I am 24 and I have had a driver's license since I was 18. My mom and dad bought me a car after I got my license, but I rarely drove it because I went to another town to continue my studies and didn't want them to pay for fuel. I don't have much experience behind the wheel (~5000 km) but I always try to remain vigilant on the road.
Most of the time I go shopping with my mom or dad to a nearby town because neither of them can drive. They act as my navigators. The main problem is that they are always giving me bits of advice how to drive, and when I do something they think is wrong, they get angry and ask me what I'm doing. This is happening mainly while I'm parking or trying to exit a tight spot. I do it slowly and sometimes my dad pressures me to do what he says.
This behavior gets me anxious and insecure about my driving skills. I'm starting to make a lot of small mistakes when I'm not calm. I've never hit my car and I've never even touched another car's bumper while parking (I don't have parking sensors). I don't have tickets, either. I've already talked with them about this, but they don't seem to understand the problem.
I'm not sure what to do to stop this.