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The Branch That Damaged My Car

I'm glad the car wasn't in it's normal spot - five feet further forwards or the windshield would've been smashed.

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LampLover84   [Dec 23, 2013 at 10:05 PM]
LampLover84
Sorry about the car
but its cool that you drive an older Ford Crown Victoria is it a P71 (Police Car)? or a normal model and what is the year?
it looks to be about a 1992-1997

streetlight98   [Dec 23, 2013 at 10:33 PM]
streetlight98
Wow that was close! I'll be glad when I can finally be able to drive. almost old enough to begin whatever classes i need...

gailgrove   [Dec 23, 2013 at 10:58 PM]
gailgrove
Yeah it sucks, but I can replace the mirror pretty easily. It's the civilian Crown Vic, not the P71. It is a '96 - the same age as me. Razz I really do like the car, just wish the suspension was a bit firmer. I've currently just got my "G1" or learners permit so I still have to have a parent or other licensed driver in the car.

joe_347V   [Dec 24, 2013 at 12:15 AM]
joe_347V
Too bad about the car Neutral Good thing it didn't do much damage though.

rjluna2   [Dec 24, 2013 at 08:11 PM]
rjluna2
Nice, Gail that you now have your learner's permit Smile

I can remember like yesterday when I started to drive to the street with manual transmission Cool

GEsoftwhite100watts   [Dec 24, 2013 at 10:54 PM]
GEsoftwhite100watts
I don't have a car yet but here in Alaska you can get your permit at 14! I'm older than that and haven't started though yet.

streetlight98   [Dec 25, 2013 at 12:05 AM]
streetlight98
here it's 15 years and 10 months to start the first thing but i don't know what the first thing is... Neutral

GEsoftwhite100watts   [Dec 25, 2013 at 12:11 AM]
GEsoftwhite100watts
Learner's permit I guess? I don't know either...
My mom wants to start me in the church parking lot...we meant to do it this summer but never did. She also first learned how to operate a car in a church parking lot too. I guess it's a perfect place since it's not a public road and it's pretty empty on non-Sundays.

Model25FanForever   [Dec 25, 2013 at 01:26 AM]
Model25FanForever
Ive procrastinated on getting my license for 6 months now, im finally going for mine next week or so. You have to get 80% or higher to pass the drivers test? Smile correct me if im wrong. I only need it for a part time job Razz

rlshieldjr   [Dec 25, 2013 at 06:00 AM]
rlshieldjr
I learned in a university parking lot at about 15, just basic start, stop, steering, parking, ect in a 71 Plymouth Satelite station wagon

Silverliner14B   [Dec 25, 2013 at 09:19 AM]
Silverliner14B
I learned to drive in a 1976 Dodge Coronet which ended up being my first car, I drove around in the empty parking lot of a big store, it was closed because it was a holiday.

GEsoftwhite100watts   [Dec 25, 2013 at 06:27 PM]
GEsoftwhite100watts
Oh interesting...yeah can't do too much damage in a parking lot.
My mother told me part of her drivers training required driving in (1st gear?) in the desert. The fastest you could go was about 20MPH and the worst thing you could do was run over a tortise!

SeanB~1   [Dec 26, 2013 at 06:46 PM]
SeanB~1
I got my license before that car was made. first time I went and the examiner was somebody I knew, and he had some queries as to why I was the person who had collected him from the airport and dropped him off at his accommodation the Friday before........ I passed there, but unfortunately had to do it again, as the one authority did not recognise the other's test, despite it and the books being the same and both being approved by all others, but still. Now must go and get my heavy duty license, got the learners last year, now need a 5 ton truck.


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