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Old 10-06-2020, 02:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lucky that's all that happened. The guy was 2 seconds late through the intersection and could have creamed cross traffic if they weren't looking out.



This is another reason why roof racks for bicycles wouldn't work for me; there's zero chance I would remember the bikes as I pull into the garage. Maybe I'd remember once or twice, but eventually I wouldn't.
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This is another reason why roof racks for bicycles wouldn't work for me; there's zero chance I would remember the bikes as I pull into the garage. Maybe I'd remember once or twice, but eventually I wouldn't.
Even when I'm not driving something with an excess height, I usually keep an eye for height limits by default. Sometimes it may seem quite obsessive, but I prefer to check everything beforehand, instead of becoming forced to stop by and rearrange cargo to prevent damage while passing through places with a tighter height restriction.
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This is another reason why roof racks for bicycles wouldn't work for me; there's zero chance I would remember the bikes as I pull into the garage. Maybe I'd remember once or twice, but eventually I wouldn't.
When I bought a bike roof rack long ago to use to move across the country, it came with a mirror hanger tang that read "BIKE UP" with a big arrow.

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