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  1. Kim Carberry

    This is so interesting to read. I assumed you would use your hands instead of the pedals but didn’t know how. It sounds like there is a lot to get your head around after driving normally for 20 years. Well done for driving your Little Man to school. It sounds like other people were the problem, not you!
    I have no suggestions about how you can drive your own car all of the time, it does sound frustrating. x

  2. Jayne

    It sounds like you are doing really well with the transition. I bet it’s quite a big change driving with your hands only.
    When I get in our Landrover, it always feels different to drive an automatic compared to my TT which is manual, but I don’t have to get my head around controls and adaptions like you.
    I’m not sure what to suggest about you driving your car all of the time. I hope you do find a solution, but for now, at least you have access to the car when you need it. xx

  3. Paula

    My anxiety would have me a mess at first. I could feel my chest tightening as I was reading. I feel for you when you say you want your own car in your own drive. You know, even though you’ve had your new car for several months now I’d still like to tell you it’s okay to take things slow. I like that you are practicing during slow times of day. Having several chronic illnesses myself I’m okay with taking things slow.
    Visiting today from PoCoLo #15&16

  4. Stephanie BWL

    Well done for getting to your son’s school, sounds like slow and steady is really working for you. I also hope you find a solution that works for you all – thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

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