In Reply to: Re: Any M3 drivers rode in the backseat before? posted by Greg Zielinski on January 07, 2000 at 13:18:43:
I was giving a workmate a ride and he started to back seat drive which pisses me off more than anything.
Next time, I'll give him a ride he won't forget!
: At my old job a did it all the time. Anyone that has ridden in the back seat usually complains of nausea. The front seat riders where a mix. Those who enjoyed sports cars viewed it as a rush. Those who thing 56mph is WAY TO FAST usually complain or vow never to ride with me again. There just something about coming up on a 30MPH turn at 60 that raises the hairs on most passangers!
: I also have taken my GodChild who is 5 out for rides and she sits in the back seat. She says it's a rollercoaster ride too. Recently though I put a DINAN CAI and Exhaust on my car and she says it's too loud now. Go Figure.
: : Rarely do I have adults ride in the backseat of my M3, but I had the "pleasure" of driving 3 of my colleagues to dinner a few weeks back. Since I had to rely on them for directions, I had to make a few U-turns and abrupt lane changes. When we finally got to the restaurant, the two Camry drivers who rode in the backseat complained about nausea and that they feel like throwing up! Guess the RD sways must have done the trick!
: : My 4 year old who rides with me to school never complains and actually loves it when I hit the corners. She says she feels like she's on a rollercoaster! However, got ot tell her not to tell mom!
: : So, if you have someone who pisses you off at work, invite them to lunch! Then, toy with them! ROTFLMAO!