Janine Mars, 31, has spent more than £5,000 on 250 lessons over a 14-year period, She has been through five different driving instructors, despite the intensive instruction, Ms Mars is still unable to pull away from a junction without stalling her car.
She said, now the situation is so bad, she cannot find an instructor near her home in Chatham, Kent, willing to take her because of her poor motoring skills.
It is estimated that during her driving lessons, Ms Mars has driven the equivalent of a road trip between London and Perth in Australia.
Ms Mars said: 'Every year since 2001, passing my driving test has been my New Year’s resolution.
'I took a break after my last test in October but I want to do an intensive week course.
'I reckon that’s the only way I can pass now.
'The last time I tried to get an instructor in Kent nobody would take me because they know how bad I am.
'It’s as if I’ve been blacklisted. I don’t blame them though!'
Despite her inability to pass her test, Ms Mars has never had an accident and believes her problem is a lack of confidence.
'Driving doesn’t come naturally to me. I can’t quite master using both legs and hands at different times. I’ve had the same problem for the last 14 years.
'I’ve never had a crash or accident. Everything will be going really well, calm driving, and then suddenly I fall to pieces. It might only be a minor thing, like I miss a junction or turn, and I’ll be thrown completely off course.
'Everyone tells me I’ll get over that - but 250 lessons later and I’m still waiting.'
'Maybe I’m just one of those people born to be driven. I’m fed up of planning my life around train and bus timetables too. It takes almost twice as long as driving. My mum has promised to go halves on a new car once I pass so that’s even more of an incentive.'
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