In my experience the older you get the less you pay attention to the laws
@Mike Oxhuge, honest question...then why do younger people cause more accidents? And why do the Actuarial tables show costs being higher for younger people?
@Child Slapper, younger people have less experience, making them generally less skilled. Despite ignoring the laws more, older drivers have the experience to do it more safely
@Death of the Mailman, while I agree somewhat, I’m still fairly confident younger people are ignoring rules on a more frequent basis...
@Child Slapper, you should see my dad drive, he always goes at least 10-15 over the speed limit, tailgates people, and yet hasn't ever caused an accident doing it
@Death of the Mailman, yeah but younger people do that stuff all the time. Your dad still did all that stupid stuff when he was younger. It’s not like he just changed.
Gravity falls is maybe the most underrated show of the past decade
@thesamfactory, I know man. I miss it too
But my aim's getting better!
@thesamfactory, I beg to differ. Of course that's my opinion. I see it brought up everywhere by almost everyone. Finding people who don't say it is underrated is the oddity.
I don’t know, I payed attention to them at first... for a few months, then some filthy Floridian tried to race me and I won
Well, when cops aren't around, anything's legal.
16? God damn. In Australia the law is 18 and I still dont trust them on the road. I wouldn't trust myself at 16
@BulbousBiscuit, I agree. I havent met many 16 year olds that were mature to the point that I trust them with a 2000 pound death machine. I thought I was mature at 16 but looking back I feel like I shouldn't have been trusted with that responsibility. 18-21 is a better age to get a license since you're not such a stupid kid at that point.
16?! Who the fvck is letting 16y/os drive?!