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Park like a smart car, but better! Images of Canberra

By johnboy 16 November 2011 22


Cocopops has sent in this picture of a great bit of parking in Gungahlin.

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Brianna 5:50 pm 18 Nov 11

Jono said :

Angelina said :

Brianna said :

Most 4WD drivers are arrogant and couldn’t care less about anyone else. Mind you, I say “most”. I have had the pleasure of a courteous one once. She was in the inside lane at the roundabout and of course, I couldn’t see past her. She let the vehicle roll back a bit so I could see past her. Amazing.

Holy crap! F*ck the Obama shit, THAT is newsworthy.

Unfortunately like many things you read on the net, Brianna’s claim of courtesy like that from a Canberra 4WD owner is just too unbelievable to be taken seriously.

Dead serious guys! Happened at the Barton Highway roundabout when I was on my way to work one day. Happened in winter and obviously I am still amazed by it!

Jim Jones 3:37 pm 18 Nov 11

BethiePrice said :

2.0 said :

Dont you know that 4WD owners have the right to do whatever they want. Park however they want, runover whatever they want, never indicate and just run everything smaller than them off the road etc.

Hey if you’re the idiot in the right hand lane sitting under the speed limit I will ride your arse until you move. If you have your indication on and only move into a turn off lane at the last minute I will ride your arse. If you don’t know how to merge off a merge lane then don’t friggen whinge about 4WDers.
It just looks more intimidating in a 4WD.

Please walk to the nearest RTA office and give back your license.

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