Tuesday, October 11, 2005
The internet is recommending that I buy a larger vehicle for my own protection
CONSIDER BUYING A MID- TO LARGE-SIZE MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN YOU MAKE YOUR NEXT PURCHASE.
The small size of your motor vehicle makes your RealAge older. A large motor vehicle provides more protection in a serious accident than does a small motor vehicle.
Consider buying a mid- to large-size motor vehicle when you make your next purchase. Check Consumer Reports to determine how the motor vehicles that you are interested in perform in crash tests. Although driving a mid- to large-size motor vehicle would make your RealAge younger, the size is not as important as the routine use of seat belts and air bag protection.
They asked if my primary vehicle was a small, mid-sized, or large car. Um, if I'm a cyclist, should I buy a larger bike?
go get a big car right now,