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Old 16th August 2006, 20:40   #31
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Exclamation enough!

ok, this has gone far enough.

binz, you cannot drive "your" car legally on public roads without a valid license which you can obtain from your local RTO when you turn 18, according to Indian law - and thats the bottom line.

if you still wish to drive illegally, you will be doing so at your own accord -Team-BHP does not promote / support underage driving on public roads.
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