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Peter Parker takes his driving test in new Spider-Man: Homecoming spot

Peter Parker is many things– superhero, top student, solid friend. However, from a new TV spot for Spider-Man: Homecoming and Audi, he appears to be missing one important skill– he is not a natural driver.

The clip begins with Peter sitting in a driver's instructor's office, watching a video someone took of him online crashing a car as he tries to drive after a criminal. This is where the driver's instructor, played by J.B. Smoove, comes in, calling for "Parker Peter" to come take his test. 

Peter has a pretty sweet ride to take his test in, a prototype of the new Audi courtesy of Tony Stark. (Smoove wishes he had a friend named Tony, as well all do.) The car ends up being a big help for Peter, who doesn't appear to take as naturally to driving as he does to web-slinging. "Don't be a hero," Smoove tells him as he speeds up to pass another car. "Superhero," Peter mutters.

They finally make it to the grand finale, parallel parking, which Peter is able to do with his hands off the wheel thanks to the car's features. "I guess turning the wheel is too much for you kids nowadays, huh," Smoove says. Peter ends up getting a bit distracted, though, as Smoove tallies up the score, stopping a group of bad guys who just robbed a local bank. In the end, though, the hero passes the test, despite some of his more questionable driving decisions.

Tom Holland will play the web-slinger in the upcoming Homecoming, which also stars Robert Downey Jr., Jon Favreau, Michael Keaton, Marisa Tomei, Jacob Batalon, Zendaya, and Donald Glover. Jon Watts directs based on a script from Watts, John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein, Christopher Ford, Chris McKenna, and Erik Sommers. The movie is due out July 7, but, if you're super pumped, you can already pick up your tickets now. While we wait for Peter to swing back into theaters, see why Homecoming will be better than you think.