what is the safest for a family w a baby?


Asked by Aug 11, 2010 at 02:02 AM

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and car with a eurocap 5* rating.... for older cars you cant go wrong with Volvos... :o)


dont go with volvos they have problems later


go for a 4wd how much are u going to spend

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