July 12, 2010 9:13pm CST
hey mylotter drivers.. im just passing by and i just wondered about the guys who drive cars and stuffs like that. and it come into my mind, "how can they say a driver is professional or not?" i mean you can get license or not but some drivers are just too skilled. so here's the question: how do you define a pro driver? is it by files or by miles? let me know if you have something in mind. ciao su.
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• India
13 Jul 10
Professional drivers drive buses, taxi cabs, oil tankers and trucks. I think they have licence to drive heavy vehicles, the taxi cab drivers need to be polite, well behaved ; if so people will brand them as professional driver, this is my view.. Thanks for sharing. Welcome always. Cheers. Professor
@Guit08 (597)
• United States
13 Jul 10
I would define a pro driver by their "files". Somebody who has a lot of "miles" I would classify as an "experienced" driver. Professional drivers have to prove themselves to have the skills on a professional level to show that they have learned what they need to know. An experienced driver on the other hand kind of just picks up those skills from experience.