True, but on the other hand there are...
by kbyrnes (2012-12-16 12:49:00)
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  In reply to: Yes. A more appropriate example might be  posted by hick

...buildings designed to be earthquake proof in areas where a serious quake might happen once a century. Similarly, homes purchased with loans funded through federal programs have to have flood insurance if they are in Zone A, the 100-year chance of flood area. And considering that the peak outcome is mass death, it's at least worth considering. Many safety features that were once considered too costly and/or inconvenient are everyday features of modern automobiles.

Anyway, my main point was not to insist such measures be taken, but wondering what they might, in fact, cost. $1,000 per door--$5,000--$10,000? I don't know.


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