FollowupID: 434811 Submitted:
Thursday, Jun 15, 2006 at 11:53
Member - Roachie (SA) posted:
I am flabbergastered at what you have just said.........dumb-struck!!!!!!!!!
I simply cannot believe (I don't dis-believe what you are saying) that any responsible driver
-trainer would allow a trainee to place themselves or their vehicle in a perilous position during a training
The 3 most important things about any driver training
/instruction are :
I realise you're talking about "Advanced" level, but that is still no excuse IMHO. Whether it be in a training
scenario or in a 'real-life' situation, if the driver
or trainer is not 100% confident about the track's stability, vehicle's capability, driver
's capability etc etc, you simply DON'T attempt it (unless you're in an otherwise life-threatening situation I guess.....like a bushfire is roaring up on you from behind and you HAVE to get out of that rocky creek bed etc etc.
Unbelievable!!!!!! Still shaking my head in disbelief!!!!!