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September 19, 2011


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DD's Diary

Well done you, Rosie, for branching out. My mother learned to drive in her fifties and I know it gave her a huge sense of achievement. X

Tracie Derner Driving Instructor

Hi Rosie,

We both appear to be benefiting from your driving lessons! The social media and marketing certainly got my mind working and you Rosie have been a big help in me making my decision to go independent with my business.

I too certainly left training to become a driving instructor until later in life, it didn’t cross my mind until I was 40 that it was something I would like to do, and I don’t regret it.

I agree totally, if there is something in life that you want to do, then just have a go!

Midlife Singlemum

Good for you Rosie - my best friend learnt when she was 45 and she now loves driving.

The Mad House

I was a late starter when it came to driving too. It has given me so much freedom

Avon representative

Good luck and well done on learning to drive!
I can honestly say that passing my driving test is one of the hardest things I've ever done. I'd happily resit all of my exams for my degree rather than have to take my driving test again! It took me four times and a lot of disappointment before I did eventually pass, but I stuck with it and I got there in the end. (And I'm now an okay driver.. honestly!) It was the best feeling in the world when I passed!

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