Originally Posted by scx89
Cool story gramps
I love old people who think in absolutes and categorizes all young people as wreckless drivers.
Just to let you know, there are plenty of responsible drivers in university car clubs that are young with fast cars, some obtained with financial help
I love the "plenty of". But what does that plenty mean? 0.5%, 10%, 73% of the total group? You know, there's a specific kind of company out there whose mandate is to measure exactly the risk of accidents given the type of vehicle and age of drivers... INSURANCE, you heard of that? Now why do you think they make these premiums so horribly expensive for kids and sport cars???? Because they have the stats in front of them and they know all too well chances are super high that a kid is going to crash driving a new STI. So they raise the premiums hoping to have none of these risky clients and if there are people still wiling to pay, well insurances have their a** covered financially more or less in case they need to pay for a cut in half STI. Yep, it sucks for the 0.05% (what you called plenty) that are responsible drivers in university car clubs that are young with fast cars, lol. Sucks even more for the smaller fraction paying all by themselves.
Got the point kid? You want some more cool stories?