Astra 1.6 was first car,, but I learned the basics with massey-ferguson 147 (tractor, no power steering and unsyncronized 8+2 speed manual transmission) at age of 12 or so. Granpa teached tractor driving and same stuff applies for car so I really didn't have anyone teaching it.
  • Sat my test in a 1988 Nissan Sunny. (UK) This was my driving instructors car, although my dad took me out as well in his Vauxhall Cavalier (UK GM Motors car)
  • 1972 Chevy Nova four door six cylinder. My dad, who hit me in the head more than once...while driving!
  • 69 Nova / My dad
  • 1953 CHEVY STICK SHIFT
  • 1970 Ford XL, my father.
  • A Vauxhall Corsa, and I had a driving instructor
  • "1950 Plymouth Convertible" ...father
  • I learned in a '75 Super Beetle, a '78 Ford Fairmont and a '73 Ford Courier with no brakes. :) That is why I routinely get 100,000 miles out of a set of brakes. I know how to drive without 'em. My stepgrandmother was my teacher, as well as my high school driver's ed teacher.
  • 1991 Plymouth Laser RS Turbo (Basically an Eclipse) - Mother Boy, was that a fun car, puts a smile on my face every time I drive it.
  • my parents had a 1993 chevy cavelier station wagon, which was my first car i learned how to drive with until i got my own. i hated driving with both my parents. my mom always said that i drove too fast, and my dad always complained that i jerked the car everytime i made a turn. i've been driving for about 7 yrs now and they both STILL act the same when they ride with me!

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