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Thread: wrecked my escalade 3 hours ago

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    Re: wrecked my escalade 3 hours ago

    We're glad that your Escalade took good care of you in this situation, bigirb2002, and it's great to hear that it will live on after the accident. Take care and we hope that any needed repairs go smoothly!

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    Re: wrecked my escalade 3 hours ago

    Quote Originally Posted by YoshiMan View Post
    I knew a guy who wrecked his $200 late 80's Ford Tempo because he fell asleep at the wheel, so i don't think that will make much a difference! I would rather crash in an Escalade than anything else.
    wait...so are you saying an 80s Ford Tempo isnt a sweet car?.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent_Assasin
    wait...so are you saying an 80s Ford Tempo isnt a sweet car?.....
    It isn't the cool factor its how safe it is(am I right?)

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    Re: wrecked my escalade 3 hours ago

    Glad you're OK. Driving while sleepy can be just as dangerous as DUI sometimes- it's difficult after a long day at work! Keep a bottle of water in your car, splash some in your face, and then roll the window down. Might help just enough to get home (sleepy only!).

    But I crawled under my ESV for the first time yesterday and can concur, these things are definite tanks. That driveshaft! Those skid plate protectors! I love the idea of all of this moving in AWD unison going down the road. Love this truck.

    Makes your neighbor's Toyota Highlander pretty lame, doesn't it? But you knew that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentinelist
    Glad you're OK. Driving while sleepy can be just as dangerous as DUI sometimes- it's difficult after a long day at work! Keep a bottle of water in your car, splash some in your face, and then roll the window down. Might help just enough to get home (sleepy only!).

    But I crawled under my ESV for the first time yesterday and can concur, these things are definite tanks. That driveshaft! Those skid plate protectors! I love the idea of all of this moving in AWD unison going down the road. Love this truck.

    Makes your neighbor's Toyota Highlander pretty lame, doesn't it? But you knew that.
    I agree with the build of these trucks(ever crawl under a hummer h2 those look unstoppable)
    The only difference between it and the escalade is the skid plates
    I learned young to keep a drink in the vehicle when I drive at all times(and denfently on long trips)

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