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post #1 of 4 Old 05-13-2017, 10:57 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Hey there!

I tried posting a thread in here before but it didn't get put up, but whatever. I'll try again.

I have a 2015 Magnetic Grey Nissan Versa Note I got brand new with 11 miles. She's got no power accessories and a 5 speed and she's awesome!

You may be wondering, "what's the deal with the username?" Well, one morning last year, I was a little eager to get into work after I parked and forgot to put the e-brake on. My car took an autonomous journey that ended in a fence.



Anyways, lately, I've been obsessed with putting some wheels on my car and lowering it (well, maybe the lower after the 3 year warranty runs out ). I'll be picking your guys' brains in the future probably.

Again, hello!
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post #2 of 4 Old 05-14-2017, 11:04 AM
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Welcome aboard!

Yeah, you should re-read the pages in the driving manual that shows you parking next to a curb and turning your front wheels so the tire faces the curb incase you roll.

Im a parking brake guy myself plus I like to leave the car in a gear position in the rear most position so someone peeking in the window wont mistake it for an auto in park.
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Welcome aboard!

Yeah, you should re-read the pages in the driving manual that shows you parking next to a curb and turning your front wheels so the tire faces the curb incase you roll.

Im a parking brake guy myself plus I like to leave the car in a gear position in the rear most position so someone peeking in the window wont mistake it for an auto in park.
I had mine backed into a parking space perpendicular to the curb, so I would've just hit the car next to me. I'm not sure whether that would have been better or not.
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post #4 of 4 Old 05-15-2017, 06:51 PM
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Welcome aboard! I thought you were going to be some kind of tokyo-drift guy with a username like that but then I read the thread and it all made sense xD
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