Members Judy and Donald Hall ask . . .
Question #1: “I am not confident that I understand what you mean when you speak of reliability. To me the term is a near equivalent to 'durability,' and it pretty much has that meaning in the Consumer Reports magazine. Looking at the context in which you are using the term, 'reliability' seems to refer to your evaluation of the structural integrity of the vehicle and the efficacy of its seat belts upon collision at various speeds, and an assessment involving some combination of flammability and escape routes in case of fire. Do I understand you correctly?”
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