Trollhattan Saab Volvo: We Own Safety. Skills, not so much…. October 26, 2007 12 Comments Perhaps it’s time for a caption contest? This pic from a local Trollhattan news report yesterday. Thanks ctm. Share this post, bro:TweetEmailPrint Saab safety Previous Post Next Post You may also like August 12, 2007 Saab classic 900 production figures May 3, 2006 European Car Mag on the Aero-X January 19, 2007 Saab Australia offer for Diesel customers 12 Comments Yesterday, a Volvo accidently found its way into the small town of Trollhättan. Volvo is a road going vehicle that is more common along the coastline, and its not often seen in these areas. Immediately, the local population of Saab’s were out in force and manage to hunt and kill the prey before it could wreck more havoc. Reply Safe cars, it takes one to know one…. 😉 Reply Crossbreeding? Could it help Volvo? Reply Further down the page a picture of a sibling, by marriage, a fine GM product that has managed to escape the Florida Turnpike (at least it has landed on its feet). Did someone tell the Chevy that they stopped driving on the wrong side of the road forty years ago in Sweden? http://www.ttela.se/uploaded/image/2007/10/26/blixthalka1.jpg Reply Somebody threw a Tin Can at a Swedish Supermodel. 🙂 Reply Suggested caption: “The real reason Volvo drivers need BLIS – Blind Spot Information System.” Reply The ONLY reason ovlov has this perceived “safety” thing going is their (old) clunky rear-drives fly off slick roads into trees and a strapped-in occupant survives. Later they learned somehow not to fly off the road. Reply “Four-Eyed Beast Jealous of Beauty, Lashes Out” Reply memo to ctm: very funny Reply Before we had kids, the wife and I used to spend Sunday morings downtown at the coffee shop watching all the Volvo drivers try to back into the parking spaces. It was amazing, but every Volvo that pulled up had the worst time backing into the parking spaces. It is a running joke in our hosehold. Reply Love the tin can/supermodel one. Surprises from the crash: -None of the Volvo’s 18 driving lights managed to assist it in avoiding the Saab -The 240 was able to get up to a speed sufficient to make impacts – A long-running question is given a surprising answer by the 240’s ruined bumper and turn signals: yes, it could have been uglier Reply Why would anyone throw a brick at a Saab? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.