I was nervous the first time I stepped into my dad’s truck to drive it. I wasn’t sure what was going to happen, but I tried to anyway. At first, things were good; backing down the driveway and all. The first mistake was when I went to step on the gas and pressed down too hard; causing the truck to jerk forward hard. But, as I worked my way around the neighborhood, slowly at first, but then faster as I figured out how much to steer and how much power I needed to get over the hills. Everything got better as I learned. As time went by, my driving skills got better, and I was soon able to drive with other cars. I was even able to navigate the small city roads where traffic appeared to be booming. I wasn’t able to navigate without my parents next to me to tell me where to go. The first time I tried to navigate without help, I nearly crashed. Over time, my navigation skills improved as well by memorizing the roads. I memorized road names and which roads connected. Currently, I’m about two weeks away from getting my driver’s license. I’ve been