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54 minutes ago, Perro Del Diablo said:

My 15 year old son now has his driver's learning permit

 

But does he have access to the keys?

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3 minutes ago, Sedalia Dave said:

 

But does he have access to the keys?

Of course I have to make it sporting.

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My sympathies.

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Praying for you....:huh:

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You HAD a nice car...

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14 minutes ago, Matthew Duncan said:

You HAD a nice car...

He gets the 20 year old truck that Carfax says worth$150

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Reminds me of that Ford commercial where the teenager girl complains about the car not working, can’t go over 65, text doesn’t work, and a few other things. Great commercial! The look on the dads face is priceless!

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We stand warned.:D

Authorities have been alerted:ph34r:

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Just make sure he knows...

 

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The ad for the kid getting his parents old station wagon is good too! I'd take that station wagon!

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My parents gave me an old 1970's Chevy that liked to stall and die at intersections. I think they were trying to get rid of me. :unsure:

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My parents didn't get me anything, so I bought my own motorcycle! Been on one ever since.

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PDD, get your kid some driving lessons through a professional driver training school even if they have Driver’s Education in school. It will help with your insurance. 

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5 minutes ago, Pat Riot, SASS #13748 said:

PDD, get your kid some driving lessons through a professional driver training school even if they have Driver’s Education in school. It will help with your insurance. 

Sears school was #1 on list now start behind wheel part. Soon going put him in beginning motorcycle riding class. Then maybe some father son rides

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19 minutes ago, Perro Del Diablo said:

Sears school was #1 on list now start behind wheel part. Soon going put him in beginning motorcycle riding class. Then maybe some father son rides

Please get him a full face helmet or a good modular (HJC IS Max 2 is what I use.) Boots (not steel toe) and a leather jacket with elbow, shoulder and back armor. These things really help when asphalt and concrete try to eat you. ;)

 

I was wearing this jacket brand when I went down. 

https://www.cyclegear.com/gear/street-steel-outlander-jacket

 

It’s heavy leather with good elbow and shoulder armor. Replace the foam back plate with a good CE rated armor plate. 

 

Of course you probably know all this. 

 

By the way, my bell is going on the bike this weekend. Thank you so much. :D

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6 minutes ago, Smuteye John SASS#24774 said:

And I just got done replacing the post on the mail box!

 

All that work for nothing.:P

And here I thought all y'all in Smiths Station had to go to town to get your mail.:P

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1 hour ago, Pat Riot, SASS #13748 said:

Please get him a full face helmet or a good modular (HJC IS Max 2 is what I use.) Boots (not steel toe) and a leather jacket with elbow, shoulder and back armor. These things really help when asphalt and concrete try to eat you. ;)

 

I was wearing this jacket brand when I went down. 

https://www.cyclegear.com/gear/street-steel-outlander-jacket

 

It’s heavy leather with good elbow and shoulder armor. Replace the foam back plate with a good CE rated armor plate. 

 

Of course you probably know all this. 

 

By the way, my bell is going on the bike this weekend. Thank you so much. :D

Leather boots check

Modular full face helmet check

Textile riding jacket to start with for riding class, pockets for armor. Gloves and leather jacket is in future. 

As for your bell my prayers that she shall always will be able to fly as fast as you can ride. 

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2 hours ago, Marshal Hangtree said:

And here I thought all y'all in Smiths Station had to go to town to get your mail.:P

Not those of us that live in the Uptown district of the Greater Smiths Station Metroplex! 

 

They even paved our road a few years back.:P

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27 minutes ago, Smuteye John SASS#24774 said:

Not those of us that live in the Uptown district of the Greater Smiths Station Metroplex! 

 

They even paved our road a few years back.:P

 

Well pick my cotton!  I bet I wouldn't recognize the place!

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Running water inside the house, electric, the mail man comes by at least twice a week AND a paved road.

 

Like I said, the UPTOWN district.:P

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On 9/9/2019 at 3:07 PM, Perro Del Diablo said:

My 15 year old son now has his driver's learning permit

Been there. You know what,

 

it'll all be fine.

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In 5 years, you'll look back on this time and smile.  

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Five years from now, you'll still worry.

My 'Baby" is now 42, and is a good driver with 23 years driving experience.

We still worry when he goes out: Not for what he may do, (He doesn't even drink!) but what some dough head will do to him.

 

Edited by Cold Lake Kid, SASS # 51474
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The best driving school I found, for my oldest son, was to put him in a 4 cylinder race car (Bandit, Hornet, etc) on a short track.  He learned evasive, defensive driving in a hurry.  He also learned how to fix them at the same time.  One bad habit he picked up was following too close.  He drives on the road like he used to on the track.  I tell him to back off when he drives.  You will spend some quality time with him.

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We just went through Kaya getting hers not long ago. Then she bought her own truck! Got mad when I wrote a check to cover the taxes. It gets better I'm told. Just not quite yet.

First TRUCK!!.jpg

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