I've been driving for 42 years now. I love driving. I always thought I was a good driver, but now I'm having my doubts. There's something about my memory and cognition that seems to confuse me at 4-way stops. If there are several cars approaching a stop, I'll lose track of who's turn it is to go. I've never run into anyone, but have had a few horns blown at me. Ditto for roundabouts.
Fortunately in the US, most intersections are controlled or the signage is clear enough to follow who has right-of-way. I've driven in Europe a couple times and its nerve-wracking as I'm not quite sure what's going on with traffic circles. America is a country that is easy to drive in, so thinking you are good driver here isn't really saying much.
I have taught myself to drive a manual shift this past year. I'd truly love to learn to drive a car on a race track, but I don't think people like me do that. I see guys at garages and car shows and the like and they are a gregarious, outgoing sort...or at least not painfully shy. I've always just done things on my own, so this will never happen. I like to think I could talk cars with people, but the fact is that I don't really know much since I don't talk with people. The sum of my experiences is just what I've personally done or with cars I've owned. I'm envious of people who have tried out all kinds of cars or owned 10s or 100s of cars, folks who work on them with their friends or belong to car clubs. I watch car shows on TV or YouTube and I used to think I'd be able to have some of those someday, but time is closing in on my life and I feel I am becoming less capable, physically and mentally. In 20 years, I'll need someone to drive me around.
So yes, I drive. Its one of the few normal things I do and forget all the other stuff I'm limited at. Now I'm feeling that will be going away before I know it.