Driver survives

  peter99co 20:29 25 Aug 10

click here

a dramatic US highway crash.

He can run be he can't fly.

  birdface 23:17 25 Aug 10

One lucky chappie.
How he survived that I know not.

  Quickbeam 00:43 26 Aug 10

American cars have always had crap handling characteristics, a Morris Minor would never have done that, mainly on account that it wouldn't reach half the required speed...

  QuizMan 15:56 26 Aug 10

"American cars have always had crap handling characteristics". I just assumed that they pretended that they handled badly for the benefit of the US film/TV industry; clearly, I was wrong.

  Forum Editor 19:14 26 Aug 10

and not one of them has had "crap handling characteristics", in fact they've all been a pleasure to drive.

  kev d 19:18 26 Aug 10

well when they are twenty feet up in the air though.

  onthelimit 21:05 26 Aug 10

In a straight line perhaps (unless they've changed significantly in the last 30 yrs!).

  Forum Editor 21:13 26 Aug 10

Thirty years is a long time. The cars I've driven have been good - both on the straight and on twisting roads through the mountains.

  Quickbeam 11:02 27 Aug 10

The real problem is all those piles of boxes that get in the way of American cars when they want to go somewhere in a hurry...

  peter99co 14:08 27 Aug 10

The bridge that got in the way of that American car when it wanted to go somewhere in a hurry...nearly took the driver to the Pearly Gates. He would have rammed them as well the way he was going.

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