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In my opionion, safety depends on how you drive it. It is not a sports car, and cannot be driven as one. But that is true for many SUVs (remember the suzuki samurai, and even the isuzu trooper?). As with any car, you should know what the limits are, both car and driver, and avoid exceeding them.
But some things are beyond your control. And even the most "perfect driver" can be involved in an accident. Luckily, the Jeep Wrangler does well in crash tests. Take a look at the following links:
http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/NCAP/Cars/2001SUVs.html(you can compare the Wrangler to other SUVs)
http://www.crashtest.com/jeep/(snapshot of Wrangler's scores)
Hope this helps.
PS--sorry about missing out on Gill's. I've been working nights and my schedule doesn't really give me time to hang out in Gills in the afternoon or evenings. I'll be there when I can.
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