Kwinana Courier - - Drive Way -

“That used to be how road trips worked in a car, right?

“We’d travel in a con­voy and all the kids would swap around seats.”

Lu­kich’s pet hate is the right­lane road hog.

“I hate it; they don't un­der­stand the rules and they de­lay every­one,” she said.

Lu­kich learnt to drive in a 1984 Mazda MX-6 she in­her­ited from her elder brother.

“It was a man­ual, so I learnt how to do hill starts and bunny hop. By the time I passed it on, one door was bro­ken and there were bits fall­ing off.”

Fam­ily, a key part of Lu­kich’s life, helps keep her grounded amid the high-pro­file hype.

Her ex­tended clan are “my big­gest crit­ics”.

“I’ll be at a fam­ily lunch and one of the un­cles will say, ‘did you choose that dress you wore the other night?’ or ‘why did you ask that ques­tion?’.

“It just doesn’t let up.”

Fam­ily mover... the Toy­ota Prado.

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