Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 22:49:32 -0500
From: Four Weis <mweinopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Any thoughts on safety?


Pictures may not make a lasting impression and may be walking through a junkyard might. I had the opportunity to work in the operating room of a hospital while I was younger. Let's just say I got hands on and hands in experience on the after effects of automobile accidents. I had a Ford when I started working in the OR and ended up with a Volvo and Saab before I left the job. I don't know if it would be possible for your son to volunteer in an Emergency Room, but he would see enough convince him a safe car is important. If he is not scared off, he just might be inspired to pursue a career in medicine. Elizabeth wrote: > GREAT link! Thanks so much! THAT site is getting printed! I > appreciate your help! :) > > -Elizabeth > > Chris Ault <caultnopsamna.com> wrote in message news:<3DE3BA54.F701AD88nopsamna.com>... > > This is my favourite list of "Saab Saves Lives" - I still get shivers > > thinking about the head-on with the Honda: "the other driver did not > > make it" (scroll down to June 2000). > > > > Check out http://www.saabnet.com/tsn/ssl for the complete listing with > > photos. Let the whole page load, it's full of great stories of why I > > drive nothing but Saabs. > > > > You can also go through the product literature on that site for more > > details on crumple zones and safety if that is not enough to rattle him > > sane. > > > > -chris > > 78 99 - *my* first car > > 85 900 > > 87 9000T > > 97 900 SE > >

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