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Unique driving conditions require specialized training for San Francisco
Learning to drive in San Francisco has challenges unlike any other California city. For example, if you are driving a stick shift, you have a lot of hills to contend with that aren't an issue in Los Angeles or San Diego. You have to deal with toll bridges like the Bay Bridge and Golden Gate, and the downtown area is rife with cable cars, which aren't going to get out of your way because they can't turn. Lombard street has crazy curves, and Steve McQueen is constantly driving down hills so fast that his car flies into the air with every bump, then crazy old Mr. Monk steps out into the street after touching every parking meter. I'm not even going to begin telling you about how Harry Callahan distracts drivers, but let's just say that you ought to buy glass protection for your car in case he commandeers it.
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