it's the first time/for the first time

It’s the first time I have drivan a car.
Can we also say instead of above:
I have driven a car for the first time.?
Both the sentences are correct?

Many thanks.

Yes, both are correct!

Hi Saneta,

In the end they both mean the same. When you say:

you are emphasizing the idea that you have never driven a car before. Remember that the past participle is driven.