Take your average, "I get safe driving checks from Allstate" driver, plop them and their America F**k Yeah car in the middle of Manhattan, and you will produce a "reckless" driver. There are too many pedestrians and cars and dogs and construction zones for anybody here to even approach a modicum of "safety" out on…
Trying to lap Manhattan as fast as possible is a very bad idea for a number of reasons. Even going at moderate speeds is dangerous and any sustained high-speed driving in Manhattan is asking for serious trouble. But is all high-speed public-roads driving reckless?
Being overshadowed by a minivan in the eyes of one's father would wound the pride of even the strongest of men. Sadly, such is the lot of Anthony Roho, who's been forced to compete with a Nissan Quest for his father's affections—and for far too long, it seems.