suv. Thursday , September 28th , 2017 - 11:08:05 AM
Americans who live in major cities -- such as New York, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Baltimore, or Atlanta -- often have the option of helping to reduce total yearly carbon emissions by taking public transportation. The American Public Transportation Association estimates that using public transportation saves $1.4 billion worth of gasoline each year. However, many Americans do not live in areas where subways, buses, or trolleys are available or convenient.
Though rollover accidents are regarded as highly survivable events, the integrity of a vehicle's roof structure during impact is crucial. Windshield reinforcement is a critical component of vehicle design: when a windshield is destroyed in the course of an accident, the strength of the roof is instantly reduced by 33 percent. As a result, roof crush injuries are often extremely serious. Common roof crush injuries include neck fractures and other spinal injuries. Sometimes a brain injury may result from the roof crushing in on the vehicle occupant. These head and neck injuries can also cause paraplegia, quadriplegia, or other life-altering conditions.
Many manufacturers claim that their car covers are 100% waterproof. Really?... Even the ones that are constructed of cotton and wool? It would seem so according to the salesmen and the brochures. Let's put it to the test using my coats.
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