My friend and I were talking about how the further south you get the more afraid people are to drive in the snow. Just wondering.... where do you live and are you good at driving in the snow?
Tennessee: Yes, I can drive in the snow. There are only a few simple rules to follow here in the south.
1. You MUST go very fast....at least 15 miles per hour....any faster and you might look like you know what your actually doing.
2. Strap on 2 seatbealts....like race car driving...it's for your own safety.
3. You MUST slam on breaks every 30 feet to let other people know behind you that your a professional driver.
4. Lay on the horn at every stop light because you really don't know if there might be black ice and your car could just slide right through it.......it's called being kind to those up ahead of you to let them know they might get rear ended.
5. Slam on breaks again.
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Answer by m.robertson811 at 8:43 PM on Dec. 12, 2008
7. Slam on breaks again.
8. You MUST say at least 20 cuss words every 10 minutes about how the City didn't salt the 1/2 inch of snow on the roads because Lord knows you could be stranded for days if you can't get out of your house to the grocery store.
9. Slam on breaks again.
10. Get the hell out of your car dressed like you live in Alaska with snow boots on and go get your dang groceries. Oh, don't forget the snow shovel and generator....you know...just in case the next snow storm is worse and we get 2 inches.
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