Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 09:49:16 +0100
From: Paul Halliday <paul.hallidaynopsamin.net>
Subject: Re: New Saab, old story.


in article C82X6.3560$VQ4.524590nopsam010.worldonline.dk, VIKINGMAN at saabnopsamlixnet._nospam_dk wrote on 17/06/2001 14:21: > "Paul Halliday" <paul.hallidaynopsamin.net> skrev i en meddelelse > news:B7501075.2485%paul.hallidaynopsamin.net... >> in article upriitcm8kr88dsutn8a3n7plaq7qnivj5nopsamcom, Bob at >> uctraingnopsamanet.com wrote on 15/06/2001 03:22: >> >>> On Thu, 14 Jun 2001 13:00:32 -0700, Milton Brewster >>> <scribblenopsam.com> wrote: > >> ... and if you've got ABS, just make sure the car behind does as well.> >> Paul > > Uhrm, why? On dry road, ABS-brakes has a longer braking distance than > without! That is if the driver knows how to operate brakes!!! > > Cheers! Agreed, but speaking from two family members' experiences of having their newish ABS endowed motors totalled by non-ABS driver behind skidding into their rear causing them to shunt into the car infront. Both indicents were on snow/ice though. Whiplash and collar bone bruises are not funny :( Regards, Paul 1988 900T

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