We’ve all been there. Tweaked a knee. Sprained a wrist. Bruised a coccyx.
Two other areas of focus for those committed to personal defense preparedness: gear upgrades and emergency driving.
Car enthusiasts generally have a relentless pursuit of horsepower. But the pursuit triggers what sports car engineers refer to as the devil’s cycle, where bigger engines make a car heavier, and thus slower, by virtue of power-to-weight ratio. While hobbyists with time and money enjoy the pros and cons of tuning a car for maximal…