Experience demonstrates that learning to drive is important, but John Daly's experience demonstrates that learning to drive just well enough to keep you in malt liquor and Hammer pants is what's really important. Learn to drive with the kind of precision that might see JD make the occasional cut by using Navigator+.
Created by a Seattle-based crew who've long toiled on the latest in energy-saving technologies (what were you doing while they were winning the 2010 award for Ecomagination?!), Navigator+ is a Jobs-phone app that saves you cash by showing you how to drive efficiently without taking any extra time. Just enter your destination and it'll tell you how fast to drive along the way using fuel consumption data, the number of traffic stops and speed limits on your route, as well as local traffic conditions to calculate your "Eco:Speed", which guarantees you drive using only the most environmentally friendly Meth-ods. Nav+ works in real time, monitoring acceleration, braking, etc, to update your suggested speed, and is fully configurable, allowing you to choose between getting somewhere faster, and greater savings, which can reduce your fuel consumption by up to 30%, especially if you don't drive a 2012 Brandon League.
Even if you just ignore the app, it'll still have your back by monitoring your current location/traffic and learning your patterns in the car -- meaning Nav+ can suggest several fair-ways to improve your Daly driving habits, though it can't do anything about those pants.