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Old 12-06-2010, 03:24 PM   #1
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Motorcycle awareness course

As riders we have to take MSF course just to get our license. I think we should have a motorcycle awareness course for all the dumbass drivers out there so they can see it from our POV when the act like idiots. I think it would change alot of mind sets
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As riders we have to take MSF course just to get our license. I think we should have a motorcycle awareness course for all the dumbass drivers out there so they can see it from our POV when the act like idiots. I think it would change alot of mind sets
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As riders we have to take MSF course just to get our license. I think we should have a motorcycle awareness course for all the dumbass drivers out there so they can see it from our POV when the act like idiots. I think it would change alot of mind sets
It's called Drivers Ed... and the simple fact is that you can't 'fix' stupid, which comes in several flavors. Cager and Rider.
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Ulric, you're right...there are plenty of stupid riders but for the rest of us who are responsible for the most part it just gets really old. I would even go as far as to say we should put them in extremely low speed traffic scenarios in a parking lot
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