Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by shadowoperative, Oct 27, 2008.
i see it on alot of cars whats its story?
oh, that means the driver either participates in local drift event or autocross.
hope it helps.
I thought it was a sticker in Japan that meant "student driver"? Maybe I'm wrong
something along those lines. It was a badge or award given to drivers, but I forget what exactly it was for. usually the auto x'ers or drifters have it, or riceboys
...Its a student driver badge thats put on cars in Japan, thats what it is really for regardless of what the civic owners want to say
Since most ricers drive like inexperienced punks, I'd say the badge fits.
in japan, it means that they are beginners! STAY AWAY!
i don't see a pic, but based on the replies i'm guessing it's the green/yellow leaf that means beginner driver. the amber/yellow one means senior driver.
It's a symbol for student driver. No drifter sports that shit. I know, I lived in Japan for a year.
It stands for JDM homo
its jdm so its automatically cool
wtf member since 05 and THIS is your first post?
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You are not wrong. In Japan, the sticker warns other drivers that the person behind the wheel sucks, is dangerous, and is to be avoided due to their inexperience. Silly kids. its like getting a kanji tattoo that means "orange" and thinking youre a badass.
a friend of a friend got this tattoo on her:
it means cow. lol