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View Poll Results: At what age did you REALLY start considering the consequences of your actions?
I am an extraordinary youth who already considers the consequences! 7 25.93%
21 5 18.52%
25 4 14.81%
30 4 14.81%
40 1 3.70%
50 0 0%
There are consequences? 6 22.22%
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i still dont think all that much about the consequences......

im not reckless or stupid, but that cos that stuff doesnt interest me, i still like to party, etc....... to hell with it,
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Only just started thinking about consequences at 21. Have a house/daughter/gf/2 big dogs. Im still irresponsible and i know it... Doesnt bother me. But life isnt long enough to worry about every single thing. Over the going out stage and geting written off for the weekend, would rather save money and spend it on the jeep.....
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But, in saying all of that, my Jeep is on 35s and I know if I was in a crash and at fault I wouldn't be covered,
At fault doesn't matter if their insurance company finds out your vehicle is un-roadworthy/ unregistered/ illegally modified.
You will be deemed at fault. As you should not have been on the road in the first place.

I have a (idiot)mate, who was on the wrong side of the road & had a head on with an unregistered trail bike.

Even with all witnesses, he has been cleared of all charges & insurance claims as the "at fault driver" due to the bike being unregistered & shouldn't have been there.
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I spent time in the army when I was 18 ..........from the second week onwards to this day I have concidered the consequenses of my actions. It does not mean that I don't take a few risks every now and again ........I just think before I act ..........and I have been trying to educate my kids from ages 6 onwards that for most things you do, you face a choice of two things only, good or bad ..........and a good choice is always best :-)
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Some great responses here and a couple of sad ones :(

Thanks folks :)
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Being born and grown up in Munich we had it drummed into us to be responsible from an early age. A bit later a military stint of 15 months just enforced this kind of thinking plus driving cars over there on the famous autobahns teaches you some very more important things about sticking to the rules because others rely on it that you keep to the rules. Plus it helps if you drive at speeds exceeding 200km/h to know others will do the same.
A bit later i had the pleasure to relocate to oz where i learned another thing or two in a more relaxed manner but never the less equally important.
Yes by all means think twice about what you do but don't over do it with everything otherwise you drive yourself crazy in a very short time.
There is a lot to it "She'll be right mate".
Now coming of age i think it goes automatically and i don't think too much of it anymore. Not that i turned into a irresponsibly but sometimes it still takes me by surprise which is nice too. Otherwise it would be too boring...lol...
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