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Old 09-17-2013, 11:02 PM   #341
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Looking through this thread, there seems to be a lot of touch the glass, don't tell how to drive, feet on the dash, eating, drinking, enter/exit, touching the radio and farting rules...LOL

It is so funny. I guess some of y'all ride with a bunch of touch everything, tell you what to do, complain and full of gas folks...ha ha ha
Yeah, that's kinda what I was thinking too.

Pretty much everything I heard (eating, feet on dash, screwing with the creature comforts, puking, etc) is basic, common sense approach of respect for other people's stuff.

But one thing, that I would imagine someone would ask first, and will never be allowed, is NO SMOKING.

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Old 09-17-2013, 11:08 PM   #342
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-no smoking
-no feet on the dash board
-no giving directions
-if you sit in the passenger seat you are not a passenger you are the NAVIGATOR-and be good because if you mis turn....????
-if you are in the truck then you go where it points not where you want it t point.
-Driver controls radio/music
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Old 09-18-2013, 01:03 AM   #343
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I know it's silly, but I hate when passengers close the air vents or adjust them to ridiculous angles... I have to have them either perfectly straight or pointing at the side window...
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:16 AM   #344
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It is just so funny to me that so many people has mentioned "don't touch the radio" I would figure, the nerve of some one to get in your vehicle and turn off what "YOU" are listening to. Who does that? Spouses? Kids? Your friends?

I am so glad people do not do stuff like that in my truck. Now mind you, I do have respect for different people riding with me and I would not have it as loud as I would if driving alone or with my husband. And I have respect for my Mom and Grandmama, and other people who are dear to me, to not play music with a lot of cursing and stuff.
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:53 AM   #345
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Originally Posted by XLTOffRoad View Post
Bet thats some extreme yoga when the airbag goes off and you have your feet on the dash.
We call that the "lawn chair"

Lawn chair folds up on itself, legs and feet above your head, arms to the side, yup she would lawn chair herself.
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Old 12-30-2013, 09:19 PM   #346
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this thread is hilarious. but i secretly have similar rules...that's probably why i rarely have passengers! :evil:

ppl with muddy shoes...PLEASE kick off the extra dirt before coming in and don't rub it all over the side carpeted areas! keep those muddy shoes ON THE MAT where i can keep the inside clean! heck, i keep my muddy shoes in the truck bed!

oh yah...def no smoking & no feet on my dash. damn trashy ppl.
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Old 12-30-2013, 09:34 PM   #347
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Originally Posted by jaconn02 View Post
I watched a guy at the car wash spend about 40 min cleaning his truck (GMC) when he was done the first thing he did was lite a cigarette. He just wasted that entire 40 min. Gross.
I spend 2 hours or so making my interior spotless. Then 3 days of work and it's filthy. Impossible to keep clean with my job and that's being careful. My co-worker's vehicles are disguisting.
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I agree with the masses no smoke no feet on dash or out the window no loading or unloading from the side of the box and god forbid you slide that little metal Levi button down the side of the truck... Oh yeah and if your cat walks across my hood it won't be coming home!
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Old 12-30-2013, 10:18 PM   #349
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I have one rule.

-No smoking in the back seat.

My truck is a truck and gets used to get to and from the jobsite so the floor is always dirty and im constantly eating in it.
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Get in, sit down, shut up and hold on!
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