This Awesome Trick Will Let You Drift Like A Pro In Any Car

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(As long as it's front-wheel-drive).

Chances are, that if you are a high school or college student, or just plain broke, you don't own a high powered, RWD car that can pull off spectacular drifts. Well, just because your daily driver is an old Camry, Civic, or worse, a minivan doesn't mean you can't get in on the drifting fun. If you have never heard of tray sliding, get ready to have some fun! Basically, just take two trays from a fast food restaurant or your school cafeteria and place them under your rear tires. Then engage your handbrake. With just those two steps, you are ready to drift!

With the handbrake on, your rear wheels will not spin and the front tires will drive as usual. The result is that your crappy car can slide around like a high-powered RWD sports car. Have fun, just avoid wrapping your car around a pole!

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