> Don Ohio Wrote:
> Maybe not, but the pickups I fear worst are the Dodge drivers. From LONG
> experience, I have developed that sense that Ken talked about,
> heightened awareness of trouble about to happen. I've had more trouble
> with Dodge truck drivers following me than Ford and Chevy put together.
> Just sayin!
Dodge/mopar don’t like to follow they like to lead the pack!
If nascar didn’t make them run restrictor plates against Chevys and then ban hemi (banning a canted valve ford engine in the process) just so chevy could win in the 70s
Dodge/mopar and ford would be way more ahead in engine development then chevy or general motors ever could be if it wasn’t for the officials bowing to the crowds of Chevy owners that were complaining that chevy/Gm wasn’t winning
Shame about that motorcycle accident I hope the person goes away for a long time
I don’t have prejudice against the vehicle brand I prejudice against inexperienced, distracted drivers, aggressive and of course drunk drivers,
For me In my neighborhood that boomed with thousands of new middle to hi end houses the past few years
It’s usually the rich/doctors, many that only been in this country for a few years that little/no usa driving experience driving very high-end expensive cars and SUVs that I have the most trouble with especially at the roundabouts, not using turn signals taking 4 parking spaces,
And most scary going left of center right at me if I’m on a bike or like today in my minivan to ovoid mail/ delivery truck or parked car stopped on their side of the road instead of stoping making me stop and move way over or they would hit me! apparently they have no clue that’s completely illegal dangerous move.