[DML] Re: You *do* drive your Deloreans, don't you?
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[DML] Re: You *do* drive your Deloreans, don't you?

Drive yes.  Daily driver, no.

A story for you.  When I was in Redmond, WA, I went to a Fred Meyer
store for five minutes and when I returned, there is a hairline
scratch on the gray bumper.  I was really ticked off because it
obviously was a scratch made with a key or a sharp object.  Redmond is
home to Microsoft and lots of people drive Lexus, BMWs, and other nice
cars.  Why someone would do this is beyond me.  Lesson learned.

So if you've got a real nice D, select your destination carefully. 
It's actually safer to drive and park in the middle of nowhere.   

Where do I take my car?  Country clubs.  Golf courses.  Parades.  Tech
sessions.  Places you're familiar with and know that people there will
respect other people's properties.  Park at a spot with few cars
around or park next to nice BMWs or Mercedes.  

That's my two cents.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Wilson Hitchings" <canon20dfan@...>
> In response to a post from another Delorean website, I'm curious if any 
> of you owners resist driving the car due to worries of other drivers. 
> Or dings in parking lots. Or....?

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