The Five Stages of Driving

My high school students constantly talk about driving.

Ah, memories:

I expect that a lot of them will experience a similar progression. Scary thought.

 

 

        

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I teach things to people and sometimes draw comics.
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22 Responses to The Five Stages of Driving

  1. allenavw says:

    Haha this is so true! And I was definitely in the 20-22 range this morning. Some dumb woman kept boxing me in in the left lane, when I was trying to catch a bus!

  2. Evelyn Smith says:

    Funny post. I look forward to the next one :)

    Evelyn

  3. bmj2k says:

    As someone in the 29+ range I have to say you nailed it.

  4. Even at the age of 55, my father is still stuck in the 20-22 range. I see that he found his own youth potion.

  5. Ahhh. My family all went through these stages, but not me. You drive in a super busy city and if you aren’t going 15 over the limit and tailgating like a mofo then you are going to DIE. If I ever move back to the nice midwest I’m going to have to take classes in not driving like an ass.

  6. mj monaghan says:

    Yep, you describe it well!

  7. lorrelee1970 says:

    LMAO. This was so wonderfully accurate. Love the imagery.

  8. Why thank you, that means I am somewhere between 20 and 26. Although the multitasking basically consists of keeping the little monster in the back seat in check and happy. I don’t see myself entering the acceptance stage any time soon.
    But then, maybe it’s because I so rarely use the car. I live in a reasonably small town and get pretty much everywhere I want by bicycle. That could have cut down on my driving age…

  9. susielindau says:

    Too funny! My husband is “the old man with the hat.” That is what I have always called him since I first drove with him as we crawled 20 miles under the speed limit! Hahaha!
    Great illustrations~!

  10. Daniela says:

    SO true! I’ve just stopped hooning… and started raging!

  11. Erin Roof says:

    I’m such a bad driver that, at age 21, I just decided to quit driving altogether. It’s safer for the world that way.

  12. Ankur Mithal says:

    My son wants me to teach him driving. Your post gives me some idea of what to expect. Thanks.

  13. Beth says:

    Reasons I’m employed… all of the above illustrates my job security. And, for the record, stupidity is insurable, but discouraged.

  14. jeremiah says:

    haha this is funny and very true when I went for my first spin

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