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  1. debsrandomwritings

    Hi Anne, I wouldn't describe myself as a backseat driver although my toes do curl sometimes when my husband is driving. On the other hand, my husband is a terrible back seat driver and I only ever drive with him in the car when he's been drinking, I have been known to pull over and threaten to make him walk he is that bad!
    As for teaching someone to drive? We are in talks at the moment as it won't be long until my daughter is old enough to drive and I'd like her to have a little experience before having lessons. Between me and my husband, I'm probably the better person to take her… Around Lidls carpark, on a Sunday, in the middle of winter!… Can't wait!

    Thank you for linking up with the #MMBC.

    XX

  2. Stacey MacNaught

    I have mastered the art of saying nothing – or at least saying nothing until we park up somewhere. Then I might comment just because I can't help myself. But I know if I say something at the time, it will turn into an argument while he's driving which is not ideal!

    We have two cars and whenever we are out together, we tend to take his (bigger boot) so he is rarely a passenger when I'm driving, thankfully! Because if he commented on my driving I'd almost certainly snap ha!

  3. Ordinary Hopes

    I am the only driver in my family so it annoys me immensely if anyone comments about what I should have done. I am a very good driver and if they can do better they should learn!

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