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    Some people got it and some don't
    A lot of driving skill involed there, amazing
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    I have the same problem with "platkarre" they keep scratching my diffs
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    Bloody mall crawlers:-)
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    Anyone can rockcrawl but it takes a pro to merccrawl.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonno99 View Post
    Haha, I was thinking this very thing in traffic this morning!

    We all drive big 4x4s, some bigger than others, and when people drive badly around us the urge is often there to, well, drive over them. And I was wandering if anyone on the forum has ever driven over a car before. Not necessarily in traffic, maybe a scrap car or something...

    But here I have the answer
    Well I could NOT get over him as it was a TAXI, but did push(on perpose) him about 3 meters....lol. He could not say anything as the taxi was not licened on the road. So I said very politely to him and drove off waiving....lol
    I work off shore so I can Play OFF ROAD..lol
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    You guys got it all wrong She didn't want to pay the R200 at DeWilt
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    Isn't that the kind of 'mall crawling'Herman wants to do with his Triton??
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    Rumour has it that Merrem attended one of Herman's 4x4 training courses last weekend. Apparently Herman had to tel her repeatedly that "You can do anything if you just give enough gas and really concentrate on the correct line" as she was a little afraid to offroad with her Suzi. Well done Herman! Look at her achievement just one week later! If it was a Hilux she would propably have been watching days of our lives at home without worrying about the Merc sign stuck underneath her car.

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    Guys. The chick on the phone owns the Merc. The driver of the Suzuki was an American tourist out here visiting her sister (whose car it is). She apparently got confused between the throttle and the brake.

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    And clearly, we can all see why Suzuki's are so highly rated off road!!

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