tailgater


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a driver who follows too closely behind another motor vehicle

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Often a tailgater will be inspired by another person's setup and will come to you for advice on how to make their own.
Notes: The one Extreme tailgater should be ready for display no later than Friday July 29, 2016 and delivered to zip code 74954.
TGM founder Randy Dye depicts it as this, “The Parking Lot Pro network are Official Event Partners of Tailgater.
Teaching the tailgater a lesson is absolutely not in your best interest.
The American Tailgating Association - and please don't scoff at the idea of an American Tailgating Association, because really, who else is going to give the tailgater a voice at the national level?
The excitement of Friday night pep rallies always spills over to bright and early game day mornings when tailgaters arrive on campus to claim prime spots.
It is interesting that tailgaters willingly extend hospitality to strangers; however, if a stranger "steals" a spot that another tailgater identifies as his own, hostility arises.
Among the notable sites is the home of the American Tailgaters Association (ATA; www.
My name is Joe Cahn, and I'm known by everyone as the Commissioner of Tailgating, the world's only professional tailgater.
Edmund King, executive director of RAC Foundation, says: 'Motorists are right to fear the tailgater on motorways.
An even higher level of security can be obtained using the company's no-tailgating protection, which works with an infrared array and camera that sends an alarm and pictures of the user and tailgater to the system's command center software.
One tailgater designed his own striped piece of art by converting a shuttle bus as transportation for the tailgate party.
For now, the Autzen Stadium parking lot sits as quiet as a polite tailgater guest after biting into an undercooked buffalo wing.
In addition, 90 percent consider grilling to be an important part of the tailgater, with 57 percent of those responding that it's "extremely important.
The Tailgater wants the person in front to know THEY are more important.