Do you remember when you were first learning to drive? Normal, easy things, like merging onto the freeway or coming to a stop at an intersection, were nerve-racking.
Which is why you had help. Your driver’s ed teacher or a parent—someone who knew all the ins and outs of those confusing new rules. They were there to remind you to do important things, like using your blinker. And if you started to make a big mistake, like forgetting to brake, they were quick to make sure so you didn’t crash.