Well I gotta disagree with you on about 3 things, maybe 5.
First i'm 17 going on 18 in the summer, which of course will only lead to a more biased opinion against me. Second, I just found out that I won't even be insured on the car that I get, but rather on my mom's navigator(speed3 would be a helluva lot less for her anyway). Third, i'm paying for my own gas bro, this "spoiled ass" happens to have a pretty good job for someone my age and the speed3 beats the hell out of the mileage i'm getting now(even if I did have to pay for premium). Lastly, if you read my last post I say absolutely nothing about getting a speed3. Thats what I started the thread on, but I only replied because I find it irritating that every adult considers kids in the same light. When will I be old enough to actually be considered a good driver. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, etc, etc. When do you get to the point when you can walk around proudly displaying a fast piece of machinery and people will go, "Yep, he's just the right age, he definitely won't do anything stupid." So heres a question to people who think they know at what age one becomes a good driver... Most people will say that five minutes isn't a very long time. Add a minute to the five and you get six. Most would just say "who cares six is only one more than five, whats the big deal." Add another minute and you get seven, most people would say "pfft, its only one more than six, who cares, its only one minute." So if you consider five minutes a short time, and six minutes a short time, and seven minutes a short time, in essence there is no difference between them. So the question is, when do you get to the point that a short time becomes a long time if your always just adding a minute?