The differences between driving a car is that it accelerates slower, stops slower and turns slower. The rest of the time it is identical to driving a car. All you need to learn is the difference in stopping, accelerating and turning. The secret is that you just have to adjust to the slow speed. When I drive an RV around town I discovered that to make a right had turn, like at a stop sign or an intersection, I keep one eye on the outside rear view mirror. Then pull into the intersection and when the rear tire goes past the corner make your turn. That will make it impossible to hit anything on that side like a curb or a center divider. You can try it out while driving a car to see how it works. Accelerating and stopping slower will be easy to adjust to. It really isn't rocket science, it is just a case of mind over matter. You have it all built up to be some kind of wild experience and once you start driving it will be hard to get you out of the drivers seat. As far as parking is concerned go to a Walmart and find a nice big empty section and park it a few times. You don't really need cones, it isn't that difficult. Just think about the thousands of big rig drivers you see on the highway. They look at a 40 foot motorhome as a sports car.