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  1. gingervette is offline Corvette = Win
     
    Location: Kentucky, USA
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    Quote Originally Posted by ●Koenigsegg● »
    I honestly can't believe that someone there thought that you may even have a slightest thought of what responsibility driving is at 14...
    Some people mature faster than others. I knew what a responsibility it was at 14. It all depends on where you live and how your parents raised you and other things as well.
    U mad bro?


  2. Shy Guy is offline Car Aficianado
    Location: England
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    driving at the age 14 would be awesome.

  3. Jacob is offline Car Aficianado
      
    Location: Vermilion, Alberta, Canada
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    Yeah, i didint get mine on my brithday which is bacially the 3rd last day of december because i really dont want to learn in the winter. I was in vermilion but then i moved to lloydminster

    Redvette: My parents knew i was mature enought to take the test so they did :P

    Shyguy: It is but the thing is theres ALOT of regulations you have to follow.
    Last edited by Jacob; 30/07/09 at 14:32 PM.

  4. gingervette is offline Corvette = Win
     
    Location: Kentucky, USA
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatCanadianGuy »
    Redvette: My parents knew i was mature enought to take the test so they did :P
    Good, means i'm not wrong lol
    U mad bro?

  5. Brad_F430 is offline The Fastest Guy On TDU
    Location: leicester
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    wtf u get to drive at 14 and apparently in england 17 is too much of a young age to drive. load of rubbish, no thanks to these boy racers in their uninsurered civic type r's

  6. CobraDBlade is offline Bought a Supra. Tada!
    Location: Saint Louis, MO USA
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    my baybeh:

    http://img36.imageshack.us/img36/6440/0223091401.jpg

    no need to worry about blocking the plate numbers, those plates have been retired (and it's bent because of loaning the car to my sister who lives in Chicago)


    There is no such thing as too much power. However, there is such a thing as not enough traction.

  7. Mb
    Mb is offline The Photographer
    Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
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    F355 in a year or 2.

    It doesn't matter how much horsepower your car has, it's about the smile on your face when you drive it.

  8. Shy Guy is offline Car Aficianado
    Location: England
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mb »
    F355 in a year or 2.
    Your soooooooooooo lucky...

  9. Jacob is offline Car Aficianado
      
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad_F430 »
    wtf u get to drive at 14 and apparently in england 17 is too much of a young age to drive. load of rubbish, no thanks to these boy racers in their uninsurered civic type r's
    Urmmm abit confused here at you saying its a load of rubish im legally aloud to drive and lieing about the age or the insurence is a load of rubish because of the rates????

    Mb: is this another going to be driven in. or is actually going to own??
    Last edited by Jacob; 03/08/09 at 23:50 PM.

  10. Mb
    Mb is offline The Photographer
    Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
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    Both?

    It doesn't matter how much horsepower your car has, it's about the smile on your face when you drive it.

  11. Who
    Who is offline It's not a tumor.
     
    Location: Lincolnshire, UK
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    *calls bollocks*

    most drivers crash their first car within the first few years of driving... dont you want something a little less deathtrap-ey?
    Formerly Crazed Dodgem/Lwsbrck

    I'm not dead!

  12. Mb
    Mb is offline The Photographer
    Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
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    We have that already in the form of a Mondeo lol.

    It doesn't matter how much horsepower your car has, it's about the smile on your face when you drive it.

  13. Brad_F430 is offline The Fastest Guy On TDU
    Location: leicester
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatCanadianGuy »
    Urmmm abit confused here at you saying its a load of rubish im legally aloud to drive and lieing about the age or the insurence is a load of rubish because of the rates????

    Mb: is this another going to be driven in. or is actually going to own??
    no i mean its a load of rubbish that i have to wait till im 17 to drive and the insurance is too much here because of all the boy racers who drive without insurance and then crash or they get their parents to pay for insurance on a car they cant handle etc...

  14. t.
    t. is offline Retired
     
    Location: Southside, UK
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    Chill, you'll get insured. It was no different for the rest of us. The UK and Europe in general is hard on insurance for youngsters, and the youth of America pay more too, just so happens their vehicle insurance isn't as high across the board.

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    Then I woke up in France...

  15. Brad_F430 is offline The Fastest Guy On TDU
    Location: leicester
    Posts: 337

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    yeah but you buy like a crappy unsafe car just so you can afford the insurance but its still like 1600

  16. gingervette is offline Corvette = Win
     
    Location: Kentucky, USA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad_F430 »
    yeah but you buy like a crappy unsafe car just so you can afford the insurance but its still like 1600
    On the contrary, alot of small cars are safe. And some are quite awesome as well.
    U mad bro?

  17. shaan786 is offline Rusted Banger
    Location: st albans
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    i drive a ford escort rs turbo but sumtimes i get to take my brothers m5 out for a spin
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  18. Mb
    Mb is offline The Photographer
    Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
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    M5 E39 That machine is absolutely brilliant. I prefer it over the E60

    It doesn't matter how much horsepower your car has, it's about the smile on your face when you drive it.

  19. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
    Location: Singapore
    Posts: 2,754

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mb »
    M5 E39 That machine is absolutely brilliant. I prefer it over the E60
    Ditto!
    There's one here for sale!

  20. Beav is offline Sideways!
     
    Location: England
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    Anyone here drive a nissan skyline by any chance?


 

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