Driving Car Teach

Driving Car Teach

Driving is an important part of our lives. In most cases driving is absolutely necessary in order to get from point A to point B unless it is possible to travel by train or by plane (but then again someone else does the driving). So it is mandatory that you learn to drive and a small-sized application for Android devices called Driving Car Teach claims it can help.

Unfortunately right after you download this application and run it for the first time, you will see that Driving Car Teach is a complete lemon. It is a simulator but a very basic one and you can see this on the main screen too where there’s one button only and that is Play. Basically all you can do is use the vehicle horn and turn the steering wheel left and right but nothing happens as you are not even driving. Finally you can change the background picture and that is about it.

Driving Car Teach is an app that is for people who want to have the simplest idea how it feels to drive a car. It is just that and nothing more. It will not teach you how to drive, it will not show you what it feels like to be in a moving car, nothing. So if you really want to learn how to drive get some driving lessons, if not, you can show this app to your 5-year old boy and let him have some fun as in reality Driving Car Teach is only good for this.

Driving Car Teach resides here on Google Play.

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