You're doing fine! Just lighten up on the gas a bit.
Around my sixteenth birthday, I should talk to my parents about getting a driver's license. They can then teach me a bit about driving and help prepare me for the knowledge test.
Getting my N license
Once I turn sixteen, I'll be able to take the knowledge test for my Learner's License. I'll prepare for the test by practicing and studying for it. I'll need to get 40 of the 50 questions correct. If I fail the test, I can always take it again in 7 days, with a small fee each time.
Two more years of safe driving
Once I've passed the knowledge test and gotten an L license, I'll start driving with a supervisor (Mom or Dad). I'll have to have at least one year of safe driving before I can try out for an N license. I might also consider taking driving lessons during this time.
Getting my full license
I'll take the class 7 road test for my New Driver's license once I've had my L license for 12 prohibition-free months. Before I take the road test, I can study and take a couple of practice quizzes. If I fail the test, I can always try again in 14 days, although I'll have to pay another road test fee.
Watch the gas ... brake now ... there, phew!!
Once I have my N license, I'll be able to drive myself and one passenger around. If I want more passengers, I have to have a supervisor 25 or more years old with a driver's license of class 1-5. I'll also make sure to drive sober, display the N sign, carry a max of one passenger (unless supervised), and avoid e-devices.
Ah ... Finally I can drive alone!
Once I've been driving for 24 prohibition-free months with my N license, I'll be able to take the class 5 road test for my full license. Once again, l'll want to prepare for the test. If I fail the test, then I can retry 14, 30, and then, for three or more retries, 60 days later (with a fee each time). Once I pass this, I'll get an official, full-out driver's license.