Speaking part 1 Driving

The questions in Part 1 are on general topics about your life. Your answers are from your life and experience. There is no right or wrong answer.

Topic: Driving

1. Do you drive often?
2. Is there any public transport in your area?
3. Do you want your children to drive in future?
4. At what age are people allowed to drive in your country?
5. Do you have a driver’s licence?
6. Do you think its challenging to drive a car?

Q1. Do you drive often?
Yes, I drive daily. I use Scooty every day to go to school/ work. But to cover the long-distance, I prefer to hire a taxi or public transport.

Q2. Is there any public transport in your area?
Yes, both public and private transport services are available in my city/ village. People use different modes according to the distance and time means if people are getting late, they use taxis; otherwise, they use public buses.

Q3. Do you want your children to drive in future?
Yes, I would like my children to learn all the essential skills and driving is also one of them. Driving makes them independent and give the freedom to move according to their choice. Moreover, if my children know about driving, then they can save money also which they may spend on hiring the taxi.

Q4. At what age are people allowed to drive in your country?
According to the driving law, the minimum age for driving a vehicle is 18.

Q5. Do you have a driver’s licence?
yes, I have a driving licence because according to The Motor Vehicles Act individual without the Driving licence is not authorized to drive a motor vehicle in a public place. Hence, if you wish to drive a motor vehicle like car or scooter on roads, you must first hold valid driving permission in India.

Q6. Do you think its challenging to drive a car?
I believe practice makes everything easy, so, It is not difficult to drive a car. Once you learn about all buttons and controls of the vehicle, you can quickly drive.

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