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Bullet through windshield nearly hits deputy during High Desert car chase - Press-Enterprise December 12, 2009
The gunfire erupted after the deputy stopped a 1993 Mercury Cougar about 5:30 pm Thursday near Amargosa and Placida Roads in Victorville. Suspects in Victorville chase, shooting identifiedMen arrested for attempted murder of deputyCrime and public safety, December 12all 10 news articles »
Driver crashes trying to outrun Oak Harbor police - Seattle Post Intelligencer December 12, 2009
Truck ends up on 2 cars after crash in Vancouver - OregonLive.com December 11, 2009
about 1:30 pm near Northeast Mill Plain Boulevard and 97th Avenue and found a truck resting on top of a 1998 BMW 323 Coupe and a 1997 Mercury Cougar. Pickup ends up on 2 cars in Vancouver crashall 2 news articles »
Repeat drunk driver jailed - London Free Press December 11, 2009
14, 2008, at about 8:30 pm when his 1999 grey Mercury Cougar swerved and hit a light standard in the centre of Highbury Ave., shearing it off. and more »
Icy conditions cause chaos - Mail Tribune December 12, 2009
Holly Thorne, 27, of Medford, lost control of her silver Mercury Cougar as she was turning onto McAndrews Road from Ross Lane in Medford to deliver a pizza and more »
• Theresa M. Donegan of Carlisle suffered a minor injury after she struck a deer while driving a 2002 Mercury Cougar south on Interstate 81 in Silver Spring Township around 10:36 a. m. April 4. • A car belonging to a Landisburg man caught on fire around 2:45 a. m. on April 5 while parked along Church Street just south of West Main Street in New Bloomfield. The car came to a final stop along the shoulder. State Police in Carlisle (249-2121). State Police in Newport (567-3110). Police say the deer ran from the median into the roadway. • Merchandise was stolen at about 3 a. m. April 1 from the Perry Petroleum Place in the 1100 block of Susquehanna Trail in Liverpool Township. Sunday's Sentinel police log. Donegan was wearing a seat belt.
A: Did you check the selling dealer? We keep the key codes for the cars we sell in a record room. You get the code and the parts guy can cut a new one. Also retry the copy keys again, don't insert it all the way and wiggle the key in and out, sometimes a bad cut can still be used, the other thing is a locksmith, but I would look in all pants and jacket pockets first to find the old one,If you do find it get at least 2 copy's made (answered by Josh S on October 10, 2009)A: first try another ford/merc dealer(small town dealer),if no luck,call local locksmith ,explain problems ,tell about the keys you have and he can probably make them work. (answered by ramcharger on October 09, 2009)
A: Unfortunately, your only way to figure this one out just may be to go to Babies R Us and try some out. That said, I have a very tiny car, a Honda Civic coupe, and had no trouble at all fitting a rear facing convertible in it. No, the front passenger driver didn't get to move back very much, but that's how it goes with a small car. If you have already had an infant seat in it, you should have no difficulty getting a convertible in there. Infant seats tend to take up more space, b/c they are so reclined. Now that he is 8 months old, it doesn't have to be reclined 45 degrees anymore. It can sit more upright. Not straight upright, but say, 30 degrees or so. That said, here are the BEST choices are there, keeping in mind these 3 things:
1)The best car seat is one that fits in your car, fits your child, and will be used correctly 100% of the time. This is why features that make car seats easier to use (like built in lockoffs) really DO matter - if its easy to use, you're more likely to use it correctly.
2)Keep baby rear facing AS LONG AS POSSIBLE!!! The advice of turning them forward facing at 20lbs/1year is outdated. the AAP and NHTSA now recommend keeping them rear facing until they have reached the maximum weight of the seat rear facing, this is why high rear facing limits (greater than 30lbs) are important
3)After turning them forward, keep them in a 5 point harness as long as possible. It is safest. No 4 year olds in boosters - they're not ready! It literally means the difference of life and death, check out the Kyle Miller story on the internet. This is why higher front facing weight limits (higher than 40lbs) are important
A seat that almost always fits the bill, in fact I haven't heard of a car it wouldn't work in yet, is the Britax Marathon/Boulevard/Decathalon. These 3 are the same seat, just different variances of luxury additions, with the Marathon being the cheapest base model, and it can be found for regular price of $269, and on sale at Albee Baby online for $209-$219. It is one awesome seat! The Marathon a wide open easy to route belt path, which makes using it correctly a lot easier, as do the built in lockoffs, which mean you never again have to use a locking clip. I can get it into 4 different vehicles in under 2 minutes. Because of the way the base is made, it fits in most cars. And, it is worth the money, b/c it lasts usually twice as long as most other car seats (all car seats expire 6 years after the date of manufacture) lasting a baby till they are 5-6 years old, where most at Walmart will only last till 2-4 years old. It rear faces to 33lbs, and then will front fact to 65lbs, 25lbs more usage than other seats, and it has 17"tall top harness slots, which is important since most kids outgrow their car seat by height before they outgrow it by weight.
Comparitively, the Safety1st/EddieBauer/Cosco seats have 14.5-15" top harness slots. Most kids won't even make it to 40lbs in them b/c the slots are too short, and you're out shopping for a car seat again, since kids shouldn't be in boosters until they are 5-6 years old, at least.
The NEW Evenflo Triumph Advance has solved this problem, though, and it is a great seat. $150 version at Babies R Us has padding similar to Britax seats, top slots of 17", harnesses to 35lbs rear facing, and 50lbs forward facing. $120 Walmart version just has little less plush padding. Wide open belt path, easy to install, though it doesn't have built in lockoffs. Great choice b/c of features, too. You never have to take the seat out of the car to adjust the harness, its all done up front, and it has infinite height adjustments, so the harness is always exactly where it should be on your child. And no more tugging straps to tighten/loosen the harness, all the adjustments are done by knobs on the side, a major bonus in small cars. Can you tell I really like this seat? My BIG son has as much growing room in it as he does in his Marathon.
The Fisher Price Safe Voyage Deluxe Convertible seat is great, it is made by Britax, without all the frills. It's the same shell as a Marathon, but for less than half the price. $130 at Albee Baby online with free shipping, or at their eBay name, babysurplus. Rear faces to 33lbs, forward to 55lbs. Easy to use, fits in most cars.
All seats in the US must meet the same safety criteria to sell, so technically they all are safe, however, if its hard to install, then it won't be used correctly and that makes it unsafe. And, while all seats meet those criteria, some barely meet and others exceed, like Britax. (answered by littleangelfire81 on August 21, 2007)
A: The Mercury Cougar hyasn't been produced since the 2002 model year. The Mitsubishi Eclipse is similar in appearance, and, when equipped with a four-cylinder, similar in specification. (answered by Scribepalladin on June 08, 2008)