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2010-12-25 09:17


So far, at least, we're still free to choose whether to exercise -- or not. We can also decide for ourselves whether to engage in "risky"

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designed to make them "safer" -- even if the risks are (increasingly) remote and theoretical while the cost of protecting against them very

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And very high.

Since the mid-1990s, when driver and passenger air bags became mandatory, the "add-on" cost of government-required safety features amounted

to at least $1,000 per car in direct manufacturing costs -- plus "lifetime" costs (servicing, repairing and replacing these components) that

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repair costs (both bags and all related components have to be replaced, including the steering wheel and dashpad, etc.) for these products

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because the cost of replacing the air bags,

along with the body damage, exceeds 50 percent of the retail value of the vehicle. Older, modestly priced cars are especially vulnerable on

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vehicles are fitted with even more complex/expensive technology that may be damaged and need replacement in the event of an accident.

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have unlimited means -- and at some point, cost has to be taken into account -- "reduced risk" notwithstanding. All the technology in the

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In addition to driver and passenger frontal airbags, many new cars also come equipped with side-impact and curtain air bags -- even knee

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mandatory -- yet -- but odds are good they

will be made so within the next few years. The same is true of technologies such as electronic stability control -- the mandating of which is Microsoft outlook is many people’s favorite.

already under discussion in Congress. As are remote camera back-up monitors (the Cameron Gulbransen Kids and Cars Safety Act).