I turned 17 in September, which is the legal driving age in the UK. I don't have nearly enough money to learn to drive though, let alone get a car and insurance
I hate money (or a lack of it).
It annoys me how some people seem not to have a very good concept of it, though. As an example, I go to college, and I get £30 a week from the government (EMA/education maintenance allowance) because I'm from a low income family. I use this money to eat, buy clothes, books etc., just like it's intended. A lot of people at my college, though, are from pretty well-off families, and a lot of them tend to get pissed off at the fact that I get money from the government. These people get money from their parents, though (pocket money) on top of their parents paying for them to drive etc., so to me it seems like they're either incredibly ungrateful or they just genuinely don't fully understand money because they've never been in a shortage of it.
To sum up, I think that in order to have a good sense of money and how to spend/save it properly, it generally helps to not have any.