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    Quote Originally Posted by Winds of Thor View Post
    threw the car into controlled 180 spins, shifting into reverse and parking between two adjacent cars (I wouldn't suggest trying this one).



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    Hm. Well, I suck hard, but I compensate by being very cautious. I lack a "feel" for it. Poor spatial awareness, no sense of direction, and easily distracted. I refuse to drive on expressways and very crowded cities with confusing streets (ahem... Boston) when I can help it, of course. I can't park to save my life, either. Though, I do have ADHD, so I'm not sure how much that plays a role in my suckiness. Hmm.

    My sister (ESfP), OTOH, is a sight to behold behind a wheel. I remember we were once taking a trip to NH, I'd look over and she'd be in the fast lane exceeding 90 MPH, driving with her knee while she talked to me, smoked a cigarette, and searched for music on her iPod. I'm white-knuckled and close to screaming at some points, and she's cool and confident. Now, she'd probably LOOK like a bad driver, in the sense of irresponsible, but the natural ease with which she can operate a motor vehicle is something I marvel at (same goes for her uncanny sense of direction. She's magically found her way around in other states we've never been to without maps or a GPS, while I routinely get lost in my own town). She can whip into parallel parking spots perfectly as well, where it would take me 15 minutes and a person outside directing me into it to achieve the same result.

    In terms of natural skill (does that even make sense?), I'd say INFx might suck the most. Sorry. But they'll probably end up with fewer tickets and accidents -- or maybe that might just be INFJs.

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    When I first learned to drive, I was overconfident. I wasn't a reckless driver but I lacked experience and had several minor fender benders and several close calls. The first time I learned to drive, I was backing out of the driveway and instead of going on the street, I just backed into the driveway on the house on the opposite side of the street and almost hit the garage.

    I guess now I'm a pretty good driver. It's been several years since I've been in an accident or had a ticket. I still suck at parallel parking and avoid it whenever possible.


    Quote Originally Posted by Tabula View Post

    In terms of natural skill (does that even make sense?), I'd say INFx might suck the most. Sorry. But they'll probably end up with fewer tickets and accidents -- or maybe that might just be INFJs.
    Maybe because they're more careful?
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    Cognitively speaking, Se-Dom or auxiliary would be best. They are practical and react well.

    The best driver I know is an ENTJ because he acts like he owns the road.

    Personally, I suck at driving. It's WAY too complicated. There is so much going on, I can't take it all in. One time, I pulled into the lane of oncoming traffic, which was scary. I'm also frighteningly unobservant. But then again, I haven't been driving for very long.

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    I'm a terrible driver.

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    Probably those whose Se is lacking. It's a co-ordination / perception / awareness kind of activity. I would question the original post's suggestion that dominant Ti is a negative factor. I know some ISTP drivers who are excellent.
    I know a bad ENTJ driver who just sees it as a way of getting from A to B and doesn't care about the journey itself, which I can't relate to at all.

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    Umm...Inferior Se,no Te...the answer is INFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unnamed View Post
    Umm...Inferior Se,no Te...the answer is INFJ.
    Where does the Te come in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJWakt View Post
    Where does the Te come in?
    Te is for deal with machines.

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