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16th Dec '17 2:05:26 PM Chabal2
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* Averted in ''Literature/ArtemisFowl'', where one character affirms that he can drive anything, be it built by humans, fairies or Martians.
13th Dec '17 10:46:55 PM Materioptikon
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'', Tatsuya is perfectly capable of driving MiniMecha, Zeppelins, and submarines. All before having a normal driver's license. Maya Amano ''wants'' to think she can drive anything, but no one who has ever let her drive allows her to do so a second time.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'', Tatsuya is perfectly capable of driving MiniMecha, Zeppelins, and submarines. All before having a normal driver's license. Maya Amano ''wants'' to think she can drive anything, but [[DrivesLikeCrazy no one who has ever let her drive allows her to do so a second time.time]].
13th Dec '17 10:46:03 PM Materioptikon
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'', Tatsuya is perfectly capable of driving MiniMecha, Zeppelins, and submarines. All before having a normal driver's license.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'', Tatsuya is perfectly capable of driving MiniMecha, Zeppelins, and submarines. All before having a normal driver's license. Maya Amano ''wants'' to think she can drive anything, but no one who has ever let her drive allows her to do so a second time.
7th May '17 6:44:30 PM xanthopinna
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* In the film "Legal Eagles" attorney Laura Kelly (Debra Winger), a New Yorker who has never had to learn to drive, takes the wheel for an urgent rescue.
3rd Feb '17 2:44:13 AM Ccook1956
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** In the comic book adaptation (Gold Key issue #2, May 1972), Hair asks Bubi if he had an experience driving:

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** In the comic book adaptation (Gold Key issue #2, May 1972), Hair asks Bubi if he had an any experience driving:
3rd Feb '17 2:43:20 AM Ccook1956
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** In the comic book adaptation (Gold Key issue #2, May 1972), Hair asks Bubi if he had an experience driving:
-->'''Bubi:''' Lots of it! I flunked kiddie-car driving training three times!
5th Nov '16 5:19:05 PM Hjortron18
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* In ''Film/StrTrekBeyond'', when the crew has to fly the ''Franklin'', a really old ship:
->'''Kirk:''' Mr. Sulu... you can... fly this thing, right?\\
'''Sulu:''' [looks almost insulted] You kidding me, sir?

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* In ''Film/StrTrekBeyond'', ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', when the crew has to fly the ''Franklin'', a really old ship:
->'''Kirk:''' -->'''Kirk:''' Mr. Sulu... you can... fly this thing, right?\\
right?\\
'''Sulu:''' [looks [''looks almost insulted] insulted''] You kidding me, sir?sir?
5th Nov '16 5:12:23 PM Hjortron18
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* In ''Film/StrTrekBeyond'', when the crew has to fly the ''Franklin'', a really old ship:
->'''Kirk:''' Mr. Sulu... you can... fly this thing, right?\\
'''Sulu:''' [looks almost insulted] You kidding me, sir?
18th Sep '16 1:40:06 AM BumMcFluff
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* In the ''Film/MagnumForce'', Harry Callahan pretends to be an airline pilot in order to thwart a hijacking. After seeing his incompetence as a pilot, the co-pilot says to Harry, "Excuse me, Captain, but can you fly?" Harry then says, "Nope. Not a bit," and disables the first hijacker who was in the cockpit.

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* In the ''Film/MagnumForce'', Harry Callahan pretends to be an airline pilot in order to thwart a hijacking. After seeing his incompetence as a pilot, the co-pilot says to Harry, "Excuse me, Captain, but can you fly?" Harry then says, "Nope. Not Never had a bit," lesson." and disables the first hijacker who was in the cockpit.
31st Jul '16 12:06:02 AM ClatoLawa
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* {{Subverted}} in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Bart the Daredevil", where Homer is dangling in a gorge and Marge asks Bart to drive the car, to pull Homer up using a rope attached to the bumper; Bart at first acts nervous about it, but then reveals he has his own set of keys.

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* {{Subverted}} in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Bart "Brawl in the Daredevil", Family", where Homer is dangling in a gorge and Marge asks Bart to drive the car, to pull Homer up using a rope attached to the bumper; Bart at first acts nervous about it, but then reveals he has his own set of keys.
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