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Don't get carried away
by Drei Laurel | Nov 7, 2016

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Five things you should never do in a brand new car. Yeah, we know it can be difficult to keep from getting carried away in your shiny new ride. The first thing we all want to do is find a nice, open stretch of road and floor it—but of course, we shouldn't. In case you don't know, here's why.

 

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Someone please explain to us what's happening here. We can't read Russian. But our guess is somebody forgot to pull up the handbrake. Hey, at least it makes for great viral material.

 

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This is why we love Tokyo. Now this is what we call a Halloween celebration. A fleet of dressed-up Lamborghinis take to Tokyo's streets to pose and show off. Keep your eyes out for Pikachu.

 

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The Ferrari-engined Toyota 86. This car was the talk of the town over at SEMA 2016. Now, watch it in action as it does donuts around a real prancing pony.

 

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Around the Nurburgring on two wheels. No, we aren't talking about motorcycles. Chinese stunt driver Han Yue tears up the Ring in a Mini on one side.

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