I liked my first; so when I
totalled it while avoiding a deer,I
thought I wanted another--mainly
because I was wearing my seatbelt and
didn't run myself over!Unfortunately,
I overcorrected(35mph), hit a gravel
shoulder,and rolled into a deep ditch.
The insurance company deemed the
I purchased my present Blazer because
I was comfortable with the first, not
knowing it could roll easily.
(I assumed I simply maneuvered it
wrong.) Since then I have friends and
family who insist this is a dangerous
vehicle. It's getting up in miles, so
it's time to say "good-bye".
The paint/rust is just starting to
hit; therefore, it would be wise to
take care of that.
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