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Old 01-02-2013, 11:30 PM   #36
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there use to be a kid when i was in highschool that had a 3 train horn setup on his daddies dodge...kept blasting it past me and my friends daily (i was in a slammed full size truck and hung with mini trucks)...so one day i filled all three horns with expansion foam....best $8 i've ever spent....he goes to blow the horn and not a dang thing happens.
LOLOL. Best way to get back. Love it.
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there use to be a kid when i was in highschool that had a 3 train horn setup on his daddies dodge...kept blasting it past me and my friends daily (i was in a slammed full size truck and hung with mini trucks)...so one day i filled all three horns with expansion foam....best $8 i've ever spent....he goes to blow the horn and not a dang thing happens.
Lol thats awesome! Would of never thought to do that haha.
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Old 01-03-2013, 12:58 AM   #38
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Considering we all know if you have a Stang, every now and then, you have road rage. Figured out of boredom, I'd start a thread about it. Tell a story or some thoughts on road rage.

Last night, this guy literally backed up almost straight into me, at a fast speed might I add. Good thing I was paying attention and backed up fast enough. Idiot. Guess I was pissed 'cause I spun tires before taking off. Oops.
That just happened to my cousin in his 86 gt about 2 months ago. Was sitting at a stop light and the truck in front of him put it in reverse to back up a little so a semi could turn and forgot he was still in reverse and when the light turned green........ ball hitch thru the radiator
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The other day this idiot did a u-turn in a neighborhood enterance and without stopping pulled out onto the main road.. I had to cross into oncoming traffic to avoid getting side swiped by him. If you ever take a trip to florida, be sure to keep an eye out. Almost getting into accidents is an everyday occurrence
P.s for the road rage part, I drove right up on his bumper with my arm out the window giving him the good ol bird.
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I have a semi truck and its governed at 65mph. In Texas, the hwy speed limit is generally 75mph when I'm loaded at 80,000lbs a hill climb means my truck will slow down sometimes below 55mph trying to tug that heifer up the hill. People must think I'm some kind of smuck holding up traffic and then speeding up to 75mph on the down hill because the weight carries me. I get flipped off and garbage thrown at my truck. I've even had people flick cigarettes at me which is pretty F'd up considering I'm loaded with 7,500 gallons of fuel.
People vs truckers? People are always the jack a**es, people just don't understand when something is big and heavy it moves a lot slower
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Its other drivers that cause my road rage
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The other day this idiot did a u-turn in a neighborhood enterance and without stopping pulled out onto the main road.. I had to cross into oncoming traffic to avoid getting side swiped by him. If you ever take a trip to florida, be sure to keep an eye out. Almost getting into accidents is an everyday occurrence
P.s for the road rage part, I drove right up on his bumper with my arm out the window giving him the good ol bird.
Lolol dang. Nice.

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That just happened to my cousin in his 86 gt about 2 months ago. Was sitting at a stop light and the truck in front of him put it in reverse to back up a little so a semi could turn and forgot he was still in reverse and when the light turned green........ ball hitch thru the radiator
Good lord..... Dang.
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My camry has 273k on it and still runs like a champ with very few problems. I don't particularly like Toyota but damn are they reliable.
I used to drive a 2000 Camry, only had 100k on it but I sold it so I could buy my mustang. Heh!
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I was driving home one day, going 30 in a residential area on a one way road and some guy was tailgating me. I ignored it for a while but he kept doing it. I made some motions for him to back off but he wouldn't. I wasn't far from home and in no rush so going 5 mph sounded like a good idea. There was no where for him to go around me. He was not happy. Lol
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I was driving home one day, going 30 in a residential area on a one way road and some guy was tailgating me. I ignored it for a while but he kept doing it. I made some motions for him to back off but he wouldn't. I wasn't far from home and in no rush so going 5 mph sounded like a good idea. There was no where for him to go around me. He was not happy. Lol
Haha. Good idea. Woulda done the same thing.
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I was driving home one day, going 30 in a residential area on a one way road and some guy was tailgating me. I ignored it for a while but he kept doing it. I made some motions for him to back off but he wouldn't. I wasn't far from home and in no rush so going 5 mph sounded like a good idea. There was no where for him to go around me. He was not happy. Lol
I've def done that before.
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Omg that always happens to me and I feel like they do it because I'm driving a mustang.pisses me off.
Right I think they do it on purpose too. They act the they own the road because they have a high MPG car lol
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People vs truckers? People are always the jack a**es, people just don't understand when something is big and heavy it moves a lot slower
They only time I get mad at truckers is when one cuts me off getting in the left lane to pass another trucker. Had to slam on the breaks several times on my trip from Florida to Louisiana yesterday to keep from being hit by their back wheels. I know I wasn't in their blind spots because I could see their faces in their side mirrors haha.
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They only time I get mad at truckers is when one cuts me off getting in the left lane to pass another trucker. Had to slam on the breaks several times on my trip from Florida to Louisiana yesterday to keep from being hit by their back wheels. I know I wasn't in their blind spots because I could see their faces in their side mirrors haha.
Those are the ones that gives the goods the bad name, but sometimes they do it so they wont lose momentum, , takes longer to catch up than it does for 4 wheelers
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Those are the ones that gives the goods the bad name, but sometimes they do it so they wont lose momentum, , takes longer to catch up than it does for 4 wheelers
Yeah but it's not something to do when it could possibly hurt someone that's in a much smaller vehicle lol. Luckily I'm on my toes when driving around semis.
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Yeah but it's not something to do when it could possibly hurt someone that's in a much smaller vehicle lol. Luckily I'm on my toes when driving around semis.
Oh no of course not, plus 18 wheelers are professional drivers they should know better,, but still dont test em (not you im just saying in general) a lot of them can be a holes just for that fact ,,18 vs 4 yeah seems like more wheels bigger nads, tisk tisk
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Yeah I usually brush it off, back off, and wait for them to move over
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I was driving home from work one day. There was an SUV on the lane next to me. We were side by side. Suddenly, the SUV decided to switch lanes without even realizing I was right next to her.

She was merging left while looking at her right :/

I honked, and accelerated before she could hit me. Looked out my rear view mirror in time to see her swiftly veer back to her previous lane. People just don't pay attention....
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I was driving home from work one day. There was an SUV on the lane next to me. We were side by side. Suddenly, the SUV decided to switch lanes without even realizing I was right next to her.

She was merging left while looking at her right :/

I honked, and accelerated before she could hit me. Looked out my rear view mirror in time to see her swiftly veer back to her previous lane. People just don't pay attention....
Then I would have followed her a lil bit to scare her.hahaha.
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Then I would have followed her a lil bit to scare her.hahaha.
lol Sometimes the V8 roar is all it takes to make another driver jump, especially when that driver had the windows down
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lol Sometimes the V8 roar is all it takes to make another driver jump, especially when that driver had the windows down
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I get serious road rage, sometimes i go out of my way and follow people if they piss me off enough. Its mostly in the truck though, if i drive the sonata i don't usually get it.
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Can't say I go out of my way, but I did run someone off the road because they started racing me so I couldn't pass them.
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i like when im doing 10 over the speed limit and some F****r in a prius always hast to fly by me and get in front of me to go 5 below the speed limit. its literally happened to me at least 10 times like wtf
I'm glad this happens to somebody besides me.... Little Prius mother f-----s
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Yeah. I've noticed that my car makes me a bit of an *** on the road.
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Yeah. I've noticed that my car makes me a bit of an *** on the road.
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One word: Massachusetts lol
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Bahahaha one word texas.lol.
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Bahahaha one word texas.lol.
Lol Texas is a lot better than the Florida Panhandle
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Lol Texas is a lot better than the Florida Panhandle
True but texas had some crazy drivers.
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Lol Texas is a lot better than the Florida Panhandle
I would take Panama City Beach over Dallas any day.

A couple of years ago I went to Boston for a weekend. Those were by far the most insane drivers I have ever seen. Red lights and speed limits are merely a suggestion there.
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I would take Panama City Beach over Dallas any day.

A couple of years ago I went to Boston for a weekend. Those were by far the most insane drivers I have ever seen. Red lights and speed limits are merely a suggestion there.
I love dallas cuz they have so many freeways.I miss living there.
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Try California, there arent any crazy drivers. But a **** load of idiots on the road.
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