While the world is turning its attention to the green economy car many continue to love the larger mode of transportation. There is no doubt the newer more compact cars are popular and trendy and yet the options drivers sacrifice have a number of drivers questioning the true value in this trade off and the validity of the need behind it. This raises the question do the specifications for the shrinking automobiles factor the wide range of shapes and sizes within the human population insuring a safe driving experience for every driver big or small?
The pros for those doing their part to trade in their larger family vans, cars, truck and SUV’s are obvious, the size is the most notable, it uses less fuel and or energy which is the optimal goal relieving our planet of undo stress and pollution. As most of the population goes with the tide of change a portion of those drivers can make good use of the abandoned trucks and SUV in Salt Lake City still provides servicing after all it beats sending them off to the crusher and recycles helping the planet. This can be done while the brain trust behind this movement heads back to the drawing board adding the actual varying size of the human population into the equation troubleshooting the issue of fit and safety.
The pro’s of larger automobiles and SUV Salt Lake City are size allowing ample cargo and passenger space not to mention the comfort for big and tall people who do not fit into compact cars. Tall and big people have to wonder if their safety is compromised when crammed into small vehicles that do not adequately accommodate their height and size like the large variety. If in an accident the risk of them breaking limbs or experiencing serious damage seems greater as they don’t have the room to avoid contact with the heavy metal of the automobile frame, hood, windshield etc. It is not rational thinking to consider tall and large people can travel as safely as their smaller counterparts in vehicles that are not large enough for them to comfortably fit without jeopardizing their well being and safety. It is not possible for a driver to properly drive a automobile that does not afford them comfortable access to the controls, gas and breaks within a safe range of motion assuring optimal maneuvering.