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Drive A Tank Lets You Drive Real Tanks, Crush Real Cars

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This year was a particularly tough one for me. I had a lot of things I had to hurdle through, from personal matters to work-related stuff. But now that it’s nearing the end of the year, I’d like to say that 2011 had it’s good times despite all the bad. One thing I learned from everything was how important it was to learn how to let things go in order to move on.

Drive A Tank

To help cope, you could try yoga, pottery, work on arts and crafts, write about it in a journal, do some kick-boxing, or drive a tank and crush some cars. Yes, you read that right: Drive A Tank lets you drive an armored tank around for a day and even crush some real cars, if you want to. How’s that for anger release?

The basic tank driving package costs $499 (USD), and you have to fork over an additional $499 if you want to crush a car. Or if you’re feeling mighty angry that day, just add $200 more dollars and crush two cars.

Drive A Tank Crush

You can drive a tank at Drive A Tank in Kasota, Minnesota. They even offer a helicopter taxi service to and from┬áMinneapolis/St. Paul, since that’s the closest major city. This is a pretty expensive way to manage your anger though, so you might just want to try a few yoga classes instead.

But kidding aside, Drive A Tank seems to offer a unique service that you probably won’t find elsewhere.

[via Reddit]



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