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August 17, 2017


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Robin Hartwell

Thanks for the great intel!

Stan Hayden

These are all great features, but people rely too much on them instead of their own skill levels. I watch people race to stoplights/signs, then jam on the brakes. That weekend they are towing a 7500lb trailer at highway speed or worse, swaying all over the roadway. Where are the Police officers to get these folks off the roads. Those safety features are nothing more than gimmicks. If you learn to drive properly and drive with courtesy and never mind those ads on TV showing some joker driving like a lunatic.
Drive properly and obey the road signs and adjust to traffic and weather. If you want to drive fast, go to your local race track.

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