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  • #31
    Originally posted by Too_Many_Tools

    What this country needs is $10/gal gas...then we will get serious about curing our addiction to foreign oil.

    TMT
    Most likely to happen when a lot of countries refuse to sell Oil to the US.

    Could be a rapid conversion to high MPG cars.

    Steve Larner

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    • #32
      Originally posted by SDL
      Most likely to happen when a lot of countries refuse to sell Oil to the US.

      Could be a rapid conversion to high MPG cars.

      Steve Larner
      Won't happen untill the jerks at the NTSB or who ever is responsible
      for all the half a$$ed "safety" requiremnts for every thing on the
      public roads. :-(
      ...lew...

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      • #33
        Has it been on "Top Gear" yet?

        I'm n0t looking at anything until the 'boys' have had a go at it.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by SDL
          Most likely to happen when a lot of countries refuse to sell Oil to the US.

          Could be a rapid conversion to high MPG cars.

          Steve Larner

          I expect a sudden "correction".

          As we have seen a couple of years ago with SUVs when gas edged higher, vehicles with low MPG can't be given away when it happens.

          The refusal could easily be wanting to be paid in something other than the American dollar...which we have also seen a push for.

          It is just a matter of time...

          TMT

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Lew Hartswick
            Won't happen untill the jerks at the NTSB or who ever is responsible
            for all the half a$$ed "safety" requiremnts for every thing on the
            public roads. :-(
            ...lew...

            You apparently have not had a family member severely injured or killed in a car accident.

            Your opinion will change if it happens in the future...those half a$$ed "safety" requirements are there for a very good reason.

            The public has shown by voting with its wallet that safety is a primary concern for them.

            Would you care to tell us what safety requirement(s) you consider to be unnecessary?

            TMT

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