At the age of 16, every person in New York gets a chance to experience the joy of freedom by getting their learner's permit. But before you can get your license you have to practice driving.
Of course here in Western New York we always do our own thing, so if you grew up in the 716 chances are you got your mom or dad to give you a lesson in the Seneca Mall Parking lot, St. Stanislaus cemetery, or the Clarence High School parking lot.
Plus if you now have kids who drive, as I do, chances are you have taken to one of these places too!
Check out the 5 places every Western New Yorker has learned how to drive.
5 places Every Western New Yorker Learned How To Drive
At the age of 16, every person in New York gets a chance to experience the joy of freedom by getting their learner's permit. But before you can get your license you have to practice driving. Here are 5 places that every Western New Yorker learned how to drive.
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