Accident Attorneys' Guide to Buying a Safe Car

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These are considerations when deciding the best vehicle to buy for your family, certainly. However, something that should be read by anyone thinking of getting a new family vehicle, even before the glossy brochures at the dealership, are the latest car safety reports. The discerning driver will put family safety ahead of 0 to 60 mph times, and a responsible Portland car accident lawyer would advise any new buyer that flashy cars and some top-heavy SUV’s, while they might look good, don’t provide the kind of protection a parent would want for their child in the event of an accident.

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