QUOTE (bOnEs @ Feb 10 2011, 05:04 PM)
fuck you, i was drunk when i posted that...
@demon - no, get them out of here... i am sick of getting stuck behind someone driving 5 MPH in a 45 MPH zone... even in michigan, where you should be used to driving in snow, you still get the people that are afraid to give it a little gas for fear of slipping... when in fact, driving slower causes you to slide or get stuck in a drift...
i get right up on peoples asses when they do that, just to put a little more fear into them... "why is driving so close to me?!?! if i have to stop he'll run right into me!!!!"...
May work if your vehicle is above a certain size. But watch out for people who want
you to dent their rear bumper.
QUOTE (TreeFitty @ Feb 10 2011, 08:09 PM)
^same. I put my truck in 4 wheel and keep going the speed limit.
@demon- it was much more snow than usual. South Carolina (I think it was) stopped for 1 inch. We had feet up here.
4 wheel? 4 wheel drive aka 4WD?
This time there was more snow than usual and the problems was bigger than usual of course, but what I said was also meant in general. It happens a few times every winter. And 1 foot of snow is just 1 foot. It slows everything down, but it's no excuse to cause chaos if people use winter tyres and have seen winter before.