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 Post subject: Re: NSW Government Considering 110km/hr Limit for Learners
Posted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 3:39 pm 
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dc_todd wrote:
EVL098 wrote:
misskitten9871 wrote:
finally! when i first drove on a freeway ( from newcastle to sydney ) on my L's i shat my self...doing 80km/ph down moony moony bridge and having a truck come bearing down on my at 120km/ph...after that i decided i would do 100km/ph and f**k the 80km/ph's too dangerous.
and as for harold scruby acting like the only issue is " being stuck behind L platers " what a load of crap...i bet she hasnt merged onto the F3 at 80km/ph while everyone els is doing in excess for 110km/ph...unless there is a large gap you have to speed up...ahhh and learing to handle a car before doing 100km/ph? i guess she would rather all the young C**k L platers drive like grandma's while under supervision and then getting there P's and hitting the freeway at 110Km/ph ( lets face it we all have done it on out P's ) and not knowing how the car reacts and not knowing how to react in an emergancy at those speeds? stupid cow.
rant over :)

Umm Harold Scruby is a bloke..............


ROFL oh that made me spit my afternoon coffee. HAHAHAHA

EDIT: Forgot to post something a little bit more meaningful to the topic of discussion. About f**k time...I hated being stuck behind an L-plater heading to NSW...and that's not very often!



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 Post subject: Re: NSW Government Considering 110km/hr Limit for Learners
Posted: Thu Dec 20, 2012 8:00 pm 
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about bloody time. weve had that in WA for a while now and cant say im aware of any hassles with it. previous to this a learner could only do 72 and a p plater could only hit 90....
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