I personally know at least ten people who've been in roll-over crashes in Discoveries, Two or three who've been in roll-overs in Range Rover Classics (one of which the vehicle rolled through several lanes of highway traffic and came to a stop wheels down-she began driving home and was stopped by a policeman and told she had to see a doctor-she responded that she was a doctor-he followed her home) , and one or two who've been in roll-over crashes in P38 Range Rovers.
Of those that I have known personally, the worst one was where a lady was unable to extricate herself. All of the others, the driver and adult passengers were able to exit the vehicles under their own power.
In one of the more dramatic, after the disco came to a rest upside down, the two little boys who were strapped into car seats in the back seat were giggling maniacally screaming "daddy, daddy, do it again"!
I know OF another ten or fifteen folks who've been in roll-over crashes in Discoveries. Only one did not survive the crash.
My son was rear-ended three times in his '88 Range Rover Classic. Both times, full-size Ford SUVs (the last one was an Excursion going 55 MPH and hit him when he was stopped) were completely totalled and the drivers injured badly. The worst injury he or his passengers received was a twisted ankle that happened after the crash.
I think they are safe enough for me and my family to ride in.
Yes, I am still alive, and still in the Rover parts business.
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Dominic Perodeau/Global British is a thieving bastard, do not send him money.