Yep, just like how I always check that my bumper is not over that line in my garage before I close the door, he should’ve checked that his whole car is within the lift.
In the broadest sense, the absence of a safety feature is not really an adequate defense, though. People win successful lawsuits to bring about change all the time.
Hey! It’s all about saving $1
It’s not ideal on something like an F-Type. I agree.
Like, they have their place and time but I hate everything about that one. The width, the color, the combination of both against the car’s base color...
Yeah to have a system like that with NO safety is highly suspect.
Lol. My coworker has a Charger with an offset stripe like that. She said she got a great deal on it because everyone else hated the stripe and didn’t want to buy it because of that.
Maybe the Jag committed suicide due to the shame of wearing that garish offset stripe?
Sounds like you need a friend-ectomy.
Maybe you shouldn’t be his friend anymore...sounds more like a burden.
The hell does that have to do with anything?
My friend always tells me he will never own any “Jap Crap” like my Subaru.
Pretty offensive in more ways than one.
Oh, and always have to point out that my Subaru is still running every time I have to pick his ass up from the mechanics because his Jeep is down again. Or when I tow his ass out of a ditch... with my…
But just remember, as the phone ages, it may only start a small fire. This is a feature, of course.
He just accidentally turned on survival mode. This new feature of iOS 11 will assist you in starting a fire if you find yourself stranded in the wilderness.
“Bitch, you bought a depreciating asset; stop trying to act like it’s a vital component of your Vanguard account.”
Can this be considered criminally negligent (failure to secure a load), in the eyes of the law?
@dapper_otter: Looks like it came down to a choice of constantly replacing collapsible barriers and making awesome internet videos. Why else have that angle?