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January 15, 2010


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Mike T.

Great point Jim. I learned from years as an auto mechanic followed by decades as a firefighter (attending many auto crashes) NEVER to get in front of, or behind, a vehicle that contained a driver OR one that could get rear-ended. For instance - the dude at my local tire outlet stands in front of my car while he waves me onto the hoist. More fool him. What if I hit the gas instead of the brake? What if my gas pedal stuck (a la Toyota)? Most people don't think.
Jim for Ontario Minister of Motor Vehicle Sense.

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