Stacie Michele - posted on 08/03/2015 ( 2 moms have responded )
I am a 38 year old mom of a five year old daughter. Despite being highly intelligent-my IQ is in the gifted range and I was in college-level classes in high school and to this day take college classes just for fun-I have never learned to drive.
This isn't for lack of trying, I have taken drivers ed and failed it...more than once I am afraid. While I am wonderful on the written work, when it comes to the driving part I seem to not be able to do it. I have problems understanding charts, maps, or any kind of graph. I have problems differentiating left from right. This makes passing the driving part nearly impossible.
I have gotten along without driving fine, but now I am basically being told that I am going to have to get my liscense. How is that going to be possible when I can't pass the class? There is no way I have a learning disability, because my IQ is 160.