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    I got my drivers license today

    I am the proud owner of a valid Indiana drivers license. I didn't take any drivers training like everybody around me said I had to. I just made the appointment and used a friends jeep cheroke with hand controls. I think I was as nervous as I was when I was 16. Afterwards Everything was back to normal. Now the task at hand is to get a van. One step down on the way back to total independence.
    jOE
    www.nwiscig.blogspot.com

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    Congratulations!!! I have no doubt,you will enjoy the freedom once you get your own vehicle. I too was extremely nervous almost as bad as I was when I was 16. When I was 16, it had just started to snow and I was the last person they were going to let takeout for the test. I guess it should have been a sign I was going to have some sort of massive accident driving, the day I got my license, we had a massive blizzard and didn't go to school for two weeks.
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    The trick is in what one emphasizes. We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same. ~ Don Juan Matus
    We are Virginia Tech… We must laugh again… No one deserves a tragedy… We are strong, and brave, and innocent, and unafraid…We are better than we think and not quit what we want to be…We are the Hokies…We will prevail, we will prevail, we will prevail. We ARE Virginia Tech! ~ Nikki Giovanni

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      #3
      Hey,right on man! Congratulations...

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        #4
        Hey Congrat's Joe

        From one Indiana driver to another, you'll do just fine. Just like riding a bicycle.

        I recall my courtesy drive to get my "affadavit" from the DMV stating I was fit do operate a moving vehicle. Instructor took me through Carmel's downtown and back streets, then onto 465...he wrote "very qualified"....said I was a
        typical woman, talked the whole time... I was so Proud!

        Marsha/Queen
        Your life is what you make it, and only you have that choice!

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          #5
          I finally started driving again recently and it is quite liberating. I got tired of having to ask someone to take me to town or bring home bread and milk for me.

          Granted I don't drive far, but I still drive. I won't drive more than 5-8 miles from my house.
          http://official-linerider.com/index.html

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            #6
            great man, welcome to your new life. like you i didnt have any additional drivers training either, here in ohio. actually i dont know any crips that had additional training, we were all told by our pt's that we needed it to test, but of course we didnt do it. never a question at the bmv either, go figure.

            get in your car and go for a nice long ride......
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            c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
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              #7
              Hey, congratulations jOE...did I spell that right? Do you have any road-trip plans or are you just gonna wait on the van?
              Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn't know that, so it goes on flying anyways--Mary Kay Ash

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                #8
                All Right now !!!!!!!!!!!!!

                Congrat's

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                  #9
                  I was looking at the restrictions and noticed that I have have glasses, hand controls, a spinner knob, and an automatic transmition. Here's the kicker...I still have my motorcycle endorsment. hahahaha Now if I can only find a motocycle with all of that I will be set. I did think that maybe a trike would be cool to have.
                  jOE
                  www.nwiscig.blogspot.com

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                    #10
                    congrats jOE. You are lucky man. I am waiting for my appt with the OT for driver evaluation n training. Hope to get it sooon and get behind the wheel. I cant imagine i have to shell out $$$ to learn driving

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                      #11
                      shantanu, are u able to drive a car, if so just do it, hell w/ an ot eval, thats what most here have done i wouild imagine.
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                      c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
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                        #12
                        I was not going to let this sci take away the joy of teaching my son how to drive. It has already taken so much from me already. He went for eval and that was it. Then it was me and him on the roads. Pass his test frist time out. Good luck Joe and congrs on passing.
                        "When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. That's my religion." — Abraham Lincoln

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                          #13
                          Congrats, I had the same 16 year old feeling when the trooper told me I passed. One of the most liberating and independent feelings I have is driving my car. Congrats again, wonderful news.

                          Bob, C5/6 April 25, 2002

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                            #14
                            Congrats jOE! When I got mine again I couldn't stop looking at it for like a week cuz I was so happy

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                              #15
                              that is so cool. feels good, huh?
                              May the fetus you save be gay

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