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Hana's First Driving Lesson OR Hana is Such a Girl OR Not Such a Great Idea

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  1. Learning how to drive a car online has become increasingly popular in recent years. Online learning provides students with the opportunity to study where and when they can. The types of driving lessons available online include theory lessons and drivers' ed lessons, as well as virtual driving lessons. Many online driving lesson websites also provide free information to help students gain as much relevant driving information as possible.

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  4. It reminds me so much of my first time behind the wheel. :D It was really freaking scary. But Hana’s lucky you were there by her side. :) It is one of the best ways to influence her driving habits: to be her copilot while she’s learning to drive. “No Swearing,“ love that!

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  5. Relax and keep your focus! Learning how to drive is something that must be taken seriously. Anyway, it’s only normal for Hana to be nervous and seemingly out of control, it’s her first day after all. In time, after several lessons, she’ll have enough confidence to drive on her own.

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  6. The first time driving is always scary so don't worry! As an Instructor I can safely say everyone's the same to begin with. Stick with it and it'll be easier in no time at all.

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  7. I was like that too on my first driving lesson. At first, I was so calm and relaxed, but when I started the engine, I suddenly got so nervous and panic attack hit me. It’s a good thing that I have a reliable driving instructor; he did very well in calming me down. Thanks to my younger brother/driving instructor for being patient with me!

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