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Old 07-08-2009, 01:03 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Grey Goose (Retired) - '89 Geo Metro LSI 4 door hatch back
Last 3: 57.16 mpg (US)

Tweety - '91 Geo Metro Convertible -2 Door convertible LSI
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90 day: 43.97 mpg (US)

Shadow - '02 Honda Shadow VT1100
90 day: 43.46 mpg (US)

Sonic - '07 Honda CBR1000RR
90 day: 42.69 mpg (US)

Filmore - '84 Volkswagen Vanagon
90 day: 20.9 mpg (US)
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Originally Posted by Shawn D. View Post
A bit melodramatic, eh? There are already many small cars out there, even in the US.

Yeah, with four bicycle tires, zero safety, and the ability to only fit a single, moderate-sized person. It's not a "real" car by any means.
I don't rely upon cars expensive features for safety. I drive safely and am aware of my surroundings. A cars safety features are an excuse to ignore safe driving IMO. 90% of the cars that pass me every day only have one occupant. Why can't people carpool, or buy a small commuter car for commuting. Have the bigger car for when you need the room.
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