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Old 18th August 2014, 12:25   #16
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Default Re: Driving down Chamundi hills - no lights and in neutral

Originally Posted by graaja View Post

I asked my friend what makes all these people do this and he did not have a solid answer. He said some believe this saves fuel (the ones driving in neutral and lights turned off) and some do this, quoting him, "for the kick".
You should have obliged them then, with a kick, soundly aimed at their backsides.

Jokes aside, this is ridiculous behavior and must NOT be emulated.

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