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Old 9th April 2005, 20:33   #16
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just for the record the acccident happened between 1130 and 12.
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Old 9th April 2005, 21:23   #17
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so what exactly happened ?? was it the tire blowout or did that guy meet with an accident while racing.

a machine is a machine you never know when something can go wrong. so be care ful guys drive safe and at a reasonable controllable speed


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Old 10th April 2005, 18:35   #18
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Its always good to hear there were no injuries.

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a machine is a machine you never know when something can go wrong. so be care ful guys drive safe and at a reasonable controllable speed
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one should always drive slowly , you dont know whats coming up next .
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was it cause ... this happened at 230 am and he is a far friend of mine we have a common friend ... tats wahat my common friend told me ...... ne wayz how do u know abt it .. were you the crv guy

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tubeless or not. never rule out a tyre blow out
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Old 10th April 2005, 23:44   #21
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hey loose .. it wasnt directed personally to you dude so chill.. i was just kidding dont take it too personally
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you might be that sick.... so don't think everyone here is ok.
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hey cheatingdeath were the people involved college kids?
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Old 11th April 2005, 02:24   #24
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yeah i think they were. 17 and 18 year olds ....
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yep college kids
.... 18 year olds....

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Old 11th April 2005, 13:37   #26
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Okay folks, 18 year olds driving accords at midnight is not a great way to grow up.

People who are parents ensure that your kids are aware of their limitations. And folks who are members here drive sensibly. Most crazy crashes occur at night because of sight issues.
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yeah. 17 in fact is illegal! 110 inside city limits - and marine drive is surely one - is not on. Especially not on is racing with other drivers on public roads - we need to learn to handle better roads and cars in a more matured manner else we probably just deserve bullock carts and the potholed nightmares we had !
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as long as you know your limit its fine.these kids feel they have a big car and can race with any one on the road but little do they know what lies ahead.they are not experienced but drive as if they are.this is the genral attitude of youngsters and it doesnt imply to all for eg i am 17 and rarely cross 100 or 80 for that matter


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we probably just deserve bullock carts and the potholed nightmares we had !

we have passed the age of bullock carts i guess but the potholed nightmares i dont think so. almost all roads have potholes all over and i thinks it really dangerous specially for bikers.something should really be done to remove them.
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hey avi everything said and done .... you cant interfere in personal issuses of growing kids thats none of our business..... i get your point ... which i have taken positively but i still feel its free will... that how parents wish to grow their kids...

i totally agree with you night driving is very risky
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Guys,

I think we should advice everyone to drive safe. Especially kids, most of them do not understand the outcome. 110/100/80 inside a city is not safe anytime day or night.

I grew up by the side of NH2 and learnt to respect speed, having seen too many lives lost. You may be the best driver in the world but please guard against the other drivers' mistakes.....

Let us be responsible motorists.

Speed thrills but can also kill.
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