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Old 01-09-2019, 11:46 AM   #21
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I believe it's always been stressful. It was for me when I taught my kids as they didn't have the experience of driving tractors, gocarts, minibikes, scooters and cars around grand dad's field way before time to get a license.

It was for my drivers ed teach too. First day he put this girl named Paula in the driver's seat first. She lived along the street the high school was on and the teacher had her drive past her house. She also had a dog that like to chase cars. Trying to avoid her dog she hit the dog, then the wailing started but, dog wasn't hurt too bad. Here's the good part, the next week the same thing happened. After that the guy got smart and put someone else in the driver's seat first and we left the school going the other way.
I don't think I would want to drive again if ever hit my own dog, I'm hoping the dog learned its lesson eventually! Lol

My mom did hit my son with the car when he was 3 the weirdest part is she's probably one of the best drivers I know. She's been driving for a living since I was a teen!
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Old 01-09-2019, 09:07 PM   #22
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I ran into a guy from high school at my friend's dad's viewing yesterday.

He retired from the post office and started his own driver's ed business.

The funny thing is, back in high school he wrecked so many cars...
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I don't think I would want to drive again if ever hit my own dog, I'm hoping the dog learned its lesson eventually! Lol

My mom did hit my son with the car when he was 3 the weirdest part is she's probably one of the best drivers I know. She's been driving for a living since I was a teen!
I take it your boy lived thru it and is ok?
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I don't think I would want to drive again if ever hit my own dog, I'm hoping the dog learned its lesson eventually! Lol

My mom did hit my son with the car when he was 3 the weirdest part is she's probably one of the best drivers I know. She's been driving for a living since I was a teen!
I take it your boy lived thru it and is ok?
Oh yeah took a couple months recover but he did good. It happened about 16 years ago and he still has a scar on his leg and a good way to pick on his grandma! Lol

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