Whenever any person wants to drive a vehicle, he or she goes to a driving school at first for getting the skills of driving. Driving school is an institute that teaches the rules and skills of driving. The major difference between seeking the skill of driving from driving school or from some individual person is that, we learn the driving in both cases. However, the persons that get driving skill from a well-reputed driving institute know the rules and laws of driving in much clear manner. such persons commit little driving mistakes and stay safe from severe accidents, as they follow driving laws. However, the persons those get driving skill on their own commit many driving mistakes and usually suffer from accidents. So it is recommended to learn driving from a certified driving institute. When we go to any driving school for learning the driving skills, we also face many humorous events that are highlighted here in the form of funny driving school jokes.
1. One night Rodney was driving home along a road he knew well. When he reached the Stop sign he slowed down but did not actually come to a halt, whereupon a police officer pulled Rodney's car over.
'What difference does it make' said Rodney, 'slow down or stop'. 'I will give you a demonstration' said the officer and starting beating Rodney with his truncheon.' Now would you like me to slow down - or stop?
2. A short Polish immigrant went to the DVLA to apply for a driver's license.
First, of course, he had to take an eye sight test.
The optician showed him a card with the letters. On the bottom row were these letters: 'C Z W I X N O S T A C Z.'
'Can you read this?' the optician asked.
'Read it?' the Polish guy replied - 'I know the fellow.'
3. At the end of a test in England one pupil got out of the car and said loudly "phew, thank goodness that's over and i don't have to drive like that again" - he failed!!
4. Betty was sitting on a lawn sunning and reading, when she was startled by a Buick Enclave crashing through a hedge and coming to rest on her lawn. She helped the elderly driver out and sat him on a lawn chair. "My goodness," she exclaimed, "you are quite old to be driving!" "Yes", he replied, "I am old enough that I don't need a license."
"What....NO LICENSE?" "Nope! The last time I went to my doctor he examined me, and asked if I had a driving license. I told I did have one and handed it to him. He took scissors out of a drawer, cut the license into pieces, threw them in the wastebasket and said, 'You won't be need this anymore.' So, I thanked him and left."