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Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by catfishing is fun, Mar 23, 2007.
I went today, and took my test, I got 100% on my first try.
Congrats on the perfect score!
Marshall, good job! Won't tell ya the story about how I had to take the test twice just to pass... umm... well... it'd been so many years... never mind :big_smile: Congratulations!
And drive safely!!!!!!!! :smile2:
Congrats Marshall! I'm now just starting to teach my 15 year old/about to turn 16 year old daughter to drive! I'm not to worried about her. She is the very bright and level headed. Pretty much sounds like you!:smile2:
congrats ma man!
Ah, the adventure begins!
Gas prices, insurance, breakdowns, flat tires, crashes, tickets, maintaince, the jobs to pay for all of that. But then you also have cruising, drag races, doughnuts in snow covered parking lots, out of town concerts, fishing trips, and the all-important backseat!
The stories I could tell! But my parents are still alive and I would like to keep them that way! LOL!
Just remember, you still do not know how to drive, that comes with a couple of years of practice.
Cocky youngsters end up wrapped around trees. And family sedans/econoboxes/pickup trucks are NOT race cars, they do not have the tires/suspension/brakes to run 100 out the back roads.
Be careful! Have fun!
The two are not mutually exclusive.
Getting off to a good start Marshall. Now be careful and take it easy. We have a 16 year old granddaughter driving and she drives way to fast.
Back when I got a license AR didn't give test. All it took was $1.00. It was hand written on plain paper. My mom went to the court house and got mine when I was 14. Not sure if there was an age limit but maybe mine was on a hardship.
Congrats brother! Be sure to stay off the sidewalks! lol For real though, always be aware of the "blind sput" on your vehicle. It almost got me when I first started driving. Best wishes to you my brother!
Im already putting up my guardrail around the house. LOL congrats on the permit and good work on aceing the test
Thanks guys, I'm gonna try to be as safe as I can be, exept at the track, where I hope my car can run a 12 flat on street tires. Should be fun, plus plenty of room for a rod and reel.
Marshall congrats on your score and license. I can see you are starting out the right way. With the rod/reel in the front seat and not some expensive girl. Ha. Ha. :lol: :big_smile: :big_smile:
Well from now on I will have to be extra careful in Mo:tounge_out:
My daughter is working on drivers ed now..
Its hard on me,,,,lol
yeah, stay off the sidewalks lol
Good job my friend...I remember when I got mine...all you need is wheels.
Congradulations. Better stay off the sidewalk.:smile2:
just about hit the sidewalk today, never had driven threw a drive threw before.