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“He was doing over 100 miles per hour.”
“I got mixed up and took Highway 50 South instead of North.”
“I don't drive recklessly though. I'm just accident-prone.”
“Before you pull out, check in your rear view mirror to see if there's anyone behind the car.”
“I got pulled over on my way home last night.”
“I'm driving through a rough part of town.”
“I got in an accident and messed up your car.”
“I did it in under seven hours.”
“We took turns driving, so it wasn't that bad.”
“It's an 8-hour drive, so we should leave here by nine o'clock.”
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