We're not living right on top of each other. We just drive right on top of each other.
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Aggressive and rude driving and behavior in your area
Posted 25 June 2019 - 10:55 AM
Posted 25 June 2019 - 03:50 PM
Yes and surprisingly the only wrecks I ever had in GA were when I hit a dog. No other accidents happened the 8 years i lived in GA. The cops even told me to be glad I hit a dog and not someones car. HAHAHAHA. Only in Texas did I wrexxor. Hell the first year I was driving I had 8 wrecks in a year just driving to college on 1-10 to 45 in Houston driving from Katy to the University of Houston/ Rice. But I drove a tank of a T-bird And my damage was minimal compared to the damages I did to cars, curbs, brick walls, plants, mailboxes...
Posted 26 June 2019 - 11:29 AM
And dont get in a wreck while navigating potholes that can take your whole tire off, construction zones every two miles or so all summer (that look like theyve never been touched pretty much the minute the project is completed), and whiteout conditions and black ice covered roads all winter.
So, in other words, don't get in a wreck when you are in Michigan?
Makes perfect sense that Motor City USA is in Michigan, huh?
Posted 27 June 2019 - 01:33 PM
Within the first year of driving, I got a dashcam, and the amount of ****ty driving I've caught on it...at least once per journey, someone does something ridiculous.
Over here, it's foreign taxi drivers that are the worst, to the point where any time I see someone pulling a stupid move (usually in a Prius), the first thing I look for is the sticker in the window legally required by mini-cab drivers. ****ing idiocy usually involving slowing down in random places, being in the wrong lane and nearly causing accidents by trying to get in to the correct lane, or being what I call a last-minute wanker - overtaking a line of traffic waiting to come off somewhere and trying to force their way in right before the actual turn off.
I actually have saved footage somewhere of three idiots on a motorway blocking traffic because they were both in the wrong lane and were being last minute wankers and nearly causing an accident. I'll upload it to YouTube and link it here if I can.
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