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Howdy,

Driving on 1-95 southbound in Hollywood, FL yesterday. I was carrying a somewhat short following distance, (here in SOFLA, if you leave anything more than a car length at 85 mph, someone will slide in front of you!). Anyway, Im behind a van and the guy suddenly swerves to the left to avoid hitting two large plastic containers. They measured about 2 feet by 1 1/2 feet by 1 1/2 feet. I hit them. I guess the van guy could see to the front but I couldn't see around the van. The two bins shattered and scored my plastic bra front end. Didn't mess the color up much but definitely dented some of the plastic. Now I have the choice of spending the s to repair the damage, go through the insurance (incl. deductible, free upgrade in premium, etc.) or just ignore it. 2010 997-2. This after getting my driver's door keyed in a restaurant parking lot 2 mo ago. The world is full of assholes.

Ed

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Howdy,

Driving on 1-95 southbound in Hollywood, FL yesterday. I was carrying a somewhat short following distance, (here in SOFLA, if you leave anything more than a car length at 85 mph, someone will slide in front of you!). Anyway, Im behind a van and the guy suddenly swerves to the left to avoid hitting two large plastic containers. They measured about 2 feet by 1 1/2 feet by 1 1/2 feet. I hit them. I guess the van guy could see to the front but I couldn't see around the van. The two bins shattered and scored my plastic bra front end. Didn't mess the color up much but definitely dented some of the plastic. Now I have the choice of spending the s to repair the damage, go through the insurance (incl. deductible, free upgrade in premium, etc.) or just ignore it. 2010 997-2. This after getting my driver's door keyed in a restaurant parking lot 2 mo ago. The world is full of assholes.

Ed

I'd open up your following distance, and even if someone does slide in front of you, filling the gap, the most you're gonna lose is a microsecond or two when you continue to maintain the proper distance. Considering the consequences otherwise, microseconds are cheap.

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Howdy,

Driving on 1-95 southbound in Hollywood, FL yesterday. I was carrying a somewhat short following distance, (here in SOFLA, if you leave anything more than a car length at 85 mph, someone will slide in front of you!). Anyway, Im behind a van and the guy suddenly swerves to the left to avoid hitting two large plastic containers. They measured about 2 feet by 1 1/2 feet by 1 1/2 feet. I hit them. I guess the van guy could see to the front but I couldn't see around the van. The two bins shattered and scored my plastic bra front end. Didn't mess the color up much but definitely dented some of the plastic. Now I have the choice of spending the s to repair the damage, go through the insurance (incl. deductible, free upgrade in premium, etc.) or just ignore it. 2010 997-2. This after getting my driver's door keyed in a restaurant parking lot 2 mo ago. The world is full of assholes.

Ed

I'd open up your following distance, and even if someone does slide in front of you, filling the gap, the most you're gonna lose is a microsecond or two when you continue to maintain the proper distance. Considering the consequences otherwise, microseconds are cheap.

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Move out of S. Florida like I did drive1.gif ! I now live just south of Daytona ,and don't miss that section of I-95 at all ! LOL Good luck, that stuff "WILL" happen down there. Also, get 3 or 4 estimates ,you would be surprised,of the different cost's some body shops will tell you ?

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