The Great Gatsby

Refer 3 instances how a person drives a car in The Great Gatsby also shows how they treat people

I'm trying to find 3 references of how an indiviual in The Great Gatsby drives a car is a clear sign of how they treat people

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Owl Eyes man crashes his car at Gatsby's party. He claims someone else was driving which foreshadows another crash that will happen later in the book.

Daisy recklessly runs over Myrtle. This shows Daisy's reckless behavior and that she is unconcerned with others. This might also show she intentionally meant to kill Tom's mistress.

Tom drives fast and recklessly. When stopped by a policeman he merely needs to drop important names to get off without penalty. Tom knows that his money and stature makes him immune to what "normal" people would get in trouble for.