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Old 01-12-2006, 03:28 AM   #21
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Congratz man!

Word from the wise, take the corners easy, I founf out the hard way back when I was 16....
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yeah dont speed either, I learned that when I was 16 as well as dont follow to close....but since 17 and up never had any issues with the law.
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Congratz man!

Word from the wise, take the corners easy, I founf out the hard way back when I was 16....
Yup, especially when there is black ice on the road. My bonne made out with a tree because of it.
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I will say this Andrew...when I was 16 and got my license, I was a very responsible driver. Between insurance, gas and typical repairs who could afford a speeding ticket?

Now that I'm older. It'* time to shut my mouth now...lol
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oh dont worry, i'm gonna be a safe driver. I look at it like this. My car and driving privileges can be taken away for: tickets like speeding, reckless driving, following too close, ect. Those are the laws, so i'm gonna follow em', even if my friends dont. As for being carefu to not to be in a wreck, i'm gonna be SUPER carful (everyone should). If my car gets wrecked, we have to pay to fix it out of pocket, which probably would not happen. Especially since you cant get new parts anymore. That would require junkyard parts, and then painting, if it could be fixed. If those reasons arent enough, this one is. You can hurt or even kill someone by driving dangerous. I dont want that to happed, or possibly lose my license for the rest of my life.
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oh dont worry, i'm gonna be a safe driver. I look at it like this. My car and driving privileges can be taken away for: tickets like speeding, reckless driving, following too close, ect. Those are the laws, so i'm gonna follow em', even if my friends dont. As for being carefu to not to be in a wreck, i'm gonna be SUPER carful (everyone should). If my car gets wrecked, we have to pay to fix it out of pocket, which probably would not happen. Especially since you cant get new parts anymore. That would require junkyard parts, and then painting, if it could be fixed. If those reasons arent enough, this one is. You can hurt or even kill someone by driving dangerous. I dont want that to happed, or possibly lose my license for the rest of my life.
Just make sure you don't forget none of what you wrote. I have seen too many deaths of young kids in my business & on the news and I don't want anyone in this club (especially) to end up a statistic. Just be smart and be careful. You have a very nice looking car-keep it that way
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