i was taking my driving test when the dmv driving test started asking me if i had a boyfriend--i laughed it off and said no but then more questions came while i was driving--like if i was 18 which i am---if i like older guys, if my dad would let me date older guys and he kept staring at my chest while i was driving and especially when i had to back up the car. I felt extremely uncomfortable and when i was being graded after we finally came back to the dmv he wouldn't tell me if i passed or not be kept talking about how he liked me and gave me his number---he was in his 40s and used his power to manipulate the situation... I don't know the right place to report this as kept thinking about the other girl who might get in the car with him have go through what i did...
Report it to the DMV
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Good for you for recognizing that this is grossly inappropriate conduct. This should definitely be reported to the DMV. Good luck.
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