Tuesday, April 4, 2017

example, americans are ridiculous selfish people who always want the whole other countries to accommodate to them and have opposite perspective.

  • The 25 years, or older, rule effectively prevents parallel imports. No such thing in Japan. American safety and emissions regulations aren’t necessarily better than those in Europe or Japan, however, they are immensely different. This requires significant amounts of engineering and testing, several magnitudes higher than what it takes to change the often lamented frequencies of key fobs and radios to EU and JP standards. (American carmakers and UAW operatives will and do claim that the cunning rest of the world has completely different rules, aimed at keeping Americans out. That discussion will never end.)

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