I think this is a great way to bring some clarity and awareness to the question of driving. It is not that we are not conscious of driving (we can and we still are), but that we don’t consider that we are driving. We don’t feel the need to go “on autopilot”. We know that we are actually driving, but we don’t really think about it and have no idea how we are driving.
Drives are part of a broader concept known as the drive cycle. The drive cycle defines how a person learns to drive. For example, some people learn to drive through the use of a car, other people learn to drive through the use of a bike, and so on for different types of learning.
The drive cycle is defined by the relationship between the learner and the learned behavior. For example, a learner may drive a car to learn how to drive a car. The learner may use a bike to learn how to drive a bike.
In the past, the first time you saw a car, you may have thought it was going to go to a shop, but you saw it go to the shop. Now, that wasn’t a bad thing, but it’s a bad feeling. If we think about it this way, learning a car, driving a car, and having an entire day with no practice in sight, it’s a good feeling to drive a bike.
Although I don’t have as high of a level of self-awareness as the majority of people on this website, I do have these drives. I can remember driving a car for the first time and feeling a mixture of relief, excitement, and exhilaration. I remember feeling scared, scared for the first time. I remember feeling excited for the first time. I remember feeling terrified the first time I drove a car. But what I could not remember was how it felt to drive a bike.
I think the reason that we remember these things the first time we drive a car or are taught how to drive a bike, is because it is the same drive, just as the desire to drive a car or bike is a different drive, but just as the fear of driving a car or bike is a different drive as well.
All of us have our own drives, and most of these drives are hard to unlearn. But what drives us to learn about riding a bike is the same drive as the desire to learn how to drive a car. The difference is that the bike drive is something we learn through experience. The car drive is something we learn from rote. In other words, a drive can be learned through repeated experience.
The new Deathloop trailer shows that drives are learned through experience, but not necessarily through rote. The drive for learning to ride a bike is learned through experience, but the drive to learn to drive a car is learned through rote.
Driving a bike, we learn how to control the bike in the same way we learn how to control a car. The difference is that the bike drive is learned from rote, whereas the bike drive is learned through experience. The car drive is learned through rote, but the car drive is learned through experience.
Some people ride bikes because they like the feeling of physical exertion, but we all learned how to drive a car by rote. So why should it matter if we learn how to drive a car by rote or by experience? It makes a bit of sense, but how a person learns to drive a car is a different experience from learning how to ride a bike.