Originally Posted by xsperf
lol spiff(and whiteshark, nice) its kinda hard to find a skilled driver like you, all the other punk ricers think they can drive, as a matter or fact, i was the BMW and me and my friend are waiting to pull out of school and this kid in a murcury cougar thinks hes so cool and pulls out and floors it(hes coming opposite direction) and this is IN the school(not the parking lot) so we was liek whatever, but like 1 second later major tire squeeling than a thump.. lol that would kinda suck to be minding your own business in line and get smashed by a ricer
but anyway, sorry to hijack, and seriously, teach me how to drive plz.. lol
I think that learning how to drive good has a lot to do with how much you know about cars, my family has pretty much always been into the car business, hence my knowledge on cars...
My uncle was the one who actually "taught" me how to drive, when I was ~12 he would take me into parking lots (yes they were empty) and at first would just tell em to drive so I wouldn't be afraid, later on he taught me how to turn at fast speeds, power braking... the all nine yards. Hence by the time it was for me to get my license, I was very confidant, and I mean, I always know what I am doing when am driving. And you'r absolutely right, some people think they can drive, but they can't... (by the way, what happend to your friend with the cougar?) But practice and experience is the key word....
Spiff sorry for hijacking your thread but I think that it has already deviated from it's main topic, lol