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    #411
    That may have been survivable if the ambulance had more decent crumple zone volume. Unfortunately, these cab over vans don't offer much front passenger cabin protection.

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    #412
    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    That may have been survivable if the ambulance had more decent crumple zone volume. Unfortunately, these cab over vans don't offer much front passenger cabin protection.
    yup.
    i sold my breadloaf van 15 years ago.

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    #413
    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    That may have been survivable if the ambulance had more decent crumple zone volume. Unfortunately, these cab over vans don't offer much front passenger cabin protection.
    Flat nose vans are dangerous, especially the L300 FBs... Ngayon lang inisip ng Toyota mag lagay ng engine sa harap ng Hi-ace...

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    #414
    Buhay pa rin si one eye bandit...???



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    #415
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Buhay pa rin si one eye bandit...???


    i haven't seen the guy for some time now.
    has he turned a new leaf?
    or... he finally met the fate that he had been tempting for so long?

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    #416
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Flat nose vans are dangerous, especially the L300 FBs... Ngayon lang inisip ng Toyota mag lagay ng engine sa harap ng Hi-ace...
    american mack trucks have noses.
    european and asian equivalents... nose-less.

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    #417
    Those flat noses are doubly dangerous on provincial 2 way roads. Road system would be much safer if it were one way like in most developed countries.

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    #418
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    american mack trucks have noses.
    european and asian equivalents... nose-less.
    For Europe this is driven by length restrictions on commercial vehicles. They are incentivized to make the cab as short as possible in order to have more trailer space.

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    #419
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Flat nose vans are dangerous, especially the L300 FBs... Ngayon lang inisip ng Toyota mag lagay ng engine sa harap ng Hi-ace...
    Hindi ko maintindihan sa mga flat nose karamihan sa mga Van . Sila pa talaga mabilis at reckless sa daan


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    #420
    Quote Originally Posted by yubby24 View Post
    The ambulance had a dash cam. Truck driver is at fault. Sana di na lang sila nag-overtake dun sa kotse. Kung di naman nasapul yung ambulansya, yung bahay naman ang naararo nya.
    Yung dashcam video po pala mismo napost nyo...

    Anyway, the video proves this statement of the truck driver is complete and utter BS:

    But the truck driver insisted that the ambulance was the one that strayed into his lane.

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