Take another look at the sentence:

Dan would have __________ his new truck to the grocery store if he hadn't been so worried that a loose can of peas might roll around in the bed and chip the pristine green paint.

The sentence requires the past participle of drive, an irregular verb. Driven is the past participle.

Verb Simple Present Simple Past Past Participle
drive drive(s) drove driven

Drove, the form you chose, illegally combines the simple past with the auxiliary verbs would have. Before you continue, review the rules for irregular verbs.

Go back to the sentence to try again.

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