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So, bringing a spacecraft in for docking requires you to put your craft on a collision course. Docking is just a low-speed collision, after all. NASA will not allow this, so anyone bringing payload to the station has to rendezvous and place the craft within range for the ISS to grab it and bring it in.
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You'll always be free to do your driving for fun on private roads and tracks, but keep your "fun" off the roads that I have to share with you.