The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive #buzzfeed

1. Wistfulness:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“Wait, they’re already driving me around?”

2. Trepidation:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“Here are the keys…”

3. Calm…

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“Can you put it in reverse? Good!”

4. …and collected:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“All right, slowly out of the driveway.”

5. Gentle guidance:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“Hands on the wheel, please. HANDS ON THE WHEEL PLEASE.”

6. Loosening the reigns:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“Now pay attention to the signs.”

7. Constructive coaching:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“Let these pedestrians use the crosswalk.”

8. Advanced training:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“Oh no, the highway.”

9. Minor jitters:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“OK, now merging. Accelerate — accelerate!

10. Full-blown panic:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“Your left blinker. Your other left blinker!”

11. Reassurance:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“You’re doing fine. Just stay in this lane.”

12. Talking it through:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“Let’s try passing this driver.”

13. Getting the hang of it:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“Yup, that’s cruise control.”

14. Success:

The 14 Stages Of Teaching Your Kids How To Drive

“See? You got this driving thing down.”

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