Reply to post: Re: Now ask me why ...

Connected car in the second-hand lot? Don't buy it if you're not hack-savvy

d3vy

Re: Now ask me why ...

"Besides, they truly don't make 'em like they used to"

That's not always a good thing...

Safety has improved massively over the years. For both occupants and pedestrians: as an example on detecting a pedestrian impact my bonnet pops up on springs to provide a cusioned surface for them to hit. The interior is full of air bags and I won't be impaled on my steering column.

I wonder if I could up rate the springs and launch them into low orbit...

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