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I've had the loan of a vehicle for a couple of weeks. After having been without a car for a while, I'm beginning to remember why it is I rarely go out driving on weekends. Three near accidents on a twenty minute drive twice every day is more than excessive. Some of those were caused by people just being asshats, not using signals, merging too closely, etc. But a good many were caused by kiddies obviously new to driving who seem to think their shiny car is a plaything. They do stupid things like racing, slamming their breaks for no reason, and other stupid games young people seem to think are acceptable while driving.

I wish parents would instill in their children BEFORE they ever give them the keys that their vehicle is NOT a toy. It is 1000+ pounds of rolling DEATH and should be treated as such.
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MLangen1983 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2018  Student Digital Artist
I agree. Here the most Teens are just 16 when making their drive license. On the driveshool they pretend to drive correctly, but the moment, they are driving alone or just with friends it turns out like you explained here. :| (Blank Stare)

Sometimes i would prefer, that peoples have to be 20 or 25 atleast to be allowed to make a license. That would mean then, they would be more wise ( or atleast I could hope so). Of course there can be idiots too on adult stage, but I guess they are more rare happening than teens. Cars and Motorcycles are transport vehicles and not compareable with Racing-Simulators.
Sadly most teens don't have much insight, when it goes about those dangers. First it has to crash, until the police does something :/ 

Atleast the STvO here is strict, so if you get caught, you get your drivelicense removed for 2-3 Years.
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SimonCaneplz Featured By Owner May 7, 2015
"But a good many were caused by kiddies obviously new to driving who seem to think their shiny car is a plaything. They do stupid things like racing, slamming their breaks for no reason, and other stupid games young people seem to think are acceptable while driving."

Believe me, I never do this when I was young, infact im only 13! and i know that cars are not a toy, but im still dumb.XD
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sfaber95 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
I completely agree with this stamp. I wish people would just wake up and realize that cars are not toys. If they want to do something stupid do it away from crowds and stop endangering the public. I admit being a teen with a license makes you feel like you have "power" over the older drives but some drivers are simply insane. I for one (being a teen) am a very cautious driver. For 5 years I drove a truck with no speedometer to school and towns not realizing how slow I was driving (about 45 in a 55). I found that out last year after getting to speedometer fixed just how slow I was driving.   
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rattus-adustus Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Definitely over 1,000 pounds... Even a Smart car is around 1,800.
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AcidVenomizer Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2013
Looking at you, SUV owners ! :stare:
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Camarokid82 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
the reason they act like its a play thing is because they're way too over confident because they've watched all the movies with the crazy car stunts and think they can pull those off too.
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GNGTNT105 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Well well well, a stamp I agree with.
Though I don't drive...

BUT MUNCHES DON'T DRIVE CORRECTLY irritates me...
I fear mostly elderly people driving.
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GNGTNT105 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
i ment Butt munches... ^^;
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Deus-Lux Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
They should also tell them that means there is no such thing as Fast and Furious days and that people are not physic. :) Thanks for this. :)
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EchoRoll Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012
Didn't Jamie from Mythbuster's say something like this when they made a car have a remote control?
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The-Lost-Hope Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2011  Student General Artist
Agreed! I am learning to drive and I am very, maybe overly, careful of everything. :) Great idea and stamp.
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! I see WAY too many people here in Texas who treat their vehicles like toys. Makes me want to box their ears and take away their keys.
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The-Lost-Hope Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012  Student General Artist
You're welcome. And I know just what you mean! People are crazy. :(
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eternalwytch Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2011
So very true!! Love it!
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!
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The-Theory-Liz Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Not all 'kiddies' are like that, trust me I'M NOT. I'm a very careful driver, sure I've made mistakes but who hasn't?

I always signal before I change lanes or make it turn, I use my breaks appropriately. I drive the speed limit, look before I turn right on a red light (and stop as well not doing the CA 'stop and go'). I know what you mean, but where I am from it is actually the drivers who have driven for awhile than the kids who make mistakes where I live. It's not always the kids faults, you do realize that don't you?

Yes a larger majority, but not always. Trust me I've seen adults make a TON of mistakes, even one guy at a Target lot completely cut the corner, thank goodness I had fast reflexes. Didn't even look where he was going.
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Right now, since they're out of school and going nuts because it's summer, the local teens seem to have left their brains at home in a pickle jar on a shelf. I've seen 3 "Chinese fire drills" on an extremely busy and dangerous main drag in just a week. I've seen 2 kids doing the "make the car jerk" random brake application in traffic. One almost rear-ended the car ahead of them because he kept doing it at the traffic light and was inches away from the bumper. I get cut off by no less than 3 young thugs with their annoying thump-thump music on every 20 minute drive. Keep in mind, though, I'm driving through an area of Houston rife with idiot gang bangers, drug heads and drug dealers. So I'm dealing with a particularly stupid lot of kiddies.

The idea of driving safely Has to start with the kids is why I make that distinction. If they aren't properly trained as teens, they'll be horrid adult drivers.
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The-Theory-Liz Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
I think it is all about the area and learning to responsible drivers when they are driving, I'm from the suburbs in Norcal so maybe not that much of a problem compared to others.
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm in Houston. The majority of drivers here speed, don't use signals, wait until the last minute to swerve across 5 lanes of traffic for their exit, talk on their cell phones/text while they drive and just about every other bad driving habit imaginable. I've actually seen people reading the newspaper, shaving or putting on makeup while they were moving in rush hour traffic. :roll:
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moonrainbowxoxo Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014
Anybody can be a bad driver at any age.
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah. Sadly, most of the people I see doing the stupid things are grown enough to know better.
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The-Theory-Liz Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Yikes, I went to school in Florida and that was pretty bad as well (and drove there as well).

CA has a share of bad drivers as well...I think it's found across the states. But weirdly not internationally...
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Idiosyzygic Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Isn't that right?

If anything, at least this stamp has reminded me again the importance of having a safe drive next time.
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willow1981 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Amen to that :) Right now I'm working in a country right now where there's an accident every hour of every day. :( It sucks I wanna pull these guys/girls over and smack them upside the head and ask them if they know how to drive. :X They cut people off. They flash their lights to get you to move if your not going fast enough; they even honk the horn. These people here have zero patience. Then to top it off I don't see any of the kids wearing seat belts and walking all over the car while their parents are driving :O OMG so annoying. Anyways, I love this stamps statement :D I'm sorry for the rant :)
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Here in Texas, if a cop sees your kids roaming the car, they will pull your butt over and issue a nice expensive citation. They're super serious about that here.

We've got way too many impatient drivers here in Houston, too. I saw one idiot yesterday weaving in and out of traffic on a busy 7 lane main road, doing 60 in a 40, cutting people off, etc. Surprised he didn't cause any wrecks just in the brief time I saw him. He had several near misses. I have to wonder what these people are thinking.
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willow1981 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah I can understand that and it's like that in Ohio where I'm from originally but here it's like 100 times worse. Yes I have been to Houston and know how they drive ;) "Gunspoint" :rofl: This guy you talk about try having at least 5 more on the road at the same time; each cutting the other off. I see this everyday while going to work; driving 1.5 hours away from where I live. :typerhappy:
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, I'm just north of Gunspoint. :D All those thugs coming out of those trashy apartments on Ella onto 1960 makes driving the area frustrating.

Eesh! There are days like that here but, thankfully, not EVERY day.
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willow1981 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
:rofl: very true :)
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XxchantellexX Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm new to driving, but it is surprising that I'm not the bad driver. In fact people that I assume have been driving longer than me are pretty reckless. This one person decided to speed just as I was turning out from the hospital. I had to floor it (not literally) just to keep this person from rear ending me. Later that day I was backing out of a parking lot, and this guy decides to back up into me. I was having a little trouble backing out. So I took my time. This other guy decided to hop into his car and back up as I was turning. He only noticed that he was backing up into me after he was inches away from my car. Least to say I was so wracked I had to let my mother drive. Why do people do that? They obviously know they are pulling stupid stuff like that. Maybe I should take a defensive driving course, but something tells me I'll learn defensive driving from experience.
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sadly, the last time I took defensive driving to get the insurance discount, I discovered that far too much of the course was trying to pound into your head that drinking and driving is a BAD idea. Really? Ya think? :roll: We have huge issues with it in Texas.
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XxchantellexX Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I didn't know that, but I don't think I'll learn defensive driving on my own. From the experiences I've had other people are really stupid. (not all are.)
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If nothing else, it's good to take it if you can get a discount on your insurance for it.
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XxchantellexX Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah.
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ChikitaWolf Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Exactly. All of my friends wonder why I don't like to drive in our city. It's because I HATE our city's traffic-- it's horrible and we have horrible drivers. To them? They just want to drive their BMW's and fancy cars around the place and show them off. *sigh* I still don't get why some parents just so easily give their 16 year old kid an expensive car...

Oh wellz. The stamp is true. I've experienced getting hit by a drunk driver at 100 mph. You could say I've gone through enough to agree with this.

Then again, even without that, I think I'd agree with this, haha xD People just don't seem to see how dangerous cars are until they experience a crash or a close-call.
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I've had enough friends die either in collisions or from the after-effects of the injuries that it's something of a pet peeve when I see people driving irresponsibly. I've been driving over 20 years and I can count the number of accidents I've had on one hand and only one of those was considered my fault; though it happened because someone in front of a truck in front of me braked so suddenly that I tapped his bumper. If my car hadn't had anti-lock brakes, I wouldn't have hit him. The rest were all people who were either speeding or not paying attention and hit me.

I think the testing for driving should be more difficult. Then perhaps we wouldn't have so many unskilled drivers on the road.
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ChikitaWolf Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
It should be. I was surprised when I took my permit test late last year-- everything was so easy to get through. And a girl in my glass is a HORRIBLE driver, and she passed easily (much to her friends horror).

I haven't taken my license test yet, so I don't know what that is on the "difficult" scale.
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
As I recall from when I took them, the only difference here is if you flunk the parallel parking on the permit test, you can still pass it. Flunk the parallel parking on the licensing test and you won't get it.
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ChikitaWolf Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, that's what my grandpa said (he... kinda flunked it, lol).
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Aazari-Resources Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:D
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