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Happy or Sad -My Daughrter just passed her driving test

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
I have been so nervous all day - feeling sick and in a terrible state, was ok on my other daughter, but this one iss my 'baby' and she just passed her driving test, I know I shoudldbe happy but I am not sure, I have mixed feelings, dont like the thought of her going out on her own - anyone else felt like this!
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
You should not be happy you now have to buy her a car :)
#2
oh i dread the day!!! god knows i want them to be independant but its a scarey world!
im sure they will be fine anyway-we have taught em well!!
#3
Be happy ................... she will be fine :)
My youngest son is about to take driving test No. 5 ! :w00t: in 2 weeks time.
#4
waterloo
You should not be happy you now have to buy her a car :)


she has her own car - has done for 18 months been learning in it I never wanted her to put in for her test but her instructor insisted!:oops:
#5
snowtiger
Be happy ................... she will be fine :)
My youngest son is about to take driving test NO 5 ! :w00t: in 2 weeks time.


good luck to him - I hope he does well:)
#6
louloo
oh i dread the day!!! god knows i want them to be independant but its a scarey world!
im sure they will be fine anyway-we have taught em well!!


yes - we all have it to come and I guess after 18 months she must be ok - problem is she wont drive with me at all I freak her out!:)
#7
I passed on mine on Saturday whohoooo!
#8
snowtiger
Be happy ................... she will be fine :)
My youngest son is about to take driving test No. 5 ! :w00t: in 2 weeks time.


my eldest has failed 5 so far and to be honest I am happy, I know that sounds harsh but he would be such a boy racer!!
He is going to leave it for a bit now until he is older, and maybe a litle more mature too :-D
#9
octobergirl;2474114
good luck to him - I hope he does well:)

Thankyou ......... Oh I do hope so too this time ... I get the feeling he will give up if he doesn't pass this time .......... his girlfriend drives & I think he will just get complacent with her doing the driving !
#10
biff
I passed on mine on Saturday whohoooo!


well done and thanks - he has just gone out for the firt time on her own and I am beside myself
#11
biff;2474129
I passed on mine on Saturday whohoooo!

Congrats biff ... well done :thumbsup:
#12
i cant drive with my mum lol "you need to look at this side of the roundabout" "watch out for that car" "make sure you look both ways" "its raining so drive slower"
#13
babyxxxxx
i cant drive with my mum lol "you need to look at this side of the roundabout" "watch out for that car" "make sure you look both ways" "its raining so drive slower"


grrrrrrrrrr back seat drivers :x
#14
arrrrr i am having a similar dilemma with my youngest and that is only about her starting school. I am over the moon as i know she is ready but then the realisation sets in that they are growing up so quick. Still im not too bad as this is the middle child and it will be the next one that will really upset me
#15
my son passed his test last October-trouble is we cant afford the insurance for him on a car! To have him on my insurance bumps it from £340 to £2,900!!!
He is off to Uni this year (gulp!) so is working part time to get enough funds for insurance! He's gonna have to do a LOT of hours!
I know how you feel tho- I am worried about him going out on his own when he eventually does get his own car
#16
Yes and no. On one hand the tedious chauffeuring is gone and the lessons and the test, plus they can come and get you after a night out. On the other the other , they're not only out - unsupervised and unprotected - but they're out with other drivers. :w00t:
There is always something to worry about with them.
banned#17
Should be happy for her but I guess it's ok to feel frightened for her too. You got to let her go at some point and this is part of that point. :thumbsup:
#18
babyxxxxx
i cant drive with my mum lol "you need to look at this side of the roundabout" "watch out for that car" "make sure you look both ways" "its raining so drive slower"


you sound exactly like her - she hated me being in the car:?
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murie
my son passed his test last October-trouble is we cant afford the insurance for him on a car! To have him on my insurance bumps it from £340 to £2,900!!!
He is off to Uni this year (gulp!) so is working part time to get enough funds for insurance! He's gonna have to do a LOT of hours!
I know how you feel tho- I am worried about him going out on his own when he eventually does get his own car


yes my daughter wants to go to the uni about 45 miles away from us and drive there every day, my daughters insurance is only £1,100 in her own right with Swinton perhaps you coud look into it, it wa £1,100 whilst she was learning on her own car in her own right so a lot cheaper than putting him on your insurance
#20
chesso
Yes and no. On one hand the tedious chauffeuring is gone and the lessons and the test, plus they can come and get you after a night out. On the other the other , they're not only out - unsupervised and unprotected - but they're out with other drivers. :w00t:
There is always something to worry about with them.


exactly - thanks for undersstanding too - she went out at about 4.00 p.m. haven seen or heard from her since:?
#21
Thank you all for replying and making me feel a little better, this place is such a great sounding board, this morning before her test I wanted to come on here and write how I felt because I knew there would be someone on here that would make me feel better - what a great place this is.
Again thanks to each and every one of you for taking the time to reply X
(I just wish she would ring me the little ........)

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