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Advice You’ll Never Get From OnStar.
Don’t you think the expressway will be kind of crazy this time of day?
What made you think it would be quicker to cut through the park?
I don’t think this lane turns left.
You’re not going to take Market, are you?
I think that was already red.
Umm, because it’s the law?
I think the speed limit is 30 through here.
I would have gotten off there.
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