Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 23:38:57 GMT
Subject: Re: a (happy) Saab story

In article <W6dD3.6013$>, "Guy Drieghe D." <> wrote: > While I have been driving accident-free Me also until someone smashed me! > That was until a car accident happened in front of me, I get them in front of my house at LEAST five times a year, some very serious. > So, what I really wanted to say, is that _no_ car > is absolutely safe, not even a Saab. That's right. >And I just get nervous when people put absolute confidence in their > vehicle -- I didn't get that impression. > If you really feel the need "to drive your car as > you please", consider moving to Istanbul and have > a blast. See how long you would last between all > the other drivers who think and act the same... That's awful! If he is a skilled driver and knows how to handle his car, let him drive as he pleases. They are built to be enjoyed. > But they are not _exceptional_ performers. Just smooth, > zippy, comfortable and very nice to drive. So?? If you are a good driver, you can out perform quite a few, if that is your thing to begin with. > Good & solid cars, I'd say. Me too. > > I'll stop preaching now...sorry. Well, you could get hit by a bus crossing the street too. Sent via Share what you know. Learn what you don't.

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