It was thrilling! When I received my driving license, I started to think, can I really go in a long-distance journey? It was not long until my father forced me to drive anyway. As I recalled, my father once told me that a few of the school's teachers where he is teaching do have a driving license, but sadly, their cars remain silent in their garage. The reason? They're all being paralyzed with the oddness of driving since they has never drove a lot before. Being afraid that I may end up in the same sequence, my father let me drive the one ton Hyundai Trajet all the way from Muadzam Shah to Mersing, which was a three hours journey. My father did scolded me a lot as I was driving..haha
Before that, my family's life was 'jeopardized' when I drove them all the way on the Karak highway. Worse, it was my first experience driving at night. I must tell you, it was totally different! I really, really hated those incomers that put on their high lights or their spotlights just to bright things up. It disturbed me a lot. Maybe after a few years of training, everything will be just fine.
Since I've drove both type of cars; automatic and manual-type cars, I really felt ought to drive automatic rather than the manuals. One of my friend told me that a man should drive manual-based cars because it suited the taste of a man. Eeeh? Maybe he's true but I prefer automatic anyway. It's is so much easier and there's lesser risk that the car will end up dead on the road. I really do cares about acceleration but safety must comes first, right? Please, leave a comment to this post if you has different ideas about my thought.