I deliberately waited with my assessment until the topics of driving license, trial period and the time after that no longer played a role. I got my driver's license from Tossi at the time and can only say positive things. I didn't have to take an exam back then. Günther and Jürgen are exemplary driving instructors who always have an open ear, combine reality with humor and recognize the concerns and needs of the learner driver. Both driving instructors and my examiner made me aware that making mistakes is okay, self-reflection is crucial. Am I able to see for myself whether and when I have behaved incorrectly? Am I aware of how I should do it right in the future? Especially when you were a beginner driver, it was not always easy with the rules that some Wolfsburg residents created themselves. Nevertheless, I can say with a clear conscience that I have been driving accident-free in a white vest since receiving my driving license. If a driver (who has had a driver's license for over 20 years) asks me why I am not overtaking the public bus with hazard lights, I ask very dryly whether he knows why he has the hazard lights on and is not blinking on the right. The answer was interesting "but the others do it too". I'm just not the others and exactly this attitude, both driving instructors taught me in a confident way. I don't have to copy others' mistakes and risk taking a child on my hood. I see the additional sign "applies to .. meters" under the 30 sign and know exactly how I understand it, while other drivers drive 30 until they have doubts about their own behavior. I am very grateful to both driving instructors for just that. I became a safe, relaxed and forward-looking driver who learned to smile about the wrong behavior of others. Basically, however, every learner driver should call his conscience, no matter how good a driving instructor is, driving a car is up to you. You should learn enough (also in the driving school), not be afraid to ask questions and become aware of the responsibility as a driver.