Shocking: Travis Kelce’s untold story about the reckless driving car crash he had with his teammates back in 2007…

Shocking: Travis Kelce's untold story about the reckless driving car crash he had with his teammates back in 2007...

 

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift have been seen in his 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle recently and it seems that his driving skills are now top notch, however, back in 2007, Kelce totaled the family’s caravan by driving wrecklessly, a bad situation that got him his licence suspended.

 

Shocking: Travis Kelce's untold story about the reckless driving car crash he had with his teammates back in 2007...
Travis Kelce recently brought up the incedent in the “New Heights” podcast with his brother Jason and recommended teenagers not to play with driving vehicles, as he learned from experience that he put his and other lives in danger.

According to his story, Back in Ohio, Travis and other high school football teammates decided to have some fun while driving a hand-me-down minivan, Kelce began swirling around in and out of traffick and eventually, he hit three cars when he lost control of the car.

Kelce opened up “I had just got my driver’s license suspended by the state of Ohio.” right after, Jason interruped laughing “For totaling my hand-me-down Dodge caravan from you! It was a purple van with a silver back [door], we called it the Purple Dragon.”

Travis continued while changing the tone of the tale “Flying around with a few of the guys from the football team in the back. Kids, wear your seat belt… don’t do this, this was very dumb and I’m very glad everyone came out okay, it was lucky,” Travis elaborated “I was swerving in and out of traffic, and I hit three parked cars.

Long story short, I’m going to blame it on the tires. There’s about a 30-yard f****** skid mark going into these parked cars, I wasn’t going that fast, probably only 45 miles per hour, but it was pretty crazy.” he told.

Fortunately, everyone in the car was okay and there was nobody hurt, “But I’m glad I came out okay, and that the guys’ cars that I hit weren’t too damaged, so it wasn’t that crazy on the insurance… but I did get my license taken for this,” Kelce said.

“I put everyone’s life in danger, so deservedly so. Don’t do that s*** kids. Be a better kid than me.”