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PLease drive safe


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Incredible.

Everyone that drives should watch this.
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It should be watched by all.
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Must say.. some 'shocking' images, but a good reminder of what happens out there.
Please people, drive safe, or don't drive at all.

Regards,
Olrik
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Should everyone that drives watch this? Probably. Should everyone who visits this forum watch this? I'm not so sure images of mutilated/bloody bodies and watching people die are very family-friendly...
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I fractured my C-6 vertabrae once because I was a speeding show off when I was younger. Trust me, you never want to go through that.

It's not cool to speed. Drive safe everyone, I'm living proof it's just not worth it.

Luckily, I was not paralyzed.

Remember, don't have that mind set that it won't happen to you.
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