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What’s the easiest way to guarantee that the DMV won’t renew your driver’s license, even if you show up on time with all your paper’s in order? Try this:

(if you can’t see the video, here)

Surprisingly, all injuries were later reported to be very minor. Think they renewed her license?

4 Responses to “How NOT to Renew Your Driver’s License”

  1. on 02 Mar 2007 at 1:26 am Anita Bath

    In Pennsylvania they probably would have … when I was 16, I slid my mom’s minivan straight through the stop sign on the (unpopulated and icy) test course. The instructor wrote down that I would have “hospitalized an entire crosswalk of school children”.

    I was almost in tears and traumatized, and thought I wouldn’t be allowed back to retry the course for months. Then he signs the bottom of the papers and says “Go get your picture, and make sure to have your check”. Talk about luck!

    BTW – thanks for covering for me the past few days, you’re off the hook now. 😉

  2. on 02 Mar 2007 at 12:49 pm Dawn (webmiztris)

    ha ha ha ha ha HA! that’s I think all old people should have to retake their driver’s test!

  3. on 02 Mar 2007 at 11:21 pm Stu

    I had a friend a few years back get tagged by a man in his early eighties. The guy thought he had the car in reverse and he slammed forward, pinned my buddy between a shopping cart and a wall. My friend had five surgeries to repair his knee, was left with a GNARLY scar. The driver was released with a misdemeanor and they SUSPENDED his DL.

    People over 65 should have to take the Behind the Wheel test every two years. It’s not like it’s an inconvenience. They’re (mostly) retired.

  4. on 07 Mar 2007 at 12:03 pm Kodi

    I think that if you are 60+ then you should be kicked off the road. :)

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