Congratulations!! From one adult 'P' plater to another. I have had my full licence for about 2 years now ;) xox
Congratulations! Well done! Great timing indeed.
congrats! Fantastic. Have fun with Ayden - my Sean just got his L's and it is very nervewracking! They sure do grow up fast.
congrats....better late then never.....
congratulations!!! I only passed my test when I was almost 30.
Woo hoo, congratulations!
haha ...next we will expect night driving Rach. (not really we all hate it ourselves as well - bunch of old nannas we are)
That is an interesting idea, we don't have anything like that in the states, here you turn 16 you take the test bam you have a drivers license.
In California, you can get a permit at 15 & 1/2. Then you have to take classes and have 50 hours of driving practice and pass a written test and a road test to get your license. Neither my 21 year nor my almost 17 year old boys have yet gotten their licenses. It's just too much trouble and insurance is outrageously expensive so Mom gets to be their taxi driver or they ride bikes. I am curious about the probationary driver. That is so different! Congrats!
Congratulations Rachel!!!! I've been driving for a lot longer but unfortunately it's never made me feel like a grown up!!!!! ;o) I don't think I ever will! But I hope I make a good enough impression on Monday when I start my new job - they, at least, need to think I'm a grown up!!!Lucy xxx
Well done.... good timing!!!
Yay! You GO girl!I never had p's... got my liscence in the UK and was let loose on the roads like a real driver! By the time I came home I was past the probationary period. It must feel like a graduation.
Congratulations, Wow it is so different these days, back in the 1950s I drove around the streets of Melbourne Collins Street Bourke, Spring and Russell with a hand break stop on the hill near where the Russell Police Station and then around Carlton and back to the Exhibition building. I would have loved a sticker saying I am a new driver when I went into Melbourne.
Well done Rachel and nicely timed too. Bet it feels fantastic not to have to worry about those P plates any more.
I got my p-plates when I was 34, because I was determined to have my licence before #1 Son got his learners. I understand completely how good you feel. Grown up, indeed. :)
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