Finally, an edition of Miscellaneous Thoughts that isn’t focused around GM’s bankruptcy filing. However, we find the first crime (that we’re aware of) committed against the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro and find out that men (which makes up all of egmCarTech’s staff) are twice as likely to fall asleep behind the wheel.
Chevrolet Camaro wheels stolen: Camaro5 forum member Number 3 woke up to a very painful sight this past Sunday when he found the 18-inch wheels on his 2010 Chevrolet Camaro 1LT missing. Apparently thieves stole the wheels overnight and left the Camaro sitting in the driveway. We’re hoping that there is no damage to the exhaust or oil pan. Nonetheless, the perpetrators of this crime shouldn’t be too hard to find since there aren’t many 18-inch wheels for the 2010 Camaro on eBay. – Camaro5
Men twice as likely to fall asleep while driving: According to a study by insurance company AAMI, men are twice as likely than woman to fall asleep when driving. “Along with speed and alcohol, fatigue is one of the main contributors to road fatalities and injuries,” AAMI corporate affairs manager Mike Sopinski said in a statement. Make sure you get enough sleep people! – drive
DeVry to replace GM in S&P 500: Listen – we did our best to avoid GM headlines today so let us slip one in here. Standard & Poor’s said it will replace General Motors with post-secondary education company DeVry in the S&P 500 index after the close of trading today. – WSJ
– By: Kap Shah