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|1st March 2010, 21:56||#76|
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Accidents can happen if you are 160 and also at 60. The question is, how much in control, one is of his/her car. Sometimes, if you are at 60, you cannot control the car, if something flares up pretty close.
At least I make a point of not driving above 100 itself. In fact mostly it is 80-100. But I am not saying that at that speed one can avoid accidents. Still one should always feel, that he/she is in control.
|2nd March 2010, 00:43||#77|
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I'm still waiting for Pancham's reply to some of the questions raised on this thread. Until he addresses these I'm going to assume that the whole thing is a hoax.
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|2nd March 2010, 14:56||#78|
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Oh boy. This thread is still alive? Give it to poor pancham. May be he was too eager that he blindly went with what bystanders said about his somersault/ roll/ spin episode.
Can't we give him the benefit of doubt? I've seen so many amazing videos in axn in which vehicles have done perfect flips and landed on wheels!
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