posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 09:48 PM
In Germany you have twisty roads and highways, stationwagons with more horsepower than common sense (730 PS thats just 20 PS less than an late FORMULA
1 car Schumacher won the championship with) and no speedlimit on some stretches of the Autobahn and lax enforcement on the rest and traffic, sooo much
traffic and roadrage . Riding shotgun with somebody whom goes at a reasonably fast pace on the autobahn is downright frightening for Americans
whom experience it for the first time.
In America on the other hand you have straight roads a ton of states which never had a traffic jam ever and speed limits that put you to sleep and if
you think nobody is gonna monitor that deserted barely used road thats where you get a ticket.
I wondered if you throw in the taffic casulities where are you more likely to die? In Germany or America?