Every year I participate in a car race with a lot of other drivers. We’ve been doing it for years, and we usually have a lot of fun. I’ve come close to winning many times, but victory has always escaped my grasp. At the last race, there was a bit of an accident. No one was badly injured, but our cars took a bit of a beating. There was a car pile up and I was caught in it. The show plate on my car was ruined, and I had to get a new one from GB Show Plates.
I got my old plate for cheap from another store, and now that I think about it, I should have probably gotten my plate from GB in the beginning. There’s an old saying of getting what you pay for, and it’s exactly right. The old plate wasn’t made as well as the plates that the other drivers had. Their plates survived the car pile up, but mine was split in half. The new plate that I ordered also has a better design than the old one. The old plate looked a bit outdated in comparison to the new one. The color is brighter and the font looks sharper.
The next race will happen in a couple of months, and I plan on winning it. The competition will be as stiff as ever, but I’ve been working on my car maneuvering on the weekends. I think I can get an early lead and keep the rest of the drivers off my back. Usually I start a little behind and have to work my way up to the higher spots later on in the race. If I qualify for a good starting position, I’ll have an advantage over the other racers and maybe I’ll win.