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Old 02-06-2011, 08:40 PM
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When it snows people Instantly froget how to drive!!!!!!

i dont get it the second it starts to snow people drive like complete f-ing idiots

so last night on my way home... it was dark out, been snowing pretty good for about an hour just enough to make the side roads slick. i go to turn onto a back country road by my house and i see this Chrysler pacifica in the ditch the ditches are almost level so there is like 3 feet in them. man was it buried they couldn't even get their doors open (i wish it wasn't dark i would have taken some pics) their crawling out the windows. of course i stop. so i told him i can pull him out.

i had to dig down to get somewhere to hook on to. those damn things dont even have tow hooks!!!!!!!!! so i wrapped around the leaf spring shackle. i hop in my truck take the slack out. im in 4x4 i was just roasting all 4 tires. started tugging on it. glad i got a 30,000lb tow strap finally get it to move and i floor it. i got it but barely. time for some better tires. these dun-lop radial rovers are absolutely the worst tires ever. i cant drive in 2wd in the winter at all. he didn't offer me anything but oh well. it was fun beating on a Chrysler
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Old 02-06-2011, 08:45 PM
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I know how you feel man! A couple inches on the roads here and people are plowing into each other and the ditches left and right. I just don't get it I'm 19, and have never had any problems, accidents, or even close calls for that matter when driving in the snow, and I'm always the one passing everybody who are going like 25 or 30 under
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Old 02-06-2011, 08:49 PM
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I know how you feel man! A couple inches on the roads here and people are plowing into each other and the ditches left and right. I just don't get it I'm 19, and have never had any problems, accidents, or even close calls for that matter when driving in the snow, and I'm always the one passing everybody who are going like 25 or 30 under
same here. im 17 never had any accidents. i allways pass people lol. a straight piped 6.0 to the floor really scares the hell out of people when your passing them
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Old 02-06-2011, 08:53 PM
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I can imagine, those things have a helluva bark


Sad thing is I usually drive in the snow in 2wd to, no weight in the bed and still no issues!
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Old 02-06-2011, 11:04 PM
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good deal man, those things are crappy, how beat up was the car? lol
btw as long as he gave you a thank you thats all that matters, its fun to pull ppl. ha
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Old 02-07-2011, 05:33 AM
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good deal man, those things are crappy, how beat up was the car? lol
btw as long as he gave you a thank you thats all that matters, its fun to pull ppl. ha
car didnt come out to bad just cracked bumper ect. thats what was weird he didnt even say thanks after i unhooked my strat he just left. not lookin for money
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Old 02-07-2011, 06:58 AM
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can understand some people not having the money to pay you, but he could have at least had the courtesy to say thanks
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Old 02-07-2011, 11:17 AM
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Few years ago when I was driving to my ski house in my Jeep I came across a guy in a BMW 328CI (convertible RWD) with summer tires on in a ditch on the wrong side of the road. I had snow tires on the jeep and the roads were pretty bad so It was slow going. Anyways, I stopped and gave the guy a tug out and told him to take a different car north next time. Anyways, like I said I was driving pretty slow cus of the snow even with snow tires and 4wd. Well, maybe 10 minutes later I see the BMW in my rearview hauling ***, and the first chance he got he passed me doing OVER the speed limit in the snow. Bout 10 minutes later I come across him STUCK in ANOTHER DITCH. He flagged me down and asked me to pull him out again, he promptly got a H*ll NO, LEARN TO DRIVE YOU PIECE OF SHT and I left hiss arse there.
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Old 02-09-2011, 07:51 AM
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Wow I feel like an idiot. It was a Chrysler town & country( aka big *** van)
A car would have been a lit easier to pull out

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Few years ago when I was driving to my ski house in my Jeep I came across a guy in a BMW 328CI (convertible RWD) with summer tires on in a ditch on the wrong side of the road. I had snow tires on the jeep and the roads were pretty bad so It was slow going. Anyways, I stopped and gave the guy a tug out and told him to take a different car north next time. Anyways, like I said I was driving pretty slow cus of the snow even with snow tires and 4wd. Well, maybe 10 minutes later I see the BMW in my rearview hauling ***, and the first chance he got he passed me doing OVER the speed limit in the snow. Bout 10 minutes later I come across him STUCK in ANOTHER DITCH. He flagged me down and asked me to pull him out again, he promptly got a H*ll NO, LEARN TO DRIVE YOU PIECE OF SHT and I left hiss arse there.
Haha that's funny I would have done the same thing. People are so stupid i'n the snow


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