I still remember when the lady in the uniform giving me my driver’s test asked me to do a three-point turn.Instead, I gave her a blank stare. I had no idea what a three-point turn was. It was a couple of days after my sixteenth birthday, and I knew right then that I wouldn’t be getting a license that day, but the lady was nice about it. Politely, she explained what I was supposed to do. Next we drove back to the Clarke County courthouse, and she failed me.

Source: Voter ID and driver’s license office closures black-out Alabama’s Black Belt | AL.com

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