Shane Persian has taken to Reddit to share the pain and anger she feels over her mother’s driving.
In the post, she describes how her mother had to get her licence revoked for her driving, saying that her driving record was “so messed up” she was unable to drive her own car.
Shane’s mother has now been banned from driving, and she’s now sharing her story in an open letter to her community, in an attempt to shed light on the situation and bring awareness to what has been going on with the driving ban.
“It has been a really traumatic time for me,” she wrote.
“I have been working hard for years to get my licence, and I finally received my licence back today.
The day after I got it, my mother’s licence was taken away from me.
The next day she was driving in my name, I was unable do anything to stop it.
It has been so painful to say this, but I am a mother, and this is what we have to do.
I don’t understand how my mum could be driving without a licence, I am very scared.
It’s very upsetting that she could have done something like that.
It breaks my heart that she would have to drive with her licence suspended.”
Shane says her mother, who has been driving for 10 years, has been in and out of prison, and that she is still struggling to get out.
“This has been the worst year of my life,” she writes.
“If I had my licence reinstated now, she could drive and live a normal life, with her kids. “
She is so much more than a driver. “
If I had my licence reinstated now, she could drive and live a normal life, with her kids.
She is so much more than a driver.
She’s a very loving, caring and caring person.”
‘I just want her to be safe’ When she was stopped from driving last month, Shane explained to her mother how it felt to be stopped by police.
“They just stopped me, and said, ‘We’re going to have to talk to you because you’re driving a car, so you’re in the wrong place’,” she told her mother.
“You know, it’s really upsetting, I just want my mum to be able to be driving.”
Shani says her driving licence has been suspended because of her driving past history, and despite the police’s assertion that she’s not a danger to the public, Shani feels that she has been “traumatised”.
“I don’t want my driving to be suspended,” she says.
I just don’t feel safe in my own car, and it just makes me angry and upset that my mother is being stopped for something that is so simple. “
My driving record is so messed up, I can’t drive a car.
The police claim that Shani is driving with a suspended licence and they say that she did not stop her car. “
We’re trying to get our driver’s licence reinstated, but this has been really hard for me.”
The police claim that Shani is driving with a suspended licence and they say that she did not stop her car.
She has also been unable to get permission from the local council to drive and has also complained about her lack of money.
“What really hurt me was that my mum was stopped because she was a passenger in a car and then she had to go and get her driving license back because she wasn’t a passenger,” Shani said.
“So, my mum got a ticket, then she got a driving ban because she’s a passenger.
It really sucks. “
In her mind, she had been doing this for 10 or 12 years, and then they took her away for a driving offence.
I really don’t know how my mother could have been driving without her licence. “
And it just breaks my spirit that she had her driving permit suspended and then the police stopped her.
Shania says she’s trying to help people in the community who have been impacted by the ban, and is planning to make a video about her experience. “
Even if she was doing what she was supposed to do, she should have got her driving ban overturned.”
Shania says she’s trying to help people in the community who have been impacted by the ban, and is planning to make a video about her experience.
“Right now I’m just making a video that’s about my driving history, my driving problems, my problems with the police, and my anger and frustration,” she said.
The ban has left many people upset, and Shania is taking it upon herself to make an open call to change things.
“Some people are scared to talk about their driving problems or their problems with police, but it’s something I’m going to do to get everyone talking about the driving bans,” she explained.
“People need to realise that police are out there trying to stop people