I’ve discovered the slowest car on the road and wonder if this discovery is consistent across the country.
In my neck of the woods, there appears to be some kind of legal obligation to control the speed of these particular cars, probably in an effort to promote slower speeds in other drivers.
The actual result, though, is road rage. That’s especially true when stuck behind one of these cars when late to a party to view the NFC championship game.
I’m willing to bet that very few people have ever been passed by the slowest car ever: the Chrysler Town & Country. Here in Washington, the vans must come equipped with speed-limiting governors, legal contracts for slowness or drivers who lack the ability to put pressure on their right foot.
Whatever the reason, the one car you never want to see when you’re in a hurry is the Chrysler minivan.