OKLAHOMA CITY — You’ve seen him drive the famous “Stunt Driving School,” but how about he does the actual driving?

That’s exactly what he did for an evening on Saturday, driving to the Oklahoma City area with his son and nephew to celebrate his 80th birthday.

John’s driving college was named in honor of his late son and grandson, John D. and Robert A. “Bob” Dornan, and they were driving together for the first time on the family’s new family car.

John D. Dornans grandfather died in 2012, leaving the family in disarray.

After his death, the Dornas moved to Oklahoma to be closer to their family.

The Dornases also moved to the area to find a job, but in 2013, they decided to take a trip back to the States.

“The last time I saw John, he was a year old and a little bit shy and scared and he was just so shy, so I decided to go see if I could find him and get him to meet me,” said the younger Dornanian, a part-time driver.

“I drove him all over the place.

It was fun and it was an opportunity to have a family and to have my dad,” said John Dornand.

For a moment, John had the perfect family for a trip.

He was surrounded by his wife and daughter, the son and daughter-in-law and grandchildren.

But then the car went off the road and hit the curb.

“He’s like, ‘Oh my god, that’s so bad,'” said John.

“I’m like, “What is it?’

“Then we were like, that was the worst thing that ever happened to us.””

She was like, I think I hit the gas,” said Sarah Dorn.

“Then we were like, that was the worst thing that ever happened to us.”

The family was stuck on the side of the road.

“When you’re on the other side, there’s no help,” said Dorn, “and it was very scary and scary.”

It was then that the Dorns were able to pull their family back together.

“We took the family car, and I got my grandson to drive, and he drove to the house where I was and he brought his mother and his father and we were able as a family to go to dinner, and we had a meal and we just got together,” said Robert DornAN, John’s son.

“It was great.”

The Dornanes’ story is not uncommon.

In fact, they have been driving in Oklahoma for more than 20 years.

They say it’s a life-changing experience.

“You’re not only a part of a family but you’re also a family in the eyes of the law, and in fact, you’re a member of the community,” said Bob Dornanz.