I am baffled. Maybe the drivers on Long Island (where I live) are worse than anywhere else.
I hope this isn't too far off-topic. It seems this SUV drove into the wall of a Post Office.
I can't guaranty this link will work. But it seems there are a lot of cars crashing into buildings, on Long Island:
Newsday, the local paper on Long Island (albeit the editorial offices are in Albany), has a Car Crash Gallery. It's absolutely sick. I can't imagine what drugs these drivers were using.
I meant to post this a lot sooner. The car crash gallery has been around a long time, but the "cars into buildings" gallery is new.
I hope I'm not too sarcastic here when I ask "what can I do to avoid having a car plow into my building?"
1) Put blinkies on the outside walls of my house? Or wrap the house in christmas lights and leave them on all year?
2) I knew it. These property owners are at fault. They should have taken the lane... Call a house mover, make sure your house is in the middle of the road so the motorist can see it.
3) Wear a helmet ALWAYS! Even when you are at home, eating , sleeping, in the bathroom, etc...
I could go on.
The number of drivers crashing is incredible, I hope some of you take the trouble of looking at the Car Crash Gallery from Long Island's newspaper, Newsday.
4) These houses are always running red lights and blowing through stop signs, Property Owners should learn the rules of the road, etc...