It's pretty hard - and expensive - to pass your driving test in Ireland, so there's no shortage of people in their 20s and older who still don't have a licence.
If you're one of those people, you might relate to this...
1. If you live in Dublin, you're at the mercy of the bus/Luas/Dart
You know all the routes like the back of your hand, but you can't count how many times you've been late or stranded because of public transport.
And don't even talk to us about Real Time.
Shoutout to the Dublin Bus real time app for sticking it to the man and staying in bed this morning.
— Debbie (@omgDebbie) December 14, 2017
2. If you're in rural Ireland, you're even more screwed
Public transport is basically non-existent there.
3. Your parents are sick of giving you lifts
And you have to stay on their good side to get them.
4. You owe your friends so many favours
Especially when they won't accept petrol money.
5. You feel like a baby
It's hard seeing teenagers driving around in their own cars while you're still begging your mum to bring you into town.
6. You're a taxi FIEND
If you live in the country, you're probably mates with all the local taxi drivers by now.
Meanwhile non-driving Dubs are stuck screaming at the MyTaxi app and contemplating throwing their phones out the window.
7. Your inability to drive is always hanging over you
Until you finally pass your test and get it all over with, these struggles will be a part of your life.