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'Morning Edition' Returns: Unlicensed to Drive

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Unlicensed to Drive

'Morning Edition' Returns: Unlicensed to Drive

'Morning Edition' Returns: Unlicensed to Drive

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A German driving instructor was involved in a minor accident. That's when police discovered that the instructor — who had taught more than 1,000 students how to drive — had no driver's license of his own. He failed the driver's test 43 years ago and never took it again.

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