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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    In my experience you people have very clean cars.
    So very true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    In my experience you people have very clean cars.
    I wouldn't be so sure .. Granted i have been saying for weeks that i'll clean my car (inside and out) but i haven't got round to it yet .. IT'S BORING.

    I think the fact my car is dirty adds to its originality.

    Recently a bloke who washes cars asked me if i wanted it washing whilst i did the shopping .. I thought it was rather rude .. I was going to ask him in a joking manner 'Are you suggesting my car is dirty?' Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    The worst is a conversation like this:

    Me: Here's the street. Am I making a left turn?
    Passenger: Right.
    Me: Right?
    Passenger: Left.
    Me: Crash into a wall

    LOL please say "correct" instead of "right" in this instance. Bad enough I have to figure out which hand I write with in order to prepare for the turn. Saying right will kill me.
    I've had someone try giving me turn by turn directions before, this is usually what they do... although I don't crash into any walls. lol
    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    In my experience you people have very clean cars.
    I don't leave trash in it if that's what you mean. But I don't wash it or vacuum it often.


    As far as driving goes, I'm a pretty good driver. I know my limits though. I've never had a ticket and I don't follow all the rules. I sometimes race people on the highway, other than that, I typically keep it about 5mph over what's posted.
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    I find your driving very accurate and decisive.
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    When I first started driving, I had a 1995 Cadillac Elderado. The thing had a mini-V8 engine and was built with mostly metal so the damn thing was practically a missile on the road. I am SO glad I didn't kill anybody because I drove like a bat out of hell.

    However, after getting pulled over numerous times, I got to the point to where I am now to where I always try to drive the speed limit and to hell with everyone else!
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    I don't have a license, and I'm not even planning getting one anytime soon. The reason is I don't like driving a car. Or perhaps I'm just afraid of driving it.

    I use public transport a lot, and I also like bicycling every time it's possible.. Bicycles are so much more comfortable, as you don't have to pay attention to rules, driving lanes, traffic signs and parking. Plus it's good exercise too. And very economical.

    But probably I have to get the license if I'm to have a family... you can't carry your family on a bicycle.

    If I'd have a license, I'd guess I'd be an average driving, since I'm all too prone to daydream... but at least I pay attention to rules.
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    I don't drive, I'm scared to.
    I know how emotional I can get sometimes, and I think I'm definitely a good candidate for 'road rage' if/when surrounded by idiotic drivers - and lets face it, there are a lot of them out there.
    Also probably doesn't helped that I wrecked a friends car once while he was teaching me the ropes. :/

    yeah...

    Malice in the driver's seat is probably a bad idea.
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    I had the pleasure of witnessing my ESTJ cousin almost get into a wreck when I was visiting him last weekend!

    He drives fast and rather aggressively and he nearly rear-ended not one but two cars when they suddenly braked to turn. But he was so friggin' cool about it--he calmly checked the rear-view mirror and swerved to the left at the very last second.

    I have to say that I was disappointed--I was really looking forward to gleefully pouncing on him for doing something WRONG.

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    So I caved and am prolly going to register for formal driving lessons this week.

    Eep! :/
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    ^^^ Yayyyy, good for you.

    I officially hit my first car on Thursday. I was so embarressed and incredibly tired. No damage done though, i just bumped his tow bar

    Also waiting to see if a speeding fine comes through my letter box in the next few days .. I am not sure what the speed limit is on a dual carriageway but i'm sure it's not 92mph.

    EDIT - Just checked .. It's 70 .. Opppssss.

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