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Do you have driver's license? What car do you drive? I got my driver's license 2 years ago, it was a terrible struggle to get it during a the Covid-shutdown, but it was one of the best decesions of my life. It really improved my situation and helped a lot with my depression, gave me massive freedom to be able to drive wherever/whenever I wanted to go, without my parents.

I'm a poor wagie so I could only afford an old Open Astra, but it does the trick perfectly and cheep to maintain.


I have my license, had since I was 16 I think. Parents wanted me to get it ASAP so I could drive myself to school. I don't necessarily own my own car but I usually drive a prius.

Being able to drive is great though, I pity the wizards who can't. I mean I guess it doesn't matter for the hikkis at all but for those that go outside it's indispensable.


I get really anxious when driving in new locations especially when I'm lost. Like how are you even supposed to be able to drive in high traffic? I can't make lane changes. And that's with automatic transmission I can't imagine how difficult it would be with manual


Nope, terrified of driving so I will never get my license.


Went to a dealership, was told no.

Normals claim you basically just walk in, fill paperwork, give a down payment, and then you have a car.

Bull fucking shit.


yes, thought i havent driven in a decade. i just renew it every x years online and it gets sent back to me. has my photo from high school on it lol.back in high school i had to drive myself using mom's car and the thing's engine would stall randomly on the highway which terrified me. cars driving past me is scary. scars are loud and annoying and i don't trust other people. too much information i have to pay attention to while driving. i wish i lived in a place with public transportation that would be great.


If you can get a license you're a normal.


Holy cope, Jesus.

>If you do X, then you aren't a wizard

I thought wizard are about being a virgin, not fucking driving.


You drive to your well paid job, to hang out with your friends and go to parties but are TOTALLY a wizard because technically you haven't put it in.


Well, if you haven't "put it in", so yeah you can be called a wizard, even if go to parties and have a well paid job, stop coping and projecting.


I was a shut-in for 10 years, than I started wagecucking and doing nightshifts at a warehouse for like 500 euros/month to be able to afford the licence. I bought a 1k Opel. I'm now 34 year old, and this is all I have. I'm a virgin with no friends or social life, and all my money goes into gas.

And this somehow makes me a normie royalty? Okay.


probably can't get one now, that's why i renew it online every year even though it's from a completely different state. fuck cars and driving. i'm glad i got it as a teen though, idk what i'd use as a source of ID online otherwise. so much things require an ID online now, this past year i think i've used it 3 or 4 times.


Yes you and all other ones with driving licence and jobs are normal. I don’t care if you’re 40yo virgin even. Ability to work is sign of normalcy.


Jesus H Christ, that level of projection, bitterness and coping is unreal, must be a fucking crab to have that level of hate inside, mods, take this one.


My grandmother died and now I use her car even though my Dad technically owns it. Still doesn't have 50k miles on it yet despite it being built in the 90s because I hate driving so much. The alternator just failed recently and I had to pay $800 to get it fixed. I think my dad also applied for an extension to the emissions testing and then I just never went so I have been racking up fees. He expects me to pay for everything of course because I use the car even though it's not mine.


Guys how do I fix >>194007


My license was suspended for "medical reasons" whatever the fuck that means. So I can't drive even if I wanted to. Honestly I'm amazed how people are able to get one in the first place. The driving test these days is super difficult in most US states.


im not sure how any of those buzzwords apply to this situation. are you esl perhaps?



You just have to drive long enough to get used to it. It is good that you are anxious; that means you are cautious and won't be one of those dangerous drivers who change lanes without looking.


This channel just popped up in my feed. I am an experienced driver, so he is teaching me a lot of stuff I already know, but they are things that I wish I knew when I was a new driver.


Had my license since 17.
I drive a NC Miata and Evo 8.
I like cars.

You get used to it over time.
Just pay attention to the cars around you and try to keep a safe enough following distance without backing up traffic.


Apparently antidepressants slow down your reaction times makin me dangerous behind the wheel, so… fuck.


No because to get a drivers licence here i have to memorize 1000 questions and answers and i have terrible memory plus I don't want to just memorize things forcefully like ever.

I'd actually do fine on the practical part but the shitty quiz is deterring me from ever getting a license.


Now that's a BIG cope.


Cope, I take antipsychotic, olanzapine to be more precise, that supposed to make you slow and sleepy, yet I still drive and shit, you sound that you're coping.


>I take brain-melting drugs just to get through the day but it's YOU who is coping


Yes, he's coping hard, also, cope and seethe.


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cope this and cope that go back to crabs.is, you are not a wizard.


big cope
omega seethe
Mad for real for real
Bussin cope


Pointing copes is form coping, so keeping coping more.

Cope, seethe and dilate


Haha great posts guys


wizchan 2022



For real now, why saying that someone is coping is somehow tied to be a inc*l? Cope is not a incël word.


Cars are the biggest kyke cope
4 tranny wheels dilating at 70mph
It’s all niggers in cars
The WEF be like you can’t walk you must use electric car with tranny dicks up your ass
Cucked by Kyke ceo get loans like a nigger to buy vroomer fag box
Cars decorated to be LGBT propaganda im not driving your faggot mobile kyke
Seethe nigger faggot mobile
no cap big cope nigger tranny faggot


schizo meds, NOW!


keep up the quality posts guys! glad to see this site becoming more and more like 4chan everyday!


Someone's taking pol memes a bit too serious


carkike cope


Por favor, we don't speak tard here


*English por favor


i would have loved driving since i love cars since im a wee lad.
but but ill never be able to have a driving licence as getting a driving licence where i live is very expensive (we are talking about 2000€), take way to long for what is it (it takes 6 to 10 years to get to the final practical test if you are unlucky) and is flatout impossible you have first to qualify to the theory test wich means having to read and memeorise about 2000 to 5000 pages of uncomprehensible and usless rules and i could not stomach more than two month of this shit and i had to give up.
And that was just the begining the rest is WAY worse.


I lolled too much


>read and memeorise about 2000 to 5000 pages of uncomprehensible and usless rules
This, I don't want to waste my energy on this stupid stuff. But the driving itself(depending on the car) seems interesting


Use a bike instead


I use public transport



Very true I used to pull over because I'd have panic attacks. I would also show up 1/2 hour or more late to appointments because I didn't know where to go, even when I had GPS. It's only in the last few years after driving for 12 that I've begun to pay attention to street names. So now I at least won't get lost in my own city, but back when I started driving it sometimes took me hours in what should have been a 20 minute car ride. I still struggle sometimes being an aggressive driver, but I'm way better and less anxious than I was even 5 years ago.


Normies will never understand how hard simple things are for some people.


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>Do you have driver's license?
Yes, I've had one since I was 16, I'm 30 now. Growing up I had a family friend with a farm so I was moving around vehicles/equipment since I was around 10 or 11.

>My first car was an old Opel Astra

I see we're from two different countries. Mine was a 1995 Chrysler Lebaron, pic related. It leaked just about everything from the engine but it was great to put the top down on my midnight runs to taco bell between WoW raids.


I share your struggles. While I have earned a license and would appreciate the liberty that driving a car conveys, my fine motor skills are rather poor and I find the sensory input of roads—especially crowded ones—difficult to process.


It was very hard for me at the beginning because I was quite nervous with the boulevards, I was even giving up with that but after all I got my driver's license 3 months ago. It helped me with that kind of insecurities a little bit as well.


I don't have a license wizzie, and frankly if im being honest the thought of being behind the vehicle of a car is scary. i dont believe i have the decision making or consistent aptitude to be safe on the road. i freak out if i have to make choices too fast. even crossing the road is hard for me.

luckily my twin sister (no im not a wiz succubus! we're fraternal twins) has a car and drives me the rare times when i need to go some where. lucky to have family like that. otherwise i am used to taxis and missing appointments.


>otherwise i am used to taxis and missing appointments.

Unless you need to go places very often it's not even that expensive as well if you do the math, owning a car will cost you way more than taking a cab here and there.

I also can't stand public transport, I hate waiting for a train or bus and then being in that shit with a bunch of normies. Theres also a higher chance of getting into weird or dangerous situations at bus stops and train stations, especially at night and on weekends unless you live in a rural area.


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It's not optional living in a rural area, I despise it though. I would rather walk anywhere and it only costs me. I drive a 2010 malibu, there's no such thing as cheap to maintain, gas, insurance, oil changes, tires, breaks, taxes, it doesn't matter what you drive you'll spend thousands annually doing it.


Nope, and I never will.
The idea of buying a car with a 100% tax set on it by the government disgusts me, and I'm worried that either I'll accidentally smash it somewhere and pay out the ass or some retard will smash into me and run off before I can make him pay for damages.


Yup one fender bender would ruin me financially in an instant


I got the license back in high school, have owned cars every now and then but it's not affordable.

I know there was an attempt to scare off "autists" from driving, telling us we can't do anything right just like everything else. I managed fine but I've learned to be paranoid about the assholes they have teaching drivers' ed.
And I'm a failure at most things, was told I'd never be able to do anything like every other autist, but driving is really easy once you get the hang of it. If you never get that crucial practice it is harder though. When parents refuse to do that, it's because they hate you and want to cripple you, tell you you're worthless. I was fortunate that my mother at least refrained from doing that, even though she did a whole lot else to abuse me and tell me I could never leave.
Basically if you can play vidya reasonably well and you don't have any physical disabilities or seizures, you can drive. Being a cautious driver is not a bad thing. You'll encounter assholes on the road every now and then, maybe even every day in some cities, but you have to focus on you and not let other peoples' shit get to you. The worst are the ones who want to ride on your tail and don't keep braking distance, the way you would be taught in any competent drivers' ed course. If you just barely get your driving hours and still feel a lack of confidence, yet get a car, consider test driving around the block or quiet neighborhoods to get a feel for it, and stay in local traffic for a while. Highway can be somewhat nervous when dealing with merges and the high speed, since you can't stop without pulling over, and if you have to do that, it can be annoying to build up speed to merge back on.

I think now you might be able to get some computer software and pedals to resemble brake/gas and a steering wheel. It's not perfect and I don't know any good driving sim software offhand, but part of drivers' ed would be a simulator where you are to mimic the actions of a driver on TV. That can prepare you for some situations you would encounter on the road.

Worst part of cars is how often they break down and the cost of repairs if you don't know anyone.

That's odd. Usually if you have the money, dealers want to sell to anyone so long as they have a license. They're not going to ask about your driving history or psych history, but maybe in some hell states they're enforcing the ban on autists being allowed to drive (or participate in society at all).


Its kinda ridiculous to read about wizards struggling to drive when I remember most of you are talking about automatic transmission.

I failed my license 4 times before I got. I have a car now and Im extremely anxious about driving. I hope to get an automatic as soon as I can afford it.


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A car is necessary for jobs, going shopping, going to the barber, late night drives, vacations and other cool stuff.

I view carless people as trapped fools stuck in their general area, like some slave.


oh to be an american


>I view carless people as trapped fools stuck in their general area, like some slave.

You are absolutely right, I can only carry two bags of groceries that i have to walk all the way home with so i can only shop at one store that is not to far away and anything I can't carry I have to order online. I can't go anywhere outside of my area without having to plan it with shitty public transport and being chained to timetables or I need to go on long walks to get somewhere else. It literally feels like I'm trapped inside my apartment and town


Grew up without a car in the family at all and people are so oblivious to how easy a car makes life. Getting a car in my 20s made simple shit like taking my mother to the hospital 100x less stressful and hassle.


All of those except for late night drives are american-only.


Cars are good but what wizzies should stay away from is using their bikes on the road.

I was coming home one night from a 12 hour shift and a supermarket shop. I was tired as shit and merging onto the one way, the last thought I had before my accident was "man I'm fucking tired" and I took out a cyclist. I dragged him across the one way with my car and threw him into the gutter, blood was pouring out of his head. He was taken away in an ambulance.

I had to pay a $75 fine for reckless driving and the third party insurance premium, that was it. The third party insurance jewed him out of a payout by valuing his $4,000 custom road bike at less than a thousand dollars. I fucked him up completely and it just cost me chump change.

Car drivers can fuck you up and ruin your life, and suffer no consequences. I doubt it'd have been any different if I crippled him for life instead of seriously injuring him.


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I bet he was an anti-car redditor


lol and where should they be, on the sidewalk? this is not legal and a pain as a pedestrian when retards ride there anyway. I like taking as much space as possible when I am walking into one of those fuckers, or feigning not to hear them when they are coming from behind and expect me to step aside.


Bikes shouldn't even be allowed on the road. You know ancient roman roads were designed so that horse-drawn cart traffic ran in the middle and the outside of the road was reserved from pedestrian traffic. It was often physically difficult for the pedestrians to accidentally end up among cart traffic due to there being raised barriers. There were also bridges for the pedestrians that went over the cart traffic so they never had to cross the roads.

The romans figured this all out 1000s of years ago because it was common sense that people would get hurt if you had slow-moving traffic among fast moving traffic. Today our road systems are a cluster-fuck just about every where you go. Cyclist neckbeards riding on inch-wide lines with ditches or mountainous drop-offs on one side and fast moving cars on the other. Then they are so incredulously surprised when something happens. All the while you have random people that may wander onto the roads at any time. Much like an unthinking, dumb fucking animal.



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It's really incredible how being car-less at a young age puts you are a major disadvantage to everyone who does.

Without a car, you basically can't really get a job or go anywhere. You have no freedom at all. Probably why a lot of people on here end up as NEETs because their parents never taught them how to drive or bought them a car, so they're stuck as a NEET in their parent's basement due to incompetent parents.



That may apply only to America. The rest of the world has great public transit and no crazy 1 hour away from anywhere suburbs.

Great quote by the way.


american public transit is literal dystopian unless its empty. pozzed nigs and crackheads mixed with minority elderly.


>but but ill never be able to have a driving licence as getting a driving licence where i live is very expensive (we are talking about 2000€), take way to long for what is it (it takes 6 to 10 years to get to the final practical test if you are unlucky) and is flatout impossible you have first to qualify to the theory test wich means having to read and memeorise about 2000 to 5000 pages of uncomprehensible and usless rules and i could not stomach more than two month of this shit and i had to give up.
I have exactly the same problem, sounds like we might be from the same country. I have already tried and failed the theory exam a few times.
>The rest of the world has great public transit
Having to use public transport will never be 'great', even in a rich and developed country. A distance that could be traveled in 15 minutes by car, could take an hour by train. It's also way too crowded and noisy.


UK too


Public transport is quicker in non-American cities. A train is easily more convenient than driving thrpugh traffic and trying to find parking in the middle of a busy city. Even taking a uber is quicker than driving yourself be ause you domt have to worry about parking.

Im not a fan of cars but I must admit I emjoy a good night drive. Nothing better than cruising the lonely suburban streets. The proper wizard way to do it is with the radio off.


Would get a license but it's expensive and I'm neet, so for now I'm le average public transport getter


TFW every job even if it's like 2 mile away will want you to have a car


>A train is easily more convenient than driving thrpugh traffic and trying to find parking in the middle of a busy city
I guess it depends on the distance. If you want to travel within a city itself, public transport is fine. If you have to travel a long distance, I'd defenitely prefer going by car.

In Europe, it's common for people to live in a rural area but work in a major city that's much farther away. Let's say, 40+ miles. That means sitting in a completely packed train for 2 hours every day.


>sitting in a completely packed train for 2 hours every day.
equally as repulsve as driving as car tbh, but at least it's probably cheaper and as a neet i could probably manage that for infrequent but necessary trips


>equally as repulsve as driving as car tbh
If you don't mind being around loud people for that duration, maybe. At least in a car, you're alone.


i only ever need to do real travel like once maybe twice a year, but it is ridiculously expensive to take ubers or fly. its also expensive just owning a car, insurance, maintenance, gas, payments, etc. if infrequent squished public transportation lets me travel cheaply and without a car it seems completely viable


>its also expensive just owning a car, insurance, maintenance, gas, payments, etc

This. Got my first car this year and I'm realizing what a money sink it is.

>use car

>have to buy gas
>don't use car
>battery goes flat, have to pay for roadside assistance to jumpstart it

You pay for it to literally exist.


I normally post multiple lines without redditspacing, so forgive me for being brief. I didn't want to enter this thread because it's such a silly topic.
Either spend $500-$1000 a month to "have le car", or just don't register it and use for travel. That's like $50 for a battery and $1000 for gas from one end of The States to the other.
Personally, I'm just living at my aunt and uncles' and putting that $1000 (into crypto instead of cash) for buying a Lexus and then building a home gym; my spare time I'm dedicating to LEARNING LEH CODE XDD REDDIT. Having fun is having fun, but I've already solved all the issues stemming from my late teenage DEPROOSION through discipline and self-awareness.
I'll get a license after I have a car and therefore have an incentive to do so, otherwise it's not easy to get me to "do x thing, it's the normal".


What the fuck


You do crypto. You people still fall for that crap o_o


I see a lot of hate for crypto online and reading it its never anything that shows an understanding of the problems the industry are addressing nor how the tech works. I see many people say that it's just 'technobabble' dressing up various scams. But all this really means to me is the author went into the field as an outsider, confronted terminology they didn't understand, and then dismissed it as 'technobabble.' It would be like if I randomly showed up at an astrobiology conference and started claiming it was all bullshit whenever I heard anything that wasn't directed for laymen.

There is more to the blockchain industry than meets the eye. But if you're the kind of person to make out that anyone involved is a scammer or a mark to feel superior in your ignorance then you're never going to know shit about it. You don't have to invest in any of the tech to make money from it, either. You can build something and make money from it that way. Or work for one of the companies in the industry. This is a much safer way to make money than trading.

I think if you're a smart person you would be really interested in the deeper ideas in the space. They explore a new approach for designing systems on a technological level with added security properties. They propose a way to store and create value that doesn't require humans to regulate it and which has never been done before. There are layers and layers of insane impact to the tech that insect an multiple fields. It's just absurd to think that this all came about in a little over a decade. We have technology now that the industry funded that didn't exist back then. Like innovations in zero-knowledge proofs which have profound potential for privacy, cryptography, and technology. I don't think anyone understands the full details of all these new things but you can still get a sense of what it means if you put in the effort.


I know posting only one or two sentences is going to kill me one day if I keep it up, but I don't "do crypto". I invest in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Chainlink, and Monero instead of cash. I do this instead of putting money into savings, ie investing in fiat, because instead of losing 2.7% reliably each year, my checking account depreciates in value by over TEN FUCKING PERCENT ANNUALLY AND COUNTING. I don't have enough money or time to buy gold or silver each month, it wouldn't be worth my time to learn to sell on ebay for a fair price when it's time to transfer that value to a functioning vehicle.
50% of the coins on the e-currency machine at my job are shitcoins that everyone should even all know are shitcoins by now. Either put the time into studying what you should or shouldn't put your money into. Flinging shit at a man without even a name or face on the dark web will do little to remedy your lack of White children or success; worldly or even otherworldly.
Normies treat e-currency like gambling, and that affects my investments no differently than lottery users affect the S&P500. you still fall for that crap
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someone has issues


I'm anti-car. But I don't get on le reddit.


>He thinks this is the "dark web"


this isn't, but I can post from Tor


This only happens in that shithole called the US, in the rest of the world public transport is decent enough and most things aren't hundreds of KMs away.


pussy. i drive stoned as fuck all the time. stop being a little wimp


I learned how to drive F1 cards through video games
You can upload and watch YouTube videos with Tor too.


I feel sorry for wizards who can't drive. It's a real game-changer.


Driving manual is hard. I hate it but most cars are manual in my country, including the car my parents gave me. As soon as I have enough money, I'm getting an automatic vehicle.


What makes you think that? I finally got my car back on the road the other day after using nothing but public transport for the past couple years, and I'm not even in some dense urban situation.

Nice having a car again now that I do more than occasionally go to a shopping center or downtown to the government buildings, and not having to worry about sunday/holiday schedules and possibly getting stranded somewhere.


Enjoy crashing and dying faggot, oops sorry teehee.

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