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News Flash: Angelenos Can't Drive in Rain, Share Angst on Twitter

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Los Angeles is heralded as the sprawling, highway-infused metropolis impervious to bad weather. Known for its growing but still lackluster public transportation system, L.A. has had a celebrated car culture since the 1940s and continues to this day to be a city on wheels. But despite nearly a lifetime since the boom of automobile in L.A., Angelenos still have no idea how to drive in the rain.

So leave it to disgruntled Angelenos on Twitter to express how truly helpless the rain makes them feel:

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