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      07-18-2012, 05:28 PM   #23
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are those red and blue lights in your grills in your sig?
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      07-18-2012, 05:42 PM   #24
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Here is what is obvious to me, especially someone with kids and have seen them mimic what you do. Kids are observant they have all the time in the world to watch and learn. You have to ask yourself how did this kid learn this.

Simple the parents obvious had the kid in the front seat and I'll assume in a car seat. There is no way a kid could have figure that out if they were in a car seat in the back where they should have been. You have parent driving around with a kid in the passenger side front seat watch everything they are doing and this is what happens.
My daughter, at the age of 1 (meaning she sat in the back facing backwards), had already learned to put on the driver's seat seatbelt, put the key into the ignition (wasn't strong enough to turn it over), and play with the signals. And no, we never taught her. We just put her in the driver's seat one day, standing upright and holding onto the steering wheel, and she just casually leaned down and picked up the keys and did all of the above.

So, yeah, not much of a stretch for a 3-year-old.
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      07-18-2012, 06:28 PM   #25
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are those red and blue lights in your grills in your sig?
no just blue lights, the red and blue lights is my drivers side mirror of me getting pulled over.. LOL

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My daughter, at the age of 1 (meaning she sat in the back facing backwards), had already learned to put on the driver's seat seatbelt, put the key into the ignition (wasn't strong enough to turn it over), and play with the signals. And no, we never taught her. We just put her in the driver's seat one day, standing upright and holding onto the steering wheel, and she just casually leaned down and picked up the keys and did all of the above.

So, yeah, not much of a stretch for a 3-year-old.
dude my bro can can probably refurbish and iphone cuz he can grab my phone and look up tom and jerry in a heart beat.... and my iphone is password protected. this kid IQ level = 171
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      07-18-2012, 07:54 PM   #26
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It would be funnier if he crashed the 335i.
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      07-19-2012, 12:16 AM   #27
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It would be funnier if he crashed the 335i.
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yeah it woulve been, i gotta admit.
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      07-19-2012, 12:33 AM   #28
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Wow thats funny. Luckily he didn't pop it into reverse, then it could have been a horror story.

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I don't think an e-brake will hold him back. Once he goes for a ride with you guys and sees how you operate that he'll know what he needs to do.
Think it should, given they always pull it up al the way, kid that young shouldn't have enough strength to lift while holding the button. Then again, this kid is pretty smart, .
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1. who puts the E-brake on in an automatic in the driveway?
2. you can drive with the e-brake pulled up.
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2. you can drive with the e-brake pulled up.[/quote]

Not on the 2 automatics parked in my driveway!
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1. who puts the E-brake on in an automatic in the driveway?
2. you can drive with the e-brake pulled up.
1. it must be a US thing not to put the hand brake on. i saw it in another thread as well. everybody here uses it and if we park on a hill or something we put in a gear.
2. true, forgot it up one day in my old civic. smell like something burned afterwards but it was fine.
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Why was the 3 year old outside unsupervised again? lol
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      07-19-2012, 11:47 AM   #33
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Why was the 3 year old outside unsupervised again? lol
the 15 year old sucks at babysitting lol
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the 15 year old sucks at babysitting lol
ahhh now I see hahah
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      07-20-2012, 10:30 AM   #35
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Haha funny stuff. Your sister probably doesn't think so huh?
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It's kids like this that make it harder for other kids.
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      07-26-2012, 11:36 AM   #39
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1. it must be a US thing not to put the hand brake on. i saw it in another thread as well. everybody here uses it and if we park on a hill or something we put in a gear.
2. true, forgot it up one day in my old civic. smell like something burned afterwards but it was fine.
I always put my car in gear, even if I'm on a slight incline. I'd rather be safe than sorry and having redundancy in things eases my mind.
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That kids funny, still be pissed but funny. Any damage to the car?

In my manual cars I always left them in gear with the ebrake on. My auto's I only use the ebrake on steep hills.
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