[DMCForum] Re: FW: Hummer H2 vs. Tahoe
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[DMCForum] Re: FW: Hummer H2 vs. Tahoe



"How many countries has your car liberated?"


Just about the same amount as the Hummers have liberated, aka zero.








-Joe







--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "delorean6859" <tmadsop@xxxx> wrote:
>
> I agree.  Having one of these vehicles gives you piece of mind. 
The
> fact that these cars are on the road doesn't equate to them being
more
> dangerous.  I can bet that I can stop my Hummer on a slick road
faster
> then I can stop my De Lorean thanks to ABS and stabilitrack.  If I
do
> wreck, I'm walking away.  As for the person that is unlucky enough
to
> get in an accident against a Hummer, why should I concern myself
with
> what they are driving?  Should I drive a smaller car so that drunk
> driver or that kid driving a heavily modified Japanese import can
walk
> away when he slams into me or my wife with the kids.  I make no
> apologies for my Hummer.  The owners of the Hummers that are
members
> of HOPE (Hummer Owners Prepared For Emergencies) that responded to
the
> hurricanes are probably glad they have them also, as are the
people's
> whose lives they saved.  I doubt many Prius's were down there
lending
> a hand (that would make them POPE).
>
> Does my wife have any extra training in her H2.  Yes, she has
received
> some training at the local HUmmer dealer on their demonstartion
track
> as well as some wisdom I have imparted on her. 
>
> H2's are also seeing heavy use in Iraq by companies such as
> Blackwater.  You can throw a shitload of armor on them without
> substantial modifications.  How many countries has your car
liberated?
>
> Noone is going to go changing their opinion on these cars.  Bottom
> line, I think I've proven they aren't rebadged Tahoes in my
previous
> post.  They are safer for their occupants should they be in an
> accident and I do not feel they are more prone to getting in
> accidents.  NO special training is necessary in these things with
the
> advancements of ABS and Stabilitrack.  They truly handle on
highways
> like a car.  I called my insurance company earlier today on this
point
> and they have an EXTREMELY low accident claim rate. (Theft is a
> different matter)  That kinda shoots the whole "they are more
> dangerous to others on the road" argument down.
>
>
> I'm just gettin started,
> Nate
>
> My wife likes the visibility she has with this truck.  She can see
> over most other cars.  If the hummer blocks your view because you
are
> in a smaller car, then don't friggin tailgate!
>







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