74. Learning How to Drive in a New Country


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Having recently moved from her home country, Maria realized that learning to drive was essential for her new life in the United States. She enrolled in a local driving school, where she met her instructor, Mr. Johnson. He was a patient man with a warm smile, and understood the challenges Maria faced as a newcomer.

With trembling hands, Maria sat in the driver's seat for the first time. With Mr. Johnson's guidance, she learned the rules of the road, and how to navigate unfamiliar traffic patterns. She diligently practiced parallel parking, gaining confidence with each lesson. The day of her driving test arrived. She remembered Mr. Johnson's advice to stay calm and focused. Her hands were steady on the wheel, and she completed each task with confidence. The examiner noticed her dedication and praised her efforts.

Maria passed the test, her eyes filling with tears of joy and relief. She had achieved a significant milestone - gaining her driver's license in the United States. The open road stretched before her.