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Old 08-08-2003, 06:58 PM   #11
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Okay, who didn't see that coming?
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You know, you really don't appreciate the awe inspiring torque/power an SSEi can put out until you are riding in the passenger seat with your wife driving


I don't let anyone drive my car except my dad....well because he payed for it. Some girls have....offered me insentives to drive, but I say no becuase they are horrible drivers.
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my mom never lets go of the oh **** bar when she is in the car, I have to drive like a grandma when either of my parents are in the car. When im with my friends, i pretty much do whatever I want.

I've only let one of my friends drive my car, and only because he NEVER speeds. He'll accellerate a little hard sometimes, but always stops at the exact speed limit.
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Thats classic, but seriously i tell my parents to back off now that it'* my own car.
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Well the only time I freak out is when boo drives like 2 feet away from the other person or dosn't bother checking his blind spot and almost writes me off as well
Females seem to have a more accute sensitivity to not hurting their cars and other people.
Imagine that
this is classic where'* Hailey? I remember I let my cousin use my car to go out and party, well, tha next day I'm drive'n my car and it'* this pull'n type feel'n as I drive... I think to myself '* wrong with my car? honestly I though my transmission was slipp'n or somethin, so I'm drive'n all day like this and somethin tells me "Mista, check ur PARK'N BRAKE" sure enough that'* what it was needless to say I f***** up my back breaks cause of my cousin (WTF was she think'n anyway?) btw she rode on tha HIGHWAY WITH THA PARK'N BRAKES ON THIER AND BACK! so, that'* an 120 min ride to and fro........ but all ladies are good drivers
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this is classic where'* Hailey? I remember I let my cousin use my car to go out and party, well, tha next day I'm drive'n my car and it'* this pull'n type feel'n as I drive... I think to myself '* wrong with my car? honestly I though my transmission was slipp'n or somethin, so I'm drive'n all day like this and somethin tells me "Mista, check ur PARK'N BRAKE" sure enough that'* what it was needless to say I f***** up my back breaks cause of my cousin (WTF was she think'n anyway?) btw she rode on tha HIGHWAY WITH THA PARK'N BRAKES ON THIER AND BACK! so, that'* an 120 min ride to and fro........ but all ladies are good drivers

Oh give me a break...and like all men are good drivers!? This must be why women have lower insurance rates :o
As for parking break, you should have a little chimer going off telling you it'* on or at least see the big red BRAKE LIGHT that lights up in your DASH I've had someone leave mine on before (no names boo) but even this crappy woman driver was able to see the light and hear the chime LOL :
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I don't believe my brake has a chime. But i use it so very little that when I do use it, i forget it and try to move, cars like..blah, and then I take it off.

The whole thing about women having lower insurance. Men supposedly are at fault (in insurance terms) most of the time...but I wanna know how many times a woman (not all, probably not the ones here because they seem to know how to drive) hesitated till the last minute, pulled out and someone ran into the back of her and it was a man. I've had about 5 close calls were soccer moms are in a rush and pull out right in front of me so I have to stand on the brakes...and no I wasn't speeding. Then I also got side swiped by a lady in an xterra. Nice truck...bad driver.
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Well the only time I freak out is when boo drives like 2 feet away from the other person or dosn't bother checking his blind spot and almost writes me off as well
Females seem to have a more accute sensitivity to not hurting their cars and other people.
Imagine that
this is classic where'* Hailey? I remember I let my cousin use my car to go out and party, well, tha next day I'm drive'n my car and it'* this pull'n type feel'n as I drive... I think to myself '* wrong with my car? honestly I though my transmission was slipp'n or somethin, so I'm drive'n all day like this and somethin tells me "Mista, check ur PARK'N BRAKE" sure enough that'* what it was needless to say I f***** up my back breaks cause of my cousin (WTF was she think'n anyway?) btw she rode on tha HIGHWAY WITH THA PARK'N BRAKES ON THIER AND BACK! so, that'* an 120 min ride to and fro........ but all ladies are good drivers
Here I am! I have to be honest though...I think most (not all, but most) women are horrible drivers! They're generally hesitant, applying make-up or chatting on a cel phone, and slow. And on the original topic, I have only a couple of times grabbed the suicide handle, and only when my husband was mad (he drives like a jerk when he'* angry ). I have a high tolerance for what I believe is "safe" and I'm really only bothered by tailgaiting and a lack of head-checks.
Actually, in general I think my husband drives too cautiously!
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checking his blind spot and almost writes me off as well
I adjusted my mirrors so I don't need to turn my head back all the time.. and true that I now won't be able to see the side of my car ( but can't tell distance by the size of the object in mirror ) or the ground ( for backin up purposes ) but that'* why I always turn around when backin up instead of using ONLY mirrors backin up.. muffin.. :P

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Females seem to have a more accute sensitivity to not hurting their cars and other people.
Imagine that


LMAO.. that'* why I keep having women drive ultro slo in ultra fast passin lanes, cuttin me off, and being real pain on the roads.. true that when guys get into accident it'* usually due to stupidity on their part ( and they ask for it ).. whereas Most ( not all ) women is due to carelessness in their every day driving.. and claim.. it'* an accident.. I didn't see that 35 feet light post.. when I was backin up.. Muffin.. hee hee..

Parkin brakes?? yea.. I did that once.. and so did you Muffin..

Why are women insurance lower?? Cause its Sexist.. no offense to the women on this board.. but they become sexist when it'* convinient for them.. open my door.. buy me flowers.. pay lower insurance.. but yet.. later on they say.. women can do everythin better then a men can.. pay us more.. so on and so forth..
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Why are women insurance lower?? Cause its Sexist.. no offense to the women on this board.. but they become sexist when it'* convinient for them.. open my door.. buy me flowers.. pay lower insurance.. but yet.. later on they say.. women can do everythin better then a men can.. pay us more.. so on and so forth..
Femi-****'*! Dont you just love them?
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