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  1. Let’s eat together tonight - Uber-eats carries everywhere!
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  7. Yeah - very sad news. I agree that newer cars usually have better safety features, but sometimes in collisions it comes down to something as simple as weight of the vehicle. In the t-bone case, I think only a much heavier vehicle might have done better, like a SUV - but mileage, CO2, .. are less favourable (and roll-over risk). Rust can also really compromise body integrity and so increase risk during a roll-overs. Cars generally roll over less though than SUV, minivans etc.. but still a newer car would likely have improved safety. Sounds like a dangerous turn.
  8. I'm surprised to hear about 90s cars still around in Canada - most that I've seen don't seem to make it through all the winters I bought a ten year-old used Mazda several years ago, but that was pushing it on the age. Despite relatively low mileage, it did rust out pretty quickly - could have been Mazda. Maybe in BC? California had some old cars in good condition, but no salt, etc..
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