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Happiness

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Happiness

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Jumping for Joy
We’re pretty excited the weekend’s here too. #enjoy

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Jumping for Joy

We’re pretty excited the weekend’s here too. #enjoy

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Back to School
What’s up?! It’s Nick. We headed back to school this month like so many of you out there. And let’s just say our junior year of high school started with some bumps in the road.
We got up, got ready and waited outside for the bus. We waited for more than 30 minutes and decided the bus wasn’t going to show up any time soon. Either we missed it or something happened. Our parents left long ago and were probably already at work, so there’s no way they could drive us to school. Only one option remained.
All five of us walked back in the house and grabbed the car keys. Both Carter and Taylor have their POPs (Personal Operators Permit), so they could drive us to school (Note: Some states restrict the number of teen passengers that teen drivers can have in the car. Since we’re all brothers and sisters, we can ride together).
We jumped in the car and started on our way. We didn’t get far before we realized there wasn’t enough gas to get us all the way there. Great. Now what? Time is ticking.
Between the 5 of us, we managed to come up with $15. Not bad. We put gas in the car and once again headed off towards school.
Taylor drove and I must say she did a great job. We pulled into the school parking lot with three minutes to spare before classes started. That’s when we realized we had yet another problem on our hands. No parking permit. Like I said, we hit some bumps in the road.
Fortunately, Carter offered to go to the office to get a permit for the car, which let the rest of us get to class on time. Notice his shirt? 2N2!
What a way to start the year. Let’s hope it only gets better from here. The big lesson is don’t leave your gas tank on E. You can save yourself a lot of stress by fueling up in the evening, if you know you’ll be driving to school the next morning. 
We know we’re not alone. Who else out there had a bumpy start to back to school? What happened?

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Back to School

What’s up?! It’s Nick. We headed back to school this month like so many of you out there. And let’s just say our junior year of high school started with some bumps in the road.

We got up, got ready and waited outside for the bus. We waited for more than 30 minutes and decided the bus wasn’t going to show up any time soon. Either we missed it or something happened. Our parents left long ago and were probably already at work, so there’s no way they could drive us to school. Only one option remained.

All five of us walked back in the house and grabbed the car keys. Both Carter and Taylor have their POPs (Personal Operators Permit), so they could drive us to school (Note: Some states restrict the number of teen passengers that teen drivers can have in the car. Since we’re all brothers and sisters, we can ride together).

We jumped in the car and started on our way. We didn’t get far before we realized there wasn’t enough gas to get us all the way there. Great. Now what? Time is ticking.

Between the 5 of us, we managed to come up with $15. Not bad. We put gas in the car and once again headed off towards school.

Taylor drove and I must say she did a great job. We pulled into the school parking lot with three minutes to spare before classes started. That’s when we realized we had yet another problem on our hands. No parking permit. Like I said, we hit some bumps in the road.

Fortunately, Carter offered to go to the office to get a permit for the car, which let the rest of us get to class on time. Notice his shirt? 2N2!

What a way to start the year. Let’s hope it only gets better from here. The big lesson is don’t leave your gas tank on E. You can save yourself a lot of stress by fueling up in the evening, if you know you’ll be driving to school the next morning. 

We know we’re not alone. Who else out there had a bumpy start to back to school? What happened?

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Stop
Thanks for STOPPING by our blog! We’re 16-year-old quintuplets who are on a mission to help make the roads safer for teens and everyone else out there. Follow our blog for daily safe driving tips! Thank you!!

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Stop

Thanks for STOPPING by our blog! We’re 16-year-old quintuplets who are on a mission to help make the roads safer for teens and everyone else out there. Follow our blog for daily safe driving tips! Thank you!!

We can relate!

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High School

#LOL #SoTrue #PoorPenguin

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When you don’t understand something in class but everyone else does 

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#Inspired
teensquotess:

http://teenlifequotes.com/

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#Inspired

teensquotess:

http://teenlifequotes.com/

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2N2
Remember to drive 2N2 today. 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel.

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2N2

Remember to drive 2N2 today. 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel.

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Seat Belts
Love yourself today by buckling up! #SeatBeltsSaveLives

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Seat Belts

Love yourself today by buckling up! #SeatBeltsSaveLives

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Hello Monday
It’s a new week! Let’s go do some amazing things!


updowngirl:

A new beginning! :)

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Hello Monday

It’s a new week! Let’s go do some amazing things!

updowngirl:

A new beginning! :)

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Enjoy the View
This would be a good weekend to lay back, eat pizza and enjoy the view! #GoodTimes

5 Will Drive -

Enjoy the View

This would be a good weekend to lay back, eat pizza and enjoy the view! #GoodTimes