Boat ramp courtesy

poconojoe

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Ramp etiquette is based on common courtesy and common sense, both of which are unfortunately uncommon!
Then there's just plain stupidity and lack of manners.

@Gettnreel , is this just a rhetorical question or are you looking for pointers?
If you're looking for pointers, we can help with that.
 

poconojoe

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Adding to the driver's license discussion...

Whenever I take a test drive at my local car dealer, they always copy my driver's license.

If your buying a car without taking a test drive....well....I won't comment on that....
 

jimmbo

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Again, I have never been asked for any ID, when taking a car for a Test Drive. One Dealer said I could have the Car for several hours, just brink it back before closing time. I did, about 10 minutes before closing. now it was time to start Haggling. After keeping them there for another 1 1/2 hours, on a Friday before a Long Weekend, and I had bought a new Caddy.
 

jlh3rd

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Not true…. I bought my first car at 14, but I could not drive until I got my license at 16.

You can not operate a boat in most States unless you pass a boating test
It appears those born before 1982 get a pass in Pa., Md....maybe others...
Respect and common courtesy are no longer taught by many parents.------No longer taught in schools.---It is against the law to set young folks straight wnen misbehaving.------Court system no longer punishes for bad behavior.
hit nail on head....
 
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