However, assuming that the average speed while in the car was 28mph, then
he spend 1/4 of his life driving. Assuming 1/3 working, 1/3 sleeping that
gives uhh let me zee... clickclackclickclack = 1/12 or 2 hours per day doing
other things, such as speaking to his dog.
On 11/7/04 12:53 PM, in article email@example.com,
come out from under the bed and slurred:
Yep, I agree with what you have said.
I had a vehicle with a rear mounted fuel tank until recently and I donΉt
consider it to be a problem.
I reckon this kid learns to "fix" the minor problems s/he has with the car
and be bloody grateful.
Probably could if you tried, they do tend to have rather soft suspension.
More likely to roll into a ditch after being hit though, been through one of
those, wasn't in a Lincoln but a Ford Tempo (which actually held up
remarkably well) I'd rather not roll over in any car, but there's plenty
that would survive reasonably well.
Where the roads have very soft shoulders and everyone drives like
fools - or else drives so slowly that those driving like fools must
swerve to miss them when they come up from behind driving too fast for
DUI is also EXTREMELY high in Florida - the only state or province I
have driven in (other than Texas) where it is commonplace to see beer
being consumed BY THE DRIVER while on the road.
This would contribute significantly to the roll-over statistics in
Yea, I've seen this site http://www.crownvictoriasafetyalert.com/ about the
fuel tank issue, but hey take what you got and do something fun with it.
That's what I did with my first car. Parents gave me a piece, and I cleaned
it up and had some fun with it. *Point to remember* A vehicle is made to go
from point A to point B. Good luck man
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