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First driving experience in rain, overcoming an embarrasing mistake

Discussion in 'US – Staffroom' started by aralena7, Oct 31, 2019.

  1. aralena7

    aralena7 New commenter

    Hi,

    I drove in almost zero visibility today for 10 miles. It is very embarrasing for me after I learnt that this zero visibility was not because of the rain but the foggy windshield :(
    Realized this after I hit the roundabout pavement (not literally hit anyboby, or anything) and went on top of the walking pavement.
    Nobody was hurt and my car came down normally and I drove 4 miles after that and after cleaning the fog from inside.

    I feel embarrased about this mistake and want to spread awareness about this. Although, I think this is the dummbest mistake anyone could do or has ever done. All the beginners, be careful and alert while driving. God loves us all.
     
    livingstone83 likes this.
  2. livingstone83

    livingstone83 Occasional commenter

    You want to spread awareness about clearing your windshield?

    I wonder if we can get Bob Geldoff to sing a charity song about it?
     
    blazer likes this.
  3. blazer

    blazer Star commenter

    Darwin's law perhaps?
     
    sbkrobson and livingstone83 like this.
  4. sbkrobson

    sbkrobson Star commenter

    Sometimes I wonder if the fun stuff I see is as obvious to everybody
     
  5. sbkrobson

    sbkrobson Star commenter

    Actually the dumbest mistake is attempting to drive with zero visibility at all, irrespective of the reason. If the rain was stopping you see properly you should not have driven. Fool.
    Abrupt of me, because you were a danger to everyone on the road and you find it fun to announce it here.
    Again-fool.
     

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