I don't remember much about getting my drivers license. Lisa and I made it into a day to remember. I let her skip school. I took the day off from work. Because in our house, hitting the road is a very important milestone.
I wanted Lisa to be able to look back at the pictures and relive the excitement she felt. The excitement to be behind the wheel. The freedom of the road. I hope she has a million trouble free miles ahead of her.
8 weekends of Drivers Ed, 40 hours driving with a parent.
Remember your first car?
Hi Dad, I'm at Dunkin's with Mom, waiting for my driving test appointment.
The waiting is the hardest part.
A most important milestone! Congratulations!
Monday, February 7, 2011
I ran into this article from a fellow Yankee Beemer member, Steve Munden. He is an experienced MSF instructor. It was pleasing to have some of my theories confirmed by someone with relevant experience. The Ninja 250 is on my mind for Lisa.
What I hadn't considered is riding it home myself.
I imagine it will feel like a pocket bike compared to by big K's.
Choosing Your First Motorcycle