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View Poll Results: What is your driving style?
My car is always reaching for the redline! 13 22.03%
I tend to be heavier on the gas pedal then most 25 42.37%
I drive fairly conservative but will race the occasional ricer 18 30.51%
This is our family car, and I drive it as such 0 0%
My grandmother drives faster than me! 3 5.08%
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Old 01-25-2004, 10:18 AM   #61
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I'm definitely heavy on the pedal. I've lived most of my life in BFE, NH...so how I started driving like a Bostonian whenever I encounter traffic, I don't know. But if there are bad driving conditions, I turn pokey...mostly due to a hideous incident when I was about 20, involving my Dad'* car, a patch of black ice, a fence, and several trees (to my credit, I managed to miss all the biggest ones). So when it comes to snow and ice, slow and steady, all the way...
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I'm definitely heavy on the pedal. I've lived most of my life in BFE, NH...so how I started driving like a Bostonian whenever I encounter traffic, I don't know. But if there are bad driving conditions, I turn pokey...mostly due to a hideous incident when I was about 20, involving my Dad'* car, a patch of black ice, a fence, and several trees (to my credit, I managed to miss all the biggest ones). So when it comes to snow and ice, slow and steady, all the way...
Yeah, I with you with the way slower in the winter...but more for me, it'* lack of experience (good or bad). I'm beginning to get the hang of driving in this crap, though. I can't wait until everything melts, and I can start taking corners like they are meant to be taken
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