Here's three things that sharply impacted the design of trucks, vans and SUVs this year: Electric, which is being promoted as a greener alternative; size concerns, which are leading to a rash of micro-trucks; and the pandemic, which has spurred renewed interest in living/working out of one's vehicle.
Lastly, this year we encountered the terrifying tale of a truck that drove over the side of a bridge, and was held dangling in place only by the safety chain attached to its trailer. Incredibly, the four occupants—two humans and two dogs—were safely rescued.
Drive safe, folks!
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