A game played on the streets with cars. Two people in each car: one driver and one chaser. A group of car owners get together and drive around neighborhoods chasing after each other. At red lights, deadends, or traps the chaser jumps out of the car and tags another participating car. He/she then jumps back in their assigned vehicle and drives away. The tagged car is now "it". The game continues until one gets pulled over by the police or people run out of gas money.
by John Linden October 25, 2006
Activity enjoyed by young adults whom have recently aquired drivers licenses. Geographic boundries are determined through a vote. A rabit car is selected through rock, paper, scisors. That car then gets a 10 min head start, must drive with their lights on, window down, and can not park. The other participants then go looking for this rabbit car. A tag is conducted when a chaser car is within honking range and the rabbit car hears the chaser car. Both cars then go back to a predetermined "base camp" where the car that got the rabbit then becomes the rabbit.
by Bmoss January 28, 2006