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Posted by RN on September 16, 2000 at 16:23:27:

In Reply to: Never let friends drive... posted by killjoy on September 16, 2000 at 15:48:15:

that an M3 enthusiast would ask this question.... kidding. Nothing suppose to be wrong, especially you couldn't find anything weird after you are suspicious. Nothing wrong with him too, as a friend, but if he's nice he would ask you first. Don't worry too much.


Hey anyone here get burned by letting a friend drive their M3?
I MIGHT HAVE..
My friend and me, are headed to get some lunch, and he asks if he could drive. Normally, I'd say no, but he's like a father to me and was a highway patrolman for years, so I figured he'd take it easy, right? Well, he did, up until he decided to hit 60 mph in a parking lot and hit the handbrake... the wheels locked for a second. Could this have caused any damage? I checked the tires and didn't find any flat spots. Basically, I want to know what if any harm could this have done? Thanks.





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