Behind the wheel: Pelican Point resident Lucy Coppo-Andreone was extremely proud to pass her driving test for the first time aged 74 last week. She is pictured ready to take a spin with her proud husband Remo. Pelican Point resident Lucy Coppo-Andreone has proved age is just a number andit’s never too late to learn something new.
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Last week the 74-year-old successfully passed her driving test, moving her one step closer to her first drivers licence.

Originally from Italy, she and her husband Remomoved to the South West three years ago after nearly 50 years living in South Africa.

Mrs Coppo-Andreone said as they aged she felt it would be beneficial for her to have a licence.

“We are getting older and I would hate for Remo to get sick and I couldn’t help by driving him to the doctors,” she said.

“I’ve never had a licence in my life but one day I said to myself, I must try to do this.”

Mrs Coppo-Andreone said getting behind the wheel for the first time was a little difficult but she enjoying getting the hang of driving.

“I figured it was better to try and get my licence late than to not try at all,” she said.

“I kept telling Remo he had to let me drive him around and into town so that I could practice.”

She said all the practice made her calm on the day of the test and it went well.

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