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2009-06-23
Name: Editor How much do you know about safe driving? Do you make it a point to check your car each time you take it out? Are you prepared for driving in the monsoons?
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2009-06-23
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Name: Faroukh
Subject:  Rains
The rains are finally here! And alongwith that comes the changing of tyres, the servicing, the stuck traffic, the good with the bad! Haha, if the rains this here are anything like 3 years ago, we’re in for trouble. My car got completely destroyed in the floods. But I think I was very smart to just abandon my car… a lot of people lost their lives in those floods of Mumbai. RIP. Hopefully people will be safer this year. And yeah, it wouldn’t hurt if people were a bit more patient while on Indian roads!
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2009-06-23
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Name: Neetu
Subject:  driving tip…
i belive in safe driving... i am a houewife and i drive my car regularly.... i feel that ppl shud be more patient on the roads. dont undrstand y the honking,abusing, fighting ppl srsly need to jst chilll... one time i saw a biker hittin an old man... just bcoz of the biker scratching the car..wht happened to restecp for elders?????????? and ya plz also mention not smoking in cars.... very important....
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2009-06-23
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Name: Viraat
Subject:  hilarious videos!
The safe driving videos were howlarious! The video with those two guys jabbering away and throwing firecrackers was funny!! I liked the article, though there is a lot more to safe driving. Respecting fellow drivers is also important! You should always be polite to other drivers, it makes driving less stressful.
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