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Old 06-27-2005, 03:02 PM   #11
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yeah thats unfortunate....but it could've been worse...like a busted windshield....
worse road debris case for me {other than rocks making their mark in my windshield} was a random trash can lid in the middle of the road....it was a black plastic lid and it was nighttime so i didn't see it. I had actually just changed into the lane that it was in and couldn't swerve cuz cars were around. It left some marks on the ground effects of the passenger'* side, but they came right off with the wash....i was happy....acutally laughed about it later on...cuz who hits a trash can lid??
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