Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Educating Virginia Drivers (Course 1)

I can't take it anymore, something must be done. I am sick and tired of driving to and from work here in VA and seeing all the moronic things these VA drivers do. With that being said, I will begin a course on this blog to help educate these schlomos and hopefully we will get some results, or just have fun ripping on them. Feel free to add any courses you see fit.

Today's topic is: Where to place your GPS/Satellite radio in your car

I'll make this one nice and easy folks, using simple pictures, not those silly words that might bewilder you.

The proper place to put your GPS/Satellite radio:

The wrong place to put your GPS/Satellite radio:

Lesson complete.


LoydKristmis said...

I asked Vince, a native of the area, and some sort of lawyer, where to put my GPS.

His response:

"You don't want it blocking something important like the radio. Just put it on the windshield. You're supposed to spend most of your time looking out the side windows at people with flat tires anyways. Whatever you do, don't put it on the ceiling like I did. When I put the top down on my convertible, the GPS disappeared forever. I even looked for it all the way to work yesterday."

TheBlackCrusaders said...

I stand by all of those comments. Although I would like to add that you should also not attempt to put your GPS in your trunk, in the wheel well, or stuff it in your gas tank.

Now if you'll excuse me, I have to drive around I-66 for no reason.