Florida Dog Drives In Circles For 90 Minutes A man in Port Saint Lucie, Fla., left his dog Max alone in the car. Max kicked the car into reverse, causing it to drive backwards. The car drove in circles until it eventually hit a mailbox.
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Florida Dog Drives In Circles For 90 Minutes

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Florida Dog Drives In Circles For 90 Minutes

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A man in Port Saint Lucie, Fla., left his dog Max alone in the car. Max kicked the car into reverse, causing it to drive backwards. The car drove in circles until it eventually hit a mailbox.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. I'd say bad dog, but honestly, I'm pretty impressed. A man in Port St. Lucie, Fla., left his dog Max alone in the car. Max kicked the car into reverse, causing it to drive backwards for around 90 minutes. The car drove in circles, so it didn't get very far. Eventually, it stopped when it hit a mailbox. Max hopped out as soon as the police opened the door. A neighbor who saw it said, give that dog a license. He drives better than some humans.

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