Not being able to drive hasn't been something that's held me back in life per say but it does make going places a little awkward and has made a difference in the types of jobs I've been able to apply for. It is on my 101 things in 1001 days list though, I'm determined to pass my test this year, before Christmas I'm 100% determined on that. In my determination I've been weighing up all my options, there are so many different companies out there I've been comparing to find my best option. For slightly lower rates it seems the best idea is to go with a private company you know like just someone you went to school with dad who's doing driving lessons on the side of his normal job you know the one man sort of businesses. My other option and the one I'm most likely to take is to go with a bigger company like PassnGo, going with a bigger company means I can book block sessions for a cheaper price which is always a massive plus. But it also means I can do an intensive course, these are fairly pricey but for someone like me who wants to get all the lessons and the test out of the way and just be able to drive they're perfect, plus they including sitting your actual driving test which is a massive plus because that's not cheap.
I'm fairly nervous about learning to drive again, which is why I choose that Bobs Burgers Gif, I feel exactly like Tina when I think about it (watch the clip). I mean it's not as if I've forgotten how to do it, I got behind the wheel not that long ago and it felt sort of natural I guess I'm just worried about failing again which makes me super nervous. Hopefully though with my new found determination and the comparison of my options will mean I can finally succeed and be able to drive to the shops instead of walking back struggling massively with all the bags haha. I'm sure an intensive course is just what I need though, it'll mean a week off work but I can deal with that if it means I can finally drive.
Have you passed your test? How long did it take you? If not do you think you ever will?