No doubt, new cars are safer than our beloved JNCs. The latest vehicles have systems to make sure that you, and the car, are in a heightened state of awareness, from automatic braking to lane keeping Assistance. Heck, the highest level of safety on some JNCs are seatbelts, and ABS brakes if you’re lucky. That said, how do you feel driving around in your JNC? Do you wonder about a possible fender bender, damaging your prized possession, or an injury?
How safe do you feel on the road with your JNC?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What’s your argument for keeping a JNC in a relationship?”
Relationships can be tricky when there is something that drives a wedge between it. From last week’s QotW, it sounds like some of you, like Ryan, have the right idea by putting everything on the table as a first impression. Meanwhile, Banpei keeps it low key, no need to rock the boat with oil-stained parts and NOS taillights.
Then there are those like Andrew, who not only gets to have a great JNC, but also a partner that can put up with it (even by accident). P.S. buy flowers every time those drain plugs are used!
I still can’t believe my own levels of cheekiness when shortly after marrying I told my wife, “I think we need to upgrade to a practical, responsible family car. Something with four doors. Something like this 1977 Cedric hardtop!” Somehow she accepted both the existence and the frequent usage of drain plugs on her side of the car surprisingly well!
Omedetou! Your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop.