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Old 5th September 2007, 12:03   #16
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Yeah you are spot on and you can do speeds above that also.

Only thing you need to watch out for nitwits like these !!

Oops! Thanks for sharing it, I will be careful while driving there. In fact same happened in Mysore road also, but since it was in night and biker turned on his headlight, I noticed upfront and could control better.

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You can cruise at 170 on that road. At the tbhp meet, atleast 3 cars touched 200+ including mine .
Man, you guys rock!
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Just to add to the above pics, you might find bullock carts on the wrong side as a biker. Sorry, I don not have any pics to share. Also look out for black auto rickshaws (private, i suppose) on the right lane in the night without any tail lamps.
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very nice travel report there sathya,... good to know that your choice of car lived to your expectations. even i have been ogling at the 2 new SX4s in my society premises. will try a long drive with them soon

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3. My eyes were burning since morning, I didn't know exact reason. Hence I kept on changing the cabin temperature between 24 & 26 deg C. For sometime, I switched it off and lowered down the windows. Good wind helped.
about your eye burning, it is quite possible you had the AC draft blowing at your face or somewhere quite close-by. this causes dryness and subsequently eye irritation at temperatures like that. remember: an AC always dehydrates. else everything must be fine with your new car.

wishing you more long journeys
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about your eye burning, it is quite possible you had the AC draft blowing at your face or somewhere quite close-by. this causes dryness and subsequently eye irritation at temperatures like that. remember: an AC always dehydrates. else everything must be fine with your new car.

wishing you more long journeys
Yes, I will watch it. Also my friend told me that it could be due to staring at road for long time.
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