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Old 11-29-2013, 01:04 AM
 
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A couple days ago driving back from school, i was driving down ne 12th ave and i got rear ended pretty bad coming to stop at an intersection. After I pulled my car to the side to get out of oncoming traffic, this guy out of nowhere with his car goes on the wrong side of the road and did some Tokyo drift turn. It's ridiculous how reckless people in miami drive. I'm kind of sketchy taking those roads because it seems like people that drive through there are pretty careless when it comes to driving... Is it better to take like the main roads, like Biscayne. Just trying to find a better route to protect my car lol.

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Old 12-01-2013, 01:34 PM
 
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Biking is a great way to protect your car! That and avoiding driving at certain times of day (school hours and evening rush especially).

For the most safety driving though, you can use the avenues that don't go all the way through like 8th and 10th and 14th. Stay off NE6th though, that can get to cut-throat levels.
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Old 12-02-2013, 09:11 AM
 
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Biking is a great way to protect your car! That and avoiding driving at certain times of day (school hours and evening rush especially).

For the most safety driving though, you can use the avenues that don't go all the way through like 8th and 10th and 14th. Stay off NE6th though, that can get to cut-throat levels.
Lol I actually change my route to taking NE 6th ave and I get off at 135th st. I took that way because there wasn't any stop signs and I got rear ended at a stop sign, so I'm kind of spooked. So, you think the safest route is to take 8th, 10th, or 14th? I'm trying to get off 135th st.
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