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Want to keep your new car safe and protect everyone who rides within it? IndiaAutomobile.com offers a guide for conducting a puja. Hindus use the ritual, which shows respect for chosen gods or goddesses, to ask for a blessing on a newly-purchased object. The pujari performs the puja at a Hindu temple. You'll need four lemons, one coconut and money (for the pujari). Alternatively, Christians may use this blessing provided by Drdriving. If you have any safe driving rituals or ceremonies (you OCD readers, you), let us know.

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  • Johnhender Johnhender on Jul 26, 2007

    when i am in thailand on trips all the taxi has the marks from the monks they still try to scare the crap out of you there My friend has the priest bless his ford which i thought was dumb but wah do i know?

  • Miked Miked on Jul 26, 2007

    CO is also open carry. But a nice benefit is even with out a CCW you can conceal (even on your person) in your car. Except in Denver where the hippies have ruined it. I'm just hoping the Boulder hippies don't ruin it for me.

  • Gfen Gfen on Jul 27, 2007

    I believe Ohio mandates that you have to put your weapon into a clearly visible place when driving. Here in PA, I not only am expected to keep it concealed, but I'm under no obligation to the police about it when stopped.

  • LoserBoy LoserBoy on Jul 27, 2007

    Can one of the four lemons be the car?