My question has to do with these huge ramming devices people are putting
on their newer trucks nowadays. Is anyone aware of any instances where there
was actually an increase in liability as a result of a rear-end collision
inflicted by someone after installing one of these weapons? It makes my back
twinge every time I see one, which is pretty frequent here in Texas. I would
have been killed in the rear-end collision I was in back in September if the
truck that hit me had been equipped with one of these. Some of them take 3
men to install they are so heavy ( the one on my brother-in-law's Dod**
10-ton dually crew cab.
So how about it...any experience with increased damage on your truck or
other vehicle after being hit by one of these urban guerillas?
Tim in Ft Worth
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