It's sad!

Gemini_nkr

Active Member
There are skilled drivers and unskilled drivers, I have driven in worse storms in Atlanta than what has shown so far............making blanket statements just lables you in the category of unskikked drivers.
The last 'Snowmageddon' I saw people with 4x4 tricks lose control while I drove past them in a ragedy old 1997 Nissan Altima, it all depends on your skill level as a driver.
 

UberBlackPr1nce

Well-Known Member
There are skilled drivers and unskilled drivers, I have driven in worse storms in Atlanta than what has shown so far............making blanket statements just lables you in the category of unskikked drivers.
The last 'Snowmageddon' I saw people with 4x4 tricks lose control while I drove past them in a ragedy old 1997 Nissan Altima, it all depends on your skill level as a driver.
Typical desparate driver response.
 

pjrxj

Well-Known Member
Typical desparate driver response.
Typical uber driver that knows everything response.

There are skilled drivers and unskilled drivers, I have driven in worse storms in Atlanta than what has shown so far............making blanket statements just lables you in the category of unskikked drivers.
The last 'Snowmageddon' I saw people with 4x4 tricks lose control while I drove past them in a ragedy old 1997 Nissan Altima, it all depends on your skill level as a driver.
I agree. I'm from the North and a lot of the weather concerns that a lot of Southerners are worried about are common. Also having to work in all conditions I have no problem working through this storm. The only caution I have is being on the road with unskilled drivers.
 

Ivin

Member
Depending on where you've learned how to drive, heavy rains/light snow shouldn't be a problem OR you will spin out/hydroplane. I think the basics that are missing for most people are keep off brakes and accel when you feel you're going over water / sudden loss of control using minimal steering wheel input only.

Typical uber driver that knows everything response.


I agree. I'm from the North and a lot of the weather concerns that a lot of Southerners are worried about are common. Also having to work in all conditions I have no problem working through this storm. The only caution I have is being on the road with unskilled drivers.
 

DopeyDaDriver

Well-Known Member
some of the recent "monsoons" have been far more dangerous. I, too, learned to drive up north and found Atlanta to be a joke "weather-wise", but the drivers up there have some respect for each other and the conditions... people down here can just be so stupid
 

SpeedyGonzalez11

Well-Known Member
There are skilled drivers and unskilled drivers, I have driven in worse storms in Atlanta than what has shown so far............making blanket statements just lables you in the category of unskikked drivers.
The last 'Snowmageddon' I saw people with 4x4 tricks lose control while I drove past them in a ragedy old 1997 Nissan Altima, it all depends on your skill level as a driver.

Wrong. 4x4 and jeeps / hummers were rhe only vehicles getting thru that ice storm. Keep making stuff up tho. I'm sure others will believe
 

Gemini_nkr

Active Member
Typical desparate driver response.

@@@@@@, I didn't drive, some of you people are just stupid and @@@@@@ed............

Wrong. 4x4 and jeeps / hummers were rhe only vehicles getting thru that ice storm. Keep making stuff up tho. I'm sure others will believe

WRONG, I never said they were not moving, people with 4x4 thought they can just drive through ice, overtook me driving crazy and many landed in a ditch. I drove an Altima through it cautiously.
 
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