I don't get it. You gave the hook to the one about the kid laying waste to the streets in a Vette, yet you will still run this Cobalt ad that glamorizes intentional low-speed collisions. I myself tried ramming into a Corvette stopped at a traffic light this morning, just trying to establish a pecking order for the road as the commercial suggests, but the other driver didn't understand. Maybe my '86 Tercel doesn't have the same kind of picnic bench on the back that keeps the Cobalt rubber side down, but I assure you it can hold its own at the local auto-x, especially since I added my Sparco seat belt pads. Let's keep this kind of behavior in the bumper car ring. Thanks for your time.
A Concerned Motorist
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