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Old 11-14-2007, 10:13 AM
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thats all fine and dandy cliffy, but what if its the other person whose at fault? ive been in one wreck that was remotely my fault (ive been rear ended about a dozen times, t boned, side swiped, run over by an 18 wheeler trailer (i should have stopped farther back as he was turning 90 degrees toward me), i think thats about it.
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[/align][/align]Good heavens, where do you drive that all this has befallen you? As I said I've been driving over 45 years (since I was 15) and have had4 crashes (I lied above, you rmention of being "rear-ended" reminded me of an incident in the summer of '71 when a woman in a pickup bashed in the back-end of a '65 VW Beetle I had--racetrack mishaps don't count)...[/align][/align]As for the exploding steering wheel, since moving to Florida 15 years (and some 525k miles) ago one of the first mods I make is yanking the stupid thing out. I've got a MOMO hub and aftermarket wheel in my '03 GT (all it takes is a 2.3 Ohm resistor to fool the airbag controller).[/align][/align]Ifind it quite ironic that the same government that insists we ride down the road the road with these things literally "in our face" won't let you ship one via it's own postal service--try to get one on an airplane.[/align][/align]
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