Originally posted by machz1@Jul 23 2004, 08:19 AM you wanna know willy? its because they let any IDIOT with a desire to drive do it with out REQUIRING any kind of lisence or even a course, and yes i do believe this applies to sleds as well. how many times you almost been plowed over on the trails? personally im glad it happened to him maybe now the stupidF--k will think about that tether next time he gets in a boat! or on a sled. he and his passengers could have had it ALOT worse.IMO
your right, i am always seeing morons on the trail coming around the corners on the far left, with 5 friends behind them, looking confused, thats really dangerous cause i know alot of them are not familiar with the area, one of these days i will pull one from their sled and insert my foot to the knee
Originally posted by mxz7@Jul 23 2004, 01:19 PM Wouldn't have been so bad if the driver hooked up the tether to his beltloop.
i hope his insurance man asks him where his tether is, they will find it hanging off the key in the ignition, hopefully they hold up his claim, this is what drives up our insurance rates, and who knows this could have been an insurance job.
Where I sled: Northern Ontario, mountain lake(N of Apsley)
As Andy mentioned, by the look of the picture the lake he was on was very small in the back ground and there is no way on gods green earth that he should have been doing the speed he was to end up that far in the bush. What a friggin jack ###
It's not an addiction, It's a way of life!!