|Originally posted by Lilith |
You poor boy
Car accident injuries sometimes take awhile to really show how bad they are to things like your neck and back, can be hard to impossible to fix as well. About the only complaint from my friend is that she said her ears hurt from the airbags going off, so I'll keep an eye on her for a few days to make sure there isn't anything else.
Small cars are ok for what they are, provided that you're only being hit by other small cars, if you didn't want to spend a lot of money I guess you could look around for an older Mercedes, Toyota or Peugot. They're very tough! Kind of rudimentary inside and certainly but they're built out of big lumps of dumb iron, seem to go forever too.
Found out why my friends brother was happy to loan me the nissan.
It's loud, like break windows loud roar and all these, howling, whooshing noises
It has bricks for suspension and it feels like you're being kicked in the bum over the smallest of bumps
It's low, which makes it interesting/embarrassing to get out of in a dress.
It uses really expensive petrol at a rate that made my V8 look frugal, unless you don't rev it much and it's like any other 4 cylinder job.
It scares the crap out me.
I think I'll sort of only use it if I really, really have too.
That car reminds me of one my uncle had.
He wasn't kidding when he said the car has, "road feel"...
"...End? No, the journey doesn't end here. Death is just another path...one that we all must take.
The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all change to silver glass...and then you see it...
...white shores...and beyond...the far green country under a swift sunrise."