Sunday, January 31, 2010

POV = aaaahhh

Believe me, you want a POV at MC 'A' school.  A Personally Owned Vehicle gives you greater independence which lowers stress levels... Unless you're being bombarded with ride requests.  It's a small price to pay.

My only transport is a 2008 Honda Shadow, and it's way too cold to be on a bike.  Up until now I've been taking the shuttle, cabs, and the backseats of other peoples' rides.

My dad was nice enough to lend me his car until I graduate in April.  He just bought my recently deceased grandfather's truck so now there's an extra vehicle available.  My shipmate Justin Johndro drove me in 4 inches of snow, bad drivers, and traffic jams to meet dadeo halfway (dad lives 2.5 hours away) so I could get the car.

It's not hard to have a car on base here at Fort Meade.  You just take an online safety course, which doesn't take long.  And there's plenty of parking.

Motorcycles are another story.  

I haven't thoroughly researched it, but I can tell you this.  Be ready to provide written proof of safety courses you've taken (MSF card) or face the possibility of a waiting list to retake everything over again.

Check out this motorcycle FAQ for more information.

Many thanks to dad, Kathy, and           Johndro! ------>

I'm going to get my car.


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