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Old 09-01-2005, 05:35 PM
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I like how when ever i need out of a intersection or at a stop sign at a main road, a person with a PSD is always nice enough to let me go. I always do the same, i think us PSD drivers should stick together and help each other out.
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Old 09-02-2005, 01:38 AM
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I agree with you 03. I try to do it so long as it doens't get close to causing the tailgating bastard behind me to screw up my rear end. Sure it'd be his fault, but who wants to go through the hassle of insurance companies?!?! Oh, and I brake for tailgaters...lol
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Old 09-02-2005, 01:15 PM
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I aways had this theory that people laughed at me for. It goes something like this:

"I like to keep my trailer hitch in at ALL times so that if someone rearends me, they get that, and not the truck."

It just so happened to be a day that someone had laughed at me for saying that and I went to Cour De' Lane, Idaho, was at a stop light and a gal rear ended me...sure enough, not a spec of damage to me

So there you have it...leave that big hitch in there at all times!!!

and no one has laughed at me for it since!

And yeah, I am always one to stop and let the pedestrain go or the guy that has been waiting forever to get out during rush hour, when no body else will. People behind me get rather upset at times, but what can they do about it?!
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I'm with ya 03! I've noticed the same thing with the PSD's around here. I thought when I got rid of my Wrangler for this PSD that I'd miss the comradery Jeep owners have but I've noticed most PSD owners are like that with each other too.
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Yuppers, I am with you about leaving in the trailer hitch!! I was in my las SD, and was visiting out in So. CA. This smart *** parker so close to me, he didn't think I would be able to get out!! Hehehe. Well this jack *** had my trailer hitch masshed into his license plate, not one iota of damage to my truck at all!! Some people are just stupid!! I did get out of that parking spot! Why are some people just so thoughtless and careless?! I don't get it. I go out of my way to be nice to everyone. Anyway.......
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Old 09-05-2005, 11:10 AM
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I was out one friday night on my way to downtown Indy when a pack of cars that had just street raced flew by. One lone wanna be came up and cut me off, slamming on his brakes without any warning and I smashed his ***. The bad news is I couldn't do anything to prove he'd cut me off as it was his word versus mine. The good is that as hard as I nailed his ***, I only suffered a dent in my bumper, and a small crack in my grille. His trunk was smashed into the back seat, in the end I think it did 6k worth of damage to his car. Mine? Well...price a new bumper and grille and that's it! Less than a grand...
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