Except you want your car to bend and flex and smash. We could use hardened steel to make cars much more resilient to impact, but the problem is that they wouldn't absorb any of the impact. You want everything that can move to move in order to allow the huge force to be distributed evenly. if you're the only thing in the car that moves, you'll be the only thing absorbing the blow and your body will literally get torn apart.
@Pete Parker , or become a crunchy blood filled water ballon
@Dexios S Divine, bingo
@Pete Parker , which is exactly why I 1965 Buick can plow through a wall but a 1995 Volvo won’t kill you when you hit somebody
@Pete Parker , optimally you also want your minivan to do a somersault
@Pete Parker ,
Yeah but....the car looks immaculate so
@Pete Parker , yeah, not when it's built to go off road
Coming this fall to fvck your life sideways
@Spaceman Sp1ff, well as long as it’s the American cars stealing my job..
@Stealthnuker, from the looks of it, yea they dead.
@Stealthnuker, they bank account dead when they're paying $45,000 for a small suv with 10 year old technology, driving on pavement everyday with a super uncomfortable ride.
@SWAT the fireman, never got the point of buying a brand new Jeep. Jeeps are meant to be rough and full of character. Also I would bet the people in the t-boned car are fine. I’ve seen worse accidents with pretty much no injuries.
@MetalHeadTony, yeah but that bull bar definitely put the dent through the center of the side of that right about waist height for those passengers. Like taking a baseball bat to aluminium siding
you know not the worst advertising.
The guy behind is like “Welp, that was interesting. Gotta go.”
Ford made a car out of hemp. Look it up.
I know that’s terrible but it’s also funny af
Jeep Wrangler: Punt all the other bitches.
Ahem, let’s see if I’m doing this right... ’Yeet’
Blow through a red light to flex your Wrangler
The hammer of justice