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West Sussex drivers love snow!
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Just been sent this..
For anyone that knows the area its on the a27 just before the emsworth turn off (in case you can't read the sign)


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#2
Clever sods!
Disclaimer: The above is not to be taken to heart and is probably a joke, grow up you big girl.
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#3
Definitely my trip down there cancelled tomorrow! I thought West Sussex always missed the snow Tongue
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#4
whoops!
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#5
2 fast 2 stupid has started filming then didn't realise they were shooting it in England
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#6
Lol ^^^^^^
when in doubt...... flat out.
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#7
That would explain way traffic is so slow heading past my window.
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#8
Hahah amazing!


Really does amaze me how the snow turns drivers into tards
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(18-01-2013, 11:28 AM)Matt Wrote: Hahah amazing!


Really does amaze me how the snow turns drivers into tards

No it doesn't, they were tards already, the snow just highlights them
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(18-01-2013, 11:28 AM)Matt Wrote: Hahah amazing!


Really does amaze me how the snow turns drivers into tards

Guy trying to turn round in my road was just flooring it and getting nowhere.. everyone else just smoothly turns round no problem :/
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#11
Just drop it up an extra gear. An light throttle. Not hard really.


Snow just seems to have highlighted the fact bus drivers are tards more so than actual cars. Seem to forget they are in a really big moving object that requires a lot more breaking distance
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#12
I gave that ditch a car, ditches love cars.
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#13
I heard those guys crashed as they were taking pictures of the previous fails instead of concentrating on driving.... lol
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#14
Im supprised how good my 1.8 auto is in the snow Expected it to ge hopeless but not had any problems on the snow
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(18-01-2013, 11:36 AM)Matt Wrote: Just drop it up an extra gear. An light throttle. Not hard really.


Snow just seems to have highlighted the fact bus drivers are tards more so than actual cars. Seem to forget they are in a really big moving object that requires a lot more breaking distance

f*ck that drop it down a gear rev the bollocks off it and pull the handbrake up lol Wink



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#16
Reverse is a pain though........

Couldn't get back on my drive earlier in R, 1, 2 or 3!! Had exactly the same issue with my previous 306, theres two kerbs that I have to go over onto a hill, theres no chance without traction control. Incidently had no issues at all in the Golf last year lol. Tongue

In the end I just took a run up in 2nd to bump up and onto the drive, risking taking out the fence and or the brand new Fiesta lol. Luckily neither of those happened, but Im at such a shit angle now for when my Mum has to park next to it.
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#17
Tom traction control will make it much worse. In this weather, you want traction control off and actually drive properly instead of most of these idiots that try to drive like its a sunny day.
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#18
Nope, getting on the driveway it was so useful last year in the Golf. Obviously you dont need it on flat ground, I managed to negotiate the rest of my drive fine, its just getting back on the drive thats such a pain.
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#19
You might want to consider learning to drive in the snow then lol
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#20
As I said, driving in snow is fine. Getting back onto the driveway afterwards though, definitely isnt!! lol I managed my Nans driveway fine, is just the way mine is badly setup.
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#21
you lot are wrong! lots of harsh acceleration and braking, and a bit handbraking on the side to add abit of fun in the snow.
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