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I Can't Drive Because of My Disability, But My Life Is Still a Beautiful Ride

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Every time I need to go somewhere I can’t walk to, I get in the car. This seemingly ordinary task is what many people do each day.

The seat I always sit in is the same, no matter which vehicle I enter. I sit in the passenger seat of the car. The visual perception part of my learning disability makes driving neither safe nor possible.

Being seated in the passenger seat, though, has enabled me to have a unique perspective on life. When most people hear about a person who struggles with visual perception, they think the symptoms start in the eyes.

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