When you get your license, your risks of crashing increase significantly. Suddenly, you have to find your own way, without the protection of a parent/supervisor or driving instructor.
Good driving skills are built over many, many hours of correct repetition in varied and unexpected situations. Part of the task of great driving is mastering the art of forming good habits. It’s easy to pick up habits from watching others and doing what they do; be discerning – make sure you are influenced only by quality driving habits.
If you’re not sure where to begin, focusing on forming good driving habits and working on your car control skills is a good starting point. Be determined. Driving – like football, maths or piano – is a complex skill that takes a lot of practice. You should feel confident that you will get there, but it definitely takes hard work.