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15 of the best and worst things that happen in a car

By Young Automotive Group  |  Posted Apr 21st, 2015 @ 9:00pm


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We live our lives behind the wheel, so naturally, some of life's best moments happen in cars — as do the worst.

Here's a look at the best and worst things to ever happen in the car, like ...

... rocking out with friends while cruising around town ...

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... or singing, not rocking out, but really getting into it ...

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... or singing out your devastation in the pouring rain.

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Love can bloom in the car, like when you're impressing your girlfriend with your sweet ride ...

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... until you accidentally break wind in the car ...

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... but being relieved to find out you haven't completely repulsed your girlfriend, and you know it's love ...

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... unless you can't get the girl of your dreams, because you realize you'll never be as cool as her boyfriend.

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... Or what about when your girlfriend gets her driver's license and almost gets everyone killed ...

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... and you see your life flash before your eyes ...

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... but nothing strikes more fear than seeing those flashing red and blue lights in your rearview mirror ...

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... and you try to play it cool, but you know you're in for it ...

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... so they give you a ticket and still have to give you "that look" as they cruise by.

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Some of life's biggest adventures happen on road trips, even if you're just playing games on long car rides and things get a little heated ...

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... or psyching out other drivers ...

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... but as long as you make it home in one piece, the road trips are always worth it.

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Whether your life behind the wheel is just beginning or you're a veteran road warrior, Young Automotive Group can help you find the right car for your next adventure. Here's to more "bests" and fewer "worsts" on the road.

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