Re: [DML] My DeLorean Hit an F150....
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Re: [DML] My DeLorean Hit an F150....

Pickup trucks and SUV's are the most common vehicles on American roads. If a DeLorean impacts one of the most common vehicles in America, its much vaunted crumple extension will be virtually useless. 

I assure you: I am not the first person to notice things like this:

You can be forgiven for not understanding the size disparity risk, but it is something drivers of small cars on American roads should be keenly aware of, simply by looking around them in traffic if nothing else.

Bill Robertson
--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <martin@...> wrote:
> Honestly if you were talking out loud and not typing, you'd be accused 
> of liking the sound of your own voice....
> On 21/03/2012 19:08, content22207 wrote:
> > F100/F150 has been the largest selling single model vehicle of any type (including passenger cars and minivans) in the United States for 33 years. There are a lot of Americans who like them other than me.
> >
> > As stated, I tried with little success to explain the American affinity for pickup trucks to Brits (and future independent Scots) when I was over there in January. You all don't get it, and I know that. But that doesn't change the truth: most Americans like trucks (and truck like SUV's), not just me.
> >
> > Bill Robertson
> > #5939
> >


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