Here I come a-tooting again! This time about those that toot – automobiles.
Every day there are many car-crushing, heart-crushing accidents. Many construction materials besides metal could be used in the production of cars. I would suggest hard rubber for the main body. Two cars colliding from any direction would jump apart rather than mold into one.
All auto companies could produce their own version and it would be interesting to see the results. Competition produces quality. Try it, boys. Paint adheres to rubber also, so each purchaser could still have his or her favorite color!
Perhaps I am all wet on this subject. Responses would be welcome.
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