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Thursday, December 23, 2010

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Izzy A

If the accelerator is jammed, shut the car off, or put it in neutral, so you can crawl to safety, and then stop, and shut it off. These should be basic braking skills, and if someone doesn't know this, they shouldn't be able to drive. Brake Override Technology simply stops the car for drivers who don't know how to drive, and shouldn't be on the road in the first place.

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