It is more worth learning how to drive, getting a driver’s license in winter. It is true that to learn how to drive requires a lot more difficult driving technique, and deeper practical knowledge to drive on slippery and icy roads than on dry concrete in glittering sunshine. It is a fallacy that it’s easier to get a driver’s license with good road conditions. Just think about it! When the roads are dry, there are hundreds of aggressive drivers trying our patience, while in wet, slippery, foggy weather the mentioned speeders are forced to slow down too, making the lives of the other possibly less experienced drivers easier. This is why if the traffic slows down on the difficult areas on the road, the driving student has more time to use the learnt techniques, more correctly in certain traffic situations: the calmer and more mature driving techniques come into play. In addition, the obligatory driving time at the driving examination, the minimum 40 minutes should be spent with driving. Therefore if the students have to drive slow at the traffic examination, they have to go less far therefore the pace of examination is calmer. In additon, the knowledge obtained under difficult driving conditions, in winter, is very useful, too. I have 23 years of experience in driving instruction, so I suggest every driving student that if it is possible, they should learn how to drive in winter.