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Old 03-15-2004, 10:48 PM   #1
Understated
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Talking Not really a "racing" story but still funny



so yeah, as you guys know i only have My learners permit (G1) so i cannot drive alone...so today my dad and i were in this empty parking lot and i was getting a feel for the car etc etc(automatic) and what was funny was he couldn't find anything wrong with my driving His only complaint was that i had my left hand on the wheel and right on the shifter all the time (yeah i know it's like i wish it was manual )

anyway yea, i kept putting my hand back down and my dads like PUT BOTH HANDS ON THE WHEEL, getting pissed off i make a U turn in the empty parking lot and GUN it for the straight away...going about 80km/h ....my dad started freaking out telling me to slow down slow down...the look on his face was PRICELESS

had a lot of fun, can't wait till the manual lessons begin

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