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  1. Ottoman's Avatar
    The ending was disappointing. I would've loved to see more misery being heaped on him
  2. hasanJ's Avatar
    as far as i know if ur freefalling down a slope without revving the Engine its best to keep the car in Gear and shift up or down depending on the speed

    Freefalling on Neutral is kinda dangerous as u can easily loose control of the car

    correct me if im wrong though
  3. ASKnASK's Avatar
    Its not that easy to do... On a busy interchange.
  4. SilverDrag's Avatar
    when going down the slope you guys showed have put the working car at the back so that it could brake for the dead car as well and the collision would have been avoided
  5. jz90's Avatar
    nice blog..... an interesting story!
    Thanks for sharing!
  6. ASKnASK's Avatar
    I did actually
  7. Pleasant's Avatar
    Bad day .......... !
    BTW i hate rains becoz of these incidents happens here there
    and u enjoy rain u must have really enjoyed the rain in problem
  8. XxRebellionxX's Avatar
    WTF I Loled So Hard Man................Totally Pwned Lmao
  9. Spiderman3000's Avatar
    A bad day for ya, eh? It happens to everyone. Including me.
  10. ASKnASK's Avatar
    Well they'd have charged if they had actually installed something in my car...
    But they didn't so it was free.

    The Problem:

    Didn't add this to the post as it was already too long.

    This corolla has such a design that uses ONE belt for connecting the water body, the engine and the generator. When that belt broke and fell off, the water body stopped working. The engine didn't get a regulated water supply, and heated up. Because of the weak battery, the sensor failed to report the proper temperature. When I turned off the overheated engine and poured water into the radiator, I guess it got damaged.

    Mechanic on Monday or Tuesday... Lets see what develops.
  11. CrashBandicoot's Avatar
    Did the motorway mobile workshop charge you something or it was free?
  12. syedfarazahmed's Avatar
    ^^^
    good blog. so did you find out what prob your car's engine was having ?
  13. ASKnASK's Avatar
    No no no! lol
    Not at 90... 90 was the speed on the motorway.

    He used the 1st gear after we rolled down that slope.
  14. Syavash's Avatar
    ,Maybe you could have just broken the car's side window got into it and waited for the police to come and tow ur car

    btw that driver was ridiculouse, 1st gear at 90km/h idiot
  15. ASKnASK's Avatar
    They said we don't tow cars but we could get a taxi to tow your car.

    I don't trust taxi walas.
  16. Sire Ahsan's Avatar
    Dude ... why didnt you just get the motorway guys to tow you ? :/

    I mean ... WHY ? :/ ... jeez! I dont feel sorry for you now, cus what you did was STUPID!
  17. CrashBandicoot's Avatar
    Towing at 90Kph in zero visibility?? You must be kidding...
    I have towed many friends,and some have towed me on various occasions...Its a very tricky business....and 90 Kph is too much.
    Unlike Pakistan,here if we break down on the motorway,the Highway agency charges around 25000 Rupiah for any help...If you run out of fuel on motorway..they deliver fuel at about 1000 Rupiah per liter.

    Its always best not to break down on motorway,and check your car thoroughly if you have a motorway on your track.

    Good to know that eventually everything was taken care of..
    Well written and interesting blog..Keep it up.
  18. hasanJ's Avatar
    damn too many things happened tht shuldnt have happened -.-
    meh its just one of those days
  19. Hacks's Avatar
    whoa that's one heck of a day ... glad you survived
  20. AcHa BaChA's Avatar
    Nice blog....waise happy ending to hai yar...you have to agree
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