The little car you can drive in France without a licence

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  1. Tinderbox (UK)

    Tinderbox (UK) BAKED BEAN KING

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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-35210572

    John.
     
  2. KLF

    KLF NBR Super Modernator Super Moderator

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    We have those too, altough here a license is required. It used to be 15 years, as with 50cc mopeds but it was raised one year to 16 on par with 125cc motorcycles.

    Most of the time they should be banned from public roads :p As someone fittingly described, a "plastic giant speaker filled with dudes".
     
  3. Tsunade_Hime

    Tsunade_Hime such bacon. wow

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    Sounds like a death trap, no thanks.
     
  4. Jarhead

    Jarhead 恋の♡アカサタナ

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    Yeah, that car seems to only be good for people wishing to commit suicide via vehicle...

    Especially since it's marketed towards people who are unwilling or unable to learn how to drive properly.
     
  5. KLF

    KLF NBR Super Modernator Super Moderator

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    Last night this one wandered into freeway, probably decided to make a U-turn to get out of there fast and turned in front of a BMW that was accelerating on the left lane.
    ...and then there were 4 car pile-up in the opposing direction, I'd guess someone wanted to see what was happening and slowed down...

    Surprisingly nobody was seriously hurt though. Extremely lucky people around.
     
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