No kidding. And they say that, statistically, boys are at a higher risk to get in an accident. That's probably still true. However, in my experience investigating accidents, I found that boys take more risks than girls. The difference, though, is that young men know they are doing something wrong or illegal, but will risk doing it anyway. Girls do some crazy shit, too, but usually have no clue that what they did was wrong or illegal, or why it's wrong or illegal. To me, that's even more scary and I have no clue on how they ever got a driver's license.That is the reason insurance rates are high.
and disconnect the stereo. Fewer distractions until she gets more experience.Take her phone away and stop letting her drive without supervision.
elmoreoocyte said:Take her phone away and stop letting her drive without supervision. I don't care how old she is, even if these accidents aren't "her fault" there's a lot to be said for defensive driving. There's been plenty of accidents I COULD have been in that wouldn't have been my fault but would have still happened had I not been paying attention.
Also, one of my names is Kasey. Haven't seen many with the K, so kudos to you, sir.
Then take her dad out back and shoot him for putting someone so dangerous on the roads.will36 said:This is not my kid.. I just fix all her mishaps. :twisted: I have people with 5 or 6 claims a year. I have a poor mail man who has hit I know 6 or 7 deer in the last 3 years. I cant say anything I have hit 4 or 5 deer in the last 10 years. I make good money when I hit them. :wink:
OMG I forgot about that pic. :grin: I sent it to someone probally 10 gauge or snakebite on here.elmoreoocyte said:Also, holy sh!t that's a human flotation device.
(NSF link to Will's photobucket)
http://s74.photobucket.com/user/will111 ... 2.jpg.html