hey man i am a firefighter. and i have see two jeep wranglers flipped this past week. and both people have walked away. except for the guy on the motor cycle. but the guys driving the jeeps had some minnor cuts but they were both wearing their seatbelts. i am glad you are ok but please wear your seatbelt take it from someone who sees it all the time they really do save lives. but it seems like she held up pretty well in a wreck
yeah i know i was stupid for not buckling up. i had honestly been back in the jeep for like 3 minutes going down the road, no exucses i know. the windshield was my head. the other car was a grand am or a bonneville. that is totalled what happend was i went as hard right as i could. everyone ahead of me slammed on the brakes for a turning car i was looking down at something looked up just in time for $*%& and turn hard right. cleaned out his right rear trunk and pushed him at a diagnol like \ and he hit another car totaling it too. i am very lucky i am wearing my seatbelt anytime im in a car now i learned my leason just because i got away scotch free doesnt mean push it again. it was a sign. the heep will be back on the road by this weekend hopefully if i can get the steering box and new leaves.
LOL scott free? Your head must have hurt alittle. I had a guy pull out in front of me, didnt even see me. I slammed on my brakes, he heard me then. He hit his brakes and stopped infront of me in a panic. I have a square channel boxed front bumper with a winch. I stopped about 11 inches from his driver door. I would have killed him if I was looking away for any reason. He is also lucky I had just done my brakes.
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