Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 month ago

My parents are making me learn to drive can they do this?

Ok so I am 17 next week and my parents say as soon as lockdown is over I am learning is this fair?

10 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It's MORE than fair! 

    Next you'll "need" a car!! 

    My mother tried very strongly to keep me from being able to leave her domain easily. 

    At least your parents are realistic. 

    Most people need a car to get to university, work, etc. 

    You'll be all set up and ready to go. 

    I'm curious whether you're male or female, and which country you reside in. 

    In USA 🇺🇸 we have terrible public transportation in most places.  Some places, however, have no room to put daily commuter's cars. 

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    They should make you learn Logic.  That question has NOTHING to do with "Languages."

  • 1 month ago

    You mean you don't want to learn? How can they make you learn.

    No less fair, than the government making you go to school. Skills are needed in the world to survive. And I see it as helping you.

    Source(s): Doesn't make sence.
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  • 1 month ago

    You don't say where you are. If, like me, you live in the UK you're the minimum age for learning to drive. If you're in the USA I believe you could've started to learn to drive at 16.

    I'm intrigued by your question. I can't recall an young person of your age not wanting to learn to drive. I work with young people so do encounter a lot of them. The frustrations they exhibit are parents who won't let them drive (not common) or when they've passed their test parents not allowing them to drive the family car (quite common).

    If your parents are making you learn to drive I hope they're paying for it. If they're not then they can't force you to do it.

    I would encourage you to learn to drive. You may not yet realise how useful it is to have a driving licence. You're at the age where you start to become very independent and you'll find having a driving licence very useful. Plus young people learn to drive more quickly than older people.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    So go along, learn how to drive, then Fail the Practical Test.  Nothing too hard about that.

    You learn for the future, and you fail to get the License. You win the skirmish.

    By the Way:  Most socially adapted children demand their Drivers License (Freedom) at age 16.

    It is the expense of Insurance that is the problem. Who Pays.

  • Sandy
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    most kids your age already have their driving license. and if they don't they're trying to get one. your parents are helping you grow up. besides it's not hard. you should have learned how by now vicariously from watching them drive. 

  • Craig
    Lv 5
    1 month ago

    Well...they can't force you to learn something.  But if you live in a place like the United States (for example) and you aren't a devoted big-city-dweller, you really MUST be able to drive a car.  The suburbs and rural areas of the country simply REQUIRE you to use a motor vehicle to be able to carry out life's normal activities (like getting to a place where you can buy food, and to a place where you can earn money, etc.).

    It's for your own good.  You don't have to use the skill later if you don't want to.  So give it your best shot.  Decide whether you'll drive or not AFTER you've got your license.

  • 1 month ago

    Fair?  Fair is where you eat a bunch of crap and get on rides then throw up.

    They're most likely preparing you to enter the real world where you have to grow up, get a job, move out of the house and fend for yourself.

    Teenagers haven't prepared themselves for adulthood.

    Once you turn 18 they are no longer LEGALLY responsible for you, your education, feeding you or providing you with a room in their house.

  • 1 month ago

    How exactly are they going to MAKE you learn to drive?

    Besides, if they're paying for it isn't that good? Learning to drive is pretty expensive.

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