CollinWoodard268 karma2016-05-19 14:51:14 UTC
Something tells me it's not so simple when you're an immigrant with a family to support and limited language skills.
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CollinWoodard57 karma2016-05-19 13:57:09 UTC
How has no one gone to jail for this yet?
CollinWoodard14 karma2022-03-17 19:23:37 UTC
Smashburger or thick patty?
CollinWoodard7 karma2018-08-08 15:35:17 UTC
Cars from the '50s and '60s (heck, even the '80s) were way less safe than they are today, but for some reason, people still commonly claim "they don't build 'em like they used to." Why do you think this misconception still exists, and what role do you think federal and state agencies should play in changing that perception?
Since cars are so expensive, a lot of people exclusively buy used or keep the same car until it no longer runs. Among mainstream cars, do you see major differences in crash safety between a brand new car and one that's five years old? What about 10 or 20?
What safety features do you think someone shopping for a used car should put on their must-have list?
CollinWoodard7 karma2019-02-26 17:08:54 UTC
Can you tell Keith Barry I said hey?
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