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Old 01-18-2013, 09:44 PM   #71
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Try California, there are t any crazy drivers. But a **** load of idiots on the road.
Hahaha so true
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Try California, there are t any crazy drivers. But a **** load of idiots on the road.
Hahaha sadly we got both here and it creates a lot of accidents and traffic jams
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In Richmond its 60% old people, 35% people on their phones and 5% people with road rage.
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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.
Lol using your blinker is a sign of weakness
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I rode with a guy who was from NYC once. He didn't turn, he jerked the steering wheel left or right. He also didn't know what hay bails were sitting in a field. I feared for my life.
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Lol!

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On 93 south into downtown Boston is 55 if your not doing 70 your getting flipped off and high beamed by people.
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On 93 south into downtown Boston is 55 if your not doing 70 your getting flipped off and high beamed by people.
We got sh*t to do in the NE! If you don't, move over!
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On 93 south into downtown Boston is 55 if your not doing 70 your getting flipped off and high beamed by people.
Just like Cali
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Lol using your blinker is a sign of weakness
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I rode with a guy who was from NYC once. He didn't turn, he jerked the steering wheel left or right. He also didn't know what hay bails were sitting in a field. I feared for my life.
Haha New Yorkers are crazy drivers
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You want crazy? Come to Japan with that American Muscle. Drive on the wrong side if the roads with speed limits (nationwide) that don't exceed 50mph (80kph) and try to keep your sanity.
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You want crazy? Come to Japan with that American Muscle. Drive on the wrong side if the roads with speed limits (nationwide) that don't exceed 50mph (80kph) and try to keep your sanity.
Explains a lot why they love 4 bangers.
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Explains a lot why they love 4 bangers.
Hey 4 bangers can be fast lol
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Didn't say they couldn't, just making a general statement. lol
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Ohh they love them. A lot has to do with the annual taxes too. Bigger engine costs more.

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Japanese guy over here almost dropped a load in his pants when I told him my car was 4.6 liter. His was a 1.8 with turbo.
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Ohh they love them. A lot has to do with the annual taxes too. Bigger engine costs more.

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Japanese guy over here almost dropped a load in his pants when I told him my car was 4.6 liter. His was a 1.8 with turbo.
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Cali is crawling with ricers and idiots who dont pay attention while driving
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You want crazy? Come to Japan with that American Muscle. Drive on the wrong side if the roads with speed limits (nationwide) that don't exceed 50mph (80kph) and try to keep your sanity.
Went to Japan this past summer, wrong side of the road, high speed lanebis reversed and people fly!
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Yeah shifting with the left hand is always a lot of too.
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