To the person(s) who left black streaks of rubber all over the road:

I don't understand what the point of making loud, screeching noises at night in a residential neighborhood is. I assume you know this is illegal.

Not only does it disturb the peace, but it's very dangerous if you should happen to lose control as your tires spin creating a cloud of smoke. Based on the tracks left behind, I can see that you did come pretty close to my lawn, which is in bad enough shape already. Thankfully, you didn't land on it.

You (or someone else who likes to show off), came back a few days later to lay another set of black streaks, accompanied by the roar of screeching tires.

Jeff Parsons - Townsquare Media
Jeff Parsons - Townsquare Media

I know that this road is pretty much straight for about a mile, and people love to treat it like it is a race track. But people live on this road, and don't want it to feel like they are in the front row of the stands at Oxford Plains Dragway.

I do have to wonder just how bald your tires are now. I bought a set of four recently, and it cost me over $1000. I guess you don't mind burning money as much as you don't mind burning rubber.

For your own safety (and everyone on this stretch of road), please consider your surroundings and just drive to where you're going rather than showing off.

Thank you for your time.

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