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Old 09-02-2005   #1
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scratching the bumper

i barely got my civic and i was going home from getting my tint and when i went down the drive way i heard something hit so being the parinoid driver of my first car i pulled over to see what happened i got low to the floor and the edge of the bumper on the bottom b4 u can start seeing the face was scratched, so after i popped a couple of veins from all the anger i was going tru i realized you cant notice but i still bugs me, i plan to lower it because it looks like a monster truck so should i be expecting to be scratchin the bumper constantly?
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drive more carefully.
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well at least you learned how tall your car is. now you know what not to drive over. And yes, if you lower it, you will be scraping even more so you will need to be even more careful.
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Bleh, who cares!! My front lip is so scraped up i dont even give a crap!! lol... You cant keep a cars paint prefect....
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