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Learning something new can be a very scary experience Of course I think I can discover and have discovered something original from every incident in my life but sometimes I wish there had been easier ways to gain those insights Sometime in June of the year 2001 when I arrived to the United States from Brazil my parents and I were welcomed at the airport by this very nice lady whose name was Romy My dad would be taking Romys job in a few weeks and I assume it was her duty to show us around the new town and to get us acquainted with living in Maryland She took us shopping for basic necessities and soon after that since we would soon need to move around on our own we went hunting for a car We went to several car dealerships and finally ended up in Chambersburg We were about to move on to another place when it started to drizzle We got inside the vehicle made a left at the exit of the automobile dealership and as soon as we were back on the road a couple of feet ahead the light turned red Initially I though Romy would have plenty of time to stop However she was not able to and ended up hitting one of the cars that had already come to a halt at the signal The accident despite being awful was meaningful to me because I learned some driving techniques I learned about the importance of wearing a seat belt and I learned that I am not supposed to step out of my car whenever an accident happens The accident was meaningful because I learned some driving techniques Romy the driver was talking on the cell phone and wasnt very focused on the road She was also driving faster then she should have been for certain weather conditions because the drizzle was now a pour She did not realize
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