It sounds like you have to change arrangement if you want to see your son. Why not just pick him up at her house. She will not need a car.
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You can set an order to show cause to modify the court order. Perhaps you can pick your son up since she does not have a car or license. You should try to negotiate a better arrangement with her and get the court to order that new agreement. It sounds like seeing your son is important to you. Do what it takes so you can see him more often.
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