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May 18, 2017


Always check the tide charts.

Witnesses said the man insisted on driving the vehicle away after it was towed, even though its lights were flashing and its engine was making strange sounds.

A Florida boating license is on the way.

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins)


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Sir, it is called a LAND Rover.

The owner insisted on driving the vehicle home even though the lights were flashing and the engine sounded funny. In my limited experience with rental Land Rovers in Canada, that is a normal operating condition for one.

To be fully equipped the Land Rover should come with a winch and an anchor.

By the time I start driving vehicles to the train, having lights that work is considered a luxury. Strange engine noise would be an upgrade.

"Baby We were born to RUN..."

We're Farmers Insurance, and we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two.

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