Because I'd do many many things for one...

Interestingly, one of the reasons Morgans aren't currently sold in this country is because Transport Canada requires any prospective dealer to crash test at least three cars, which, if your yearly inventory is half a dozen units at best, is costly and prohibitive. For reasons that aren't easily understood, the government agency is more than willing to adopt crash test results from the U.S.-based National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for major car makers, but insists on putting boutique manufacturers through the hoops.

The Globe and Mail