I also like the way they (i.e. Australia) publish convicted drunk driver
names in the paper and paint their cars orange...or so I heard.
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Pete - (O o) -
Lake Forest Park, WA
1966 1600 SPL311 roadster
1966 L20B PL411 wagon
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Victor Laury
Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2006 5:11 PM
To: 'Graeme'; email@example.com
Subject: RE: I hate trucks!!!!
>Graeme Wrote - What I don't understand is if these vehicles are
modified to the extent that the drivers cannot see adequately what is around
them, how come they are permitted on public roads? Are these "lift" kits and
huge tyres legal?
Because The US does not require 3rd party Engineer's certification as you
have in Australia. Shame that it is, we are somehow not savvy enough to know
that people will do what they want, if they create a hazard to the public or
not. You should see the monsters running on LA freeways - ford F250's with
the bed floor a full 6'' from the tarmac, doing 90 mph. Yea, Sure, they're
real safe (sarcasm).