Just my two cents

If people wouldn't have died in those Cobalts effected by the ignition switch thing, news coverage would've never gotten this blown out of proportion. It would've been carried out like every other recall.

Was it ever actually proven that those deaths were tied with the faulty switches? I stopped reading about it before court hearings even started. Could they have been from the fact that these things are about as strong as cardboard?


I just can't even internet right now because everything auto related is about a $35,000,000 fine from some Government organization.

Sorry for the rants. I'm just tired of hearing about it I assume.