...And the winner is Toyota Yaris, followed by Suzuki SX4 and Chevy Aveo.
Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorneys | Defenders of Justice: Cars with Highest Injury Rates
I have long said the trend towards small cars is going to be a dangerous game, since size (smaller), is directly linked to higher incidence of injury or death. March, Jazz, Yaris, Mirage, and Sentra are but a few of the questionable models from the leading manufacturers.
Frederick Douglass: Find out just what any people will quietly submit to
and you have found out the exact measure of injustice
and wrong which will be imposed upon them, and these
will continue till they are resisted with either
words or blows, or with both.
ďDonít believe them, donít fear them, donít ask
anything of them.Ē
Yeah, it's that dirty ol' law of physics. I drive a full-size Oldsmobile. Still gets 30mpg with its V6. 30 is good enough for me.
Some of those older pre-1980 cars were made of heavy steel and often survived head on collisions with trucks. Modern cars are more like toy cars with an internal frame but every other part designed to fly off or crumple into nothing. This was one of the reasons I was driving and restoring a 1969 Valiant SV1 until Thailand and life changed me.
We could all sit outside on banana lounges discussing the best way to rebuild a 4WD transmission and agree, through shared stories of conquests supporting our assertions, that there is no basis to the proposition that those least assured of their persuasions are the first to condemn others for theirs.