I LOVE being able to drive. The day I turned 15 and 9 months, I was at the Motor Vehicle getting my learners, then at 16 I took my test to drive. I hated having to wait for my parents to take me places, then having to wait around to be picked up from places. Whenever my car is in the shop, it makes me appreciate the ability to drive that much more. Anyhow, I assume most people feel like that (at least all my friendds do) except 1. She is almost 30 and doesn't have a liscense. When she lived at home, her parents drove her everywhere or she'd call me and another friend to ask for a ride. When she moved out last year, her boyfriend (and roommates I guess) drove her around. She doesn't use public transit (bus/taxi/subway). Her line of work allows her to work from home, but requires materials that you'd need to purchase from the store. I don't know how she does it. I've only known one other adult who opted not to drive but his reason made sense to me...he once drove drunk and killed someone so he refused to drive after that My friend has never experienced any trauma and she even gripes about how annoying it is to have someone else drive u all the time and she wants her freedom. She says she doesn't have a phobia of driving, she just never got around to it. She always says she's going to do driver's ed or that she's taking driver's ed, then I never hear any follow up or whether she's passed or failed the course. Do you all know anyone like that? What's their reason for not driving? Just curious.