Who can drive from women,from girls? I want to learn.I can a little.But I fear.
Neither one is right. Try again Leyla. I don't understand your question.
I got my license when I was seventeen, as did most of my peers, male and female. In the US it is extremely common for women to drive. In many parts of the country there is insufficient public transportation and driving is seen as a necessity. At my high school, driver education was a required course and most students took the driving test as soon as they were old enough, which was seventeen at that time in my state. Nowadays I do more of the driving than my husband does, even when we all go somewhere together, because he doesn't particularly like to drive and I sometimes get motion sickness when I'm a passenger.
Well, from all women drivers I've met, I think women drivers are usually cautious, but some are really reckness beyond imagination.
For example, my mom, got driving licence in her 40s. At first she drove very slowly, no more than 40km/h, I complained that even a motorcycle was faster. But she is very cautious, yet never failed to drive the car into a park lot, and zero accident history, which she was really proud of (while I got fined twice by police). She might not drive fast, but she can take me to the destination in time and safely, that's all what we need.
But not all women are that good, there're some women who sometimes mistake accelerator for brake, and caused serious accidents, or other accidents which were ridiculous. But most of them are good enough to trust, indeed.
Driving is easy. Men have more accidents, so don't listen to sexist comments. I'm not aware of any evidence which says it's more difficult for women.
you should learn drive with passion not for obligation...maybe it could help you :)