As far back as I can remember, and I can remember way back, (and before GTA) drivers were crashing cars, high performance cars, even with race tracks around. Alcohol was involved in a number of these accidents. All involved reckless behavior that caught up with the driver and often his passengers. My first and strong image of an accident was when I was with my Dad and we came upon a pretty recent accident. Car (traveling at some speed) left the road and smashed into a substantial tree in the front yard of a house. The car -- unrecognizable but a pre-WW2 model of car -- was just a ball of metal. As Dad and I watched a person (coroner?) went from body to body -- they were scattered about the front yard -- and all 3 young men were declared deceased.Is it the lack of Racetracks / Dragways or lack of respect for the power of these cars? GTA makes anyone who plays it think it's OK to drive like that.
Don’t worry the government will have mandated neutering of the EV’s.and just wait till the general public can do 0-60 in 3 sec driving any electric car. It's gonna be a chit show.
They're much safer though, AWD and low center of gravity prevents stuff like this from happening. Tesla even says their cars can't be rolled over.and just wait till the general public can do 0-60 in 3 sec driving any electric car. It's gonna be a chit show.
Hell, these folks went over a 250ft cliff and still couldn't roll it over...and they all lived.I bet I could do it, gimme a hillside.
Just burn...Hell, these folks went over a 250ft cliff and still couldn't roll it over...and they all lived.
“The damage to the vehicle would indicate that it hit, and then flipped several times,” Pottenger said. The car came to rest on its wheels, he added."
Tesla plunges 250 feet off a California cliff, all 4 occupants survive | CNN
Surprisingly it didn't catch on fire either. Bet you can't say that with an ICE vehicle in the same situation.Just burn...
Well, it fell off a 250ft cliff, that's a little different than going down a hillside.I saw that , but it does roll. It's just good at landing on its feet.