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Old 03-26-2017, 02:00 AM   #42
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1995 SC2
Default Re: 1996 SL2 questions

Windshields are required to perform their task, by federal regulations in effect by the NHTSA.

The glass is glazed and contains plastic, between the two layers, just like any other U.S.-sold vehicle.

Not saying she couldn't walk away from such a crash, and the spider web is quite high, for a woman that was only 5'07". I am 6'02", and IF I was in a collision in my SC2, I would still BARELY hit my forehead in the tinted area. This was an SL2, with a slightly higher roof.

She was highly UNLIKELY to walk away, from that collision, if in fact her forehead shattered the glass. When your forehead hits the glass, your head gets slammed backwards, which is what causes your neck to snap like a toothpick.

Police investigations can, and often, miss certain details.

"What does a Saturn owner do, at the gas station?"

"He checks the gas, and fills the oil....."


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