The government should require automakers to make the latest collision prevention technologies standard equipment on all new cars and trucks, a move that could reduce fatal highway accidents by more than half.
“There was Aliyah the Kia. There was Mia the Kia. This is Gia the Kia.” – Josh and his Kia Spectra
“I went in. I was like, this is my car, and I bought it!” – Meagan and her Mazda 3
“I’m a Texas girl. I can’t drive in the snow.” – Morgan and her Honda Fit Sport
“I can do anything, go wherever I want.” – Pace and his 2011 Subaru Legacy
“I’ve met other Challengers on the road. We rev engines back and forth.” – Jonathan and his Dodge Challenger SRT8 392
“Don’t tell my parents, but I really wanna get a motorcycle someday.” – Jessica and her Hyundai Genesis
“Big Mavs fan! I have a Longhorn emblem on the back.” – Jenny and her Acura TSX
“There is just something about when you get on them. It’s such a relief.” – Ryan and his Harley Davidson Street Glide
“It was a gift to myself.” – Jenifer and her Kia Optima
Legislation has passed in the U.S. Senate that would mandate the installation of black box data recorders.
Is it time to call the car industry recovered?
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