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Old 24th March 2006, 16:31   #16
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Welcome to team-bhp..........
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Old 27th March 2006, 12:10   #17
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Hmm...

Learning on LHD car mignt be like walking on fire. Well done, I must say
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Old 27th March 2006, 12:12   #18
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hey dude....

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at 12....

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cant reallly comment as i started when i was 13 in a toyota corolla in....

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Old 27th March 2006, 12:57   #19
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I agree. Nowadays, while its good that so many people can afford cars, the problem that tags along is that people with no background of association with cars (no road sense) are out in the streets with spanking new machines.
what do you mean? you need to have a grand-dad who owned a car to have road sense? or need to own a car firm? or automobile engineer? or is it an important factor to learn driving before you turn 15 to become a good sane driver?

what do you mean by "background of association"?
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Old 27th March 2006, 14:09   #20
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No offence Burnt Rubber, but if you spend time sitting near the driver, even
if you are not actually watching, it does help and over the years, by the time you get to the age when you are allowed to drive, you have a lot more road sense than someone whose first interaction with a car is in the driver's seat. Not everyone is so in love with driving that they spend time honing skills. They just set off on the road and are a risk to other road users. I do not have the extra qualifications you expect me to suggest, but I have been a safe driver since I first started driving.
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