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I agree with you on this one Jim. If Ford was in the wrong regarding the material used to construct the windshield, I think it atleast owes the family an explanation. I would not go as far to say Ford should pay anything in compensation for the death due to the fact the driver was not wearing a seatbelt. Seatbelts are there for a reason and they do save lives. I try to think about everything in a risk/reward sort of way. If I do not wear my seatbelt, what benefit am I getting? Not much, maybe a wrinkle or two less on my shirt, but I risk losing my life. Not a very good handoff in my mind.

Kyle
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