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Update: the breaks weren't really a big deal at first because I didn't have to use them all that much until I got to the freeway, and on the freeway you can just kinda let up off the gas to slow down, especially at higher speeds/less traffic. I just remember noting that the breaks felt a little weird, but I was mostly just focusing on trying to stay behind my friend and not get lost. I attributed that weirdness to how certain cars probably feel and drive differently. I just remember at some point after noting the "weird" breaks I had the morbid thought, "heh, you know what'd be terrible is if the breaks went out." But yeah, breaks became a huge deal the moment I got off the freeway. Turns out they actually worked like 25% of the time and you just had to "double-pump it, dude!" Tbh it's a god damn miracle I made it as far as I did and I narrowly avoided several collisions with other vehicles just trying to get his car to his house. Funny enough, I rear-ended his car literally a block away from his house. I do think the situation is morbidly funny in a way, but it was mostly fucking terrifying. Driving without breaks has this terrifying effect of making you feel like you yourself have nerve damage or something. Like my brain is like I'm doing it! But the electrochemical signals relaying that message to your muscles just kinda got fucked up somewhere along the way.
By bumpercarmcgee - / Wednesday 11 May 2016 08:33 / United States
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  socialproduct  |  18

Sounds like the friend should be writing the FML. I don't understand how he would even drive to the dealership, or anywhere for that matter, if the car literally has "no brakes"

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  chinaski7628  |  32

Yeah, but OP didn't know the car he was driving didn't have brakes, so he probably didn't think of that in the few seconds before he rear ended his friend's car. Not everyone has superhero reflexes.

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