First of all, I was going to say "car accident", but then I realized that might exclude people who drive pick-ups, motorcycles, and Subarus, and cause posturing, or tears, so I stuck with the gender neutral "vehicle". I moved back east from CA as a single dad, with my then 1.5 year old daughter, in my Chevy Tahoe that I had for 11 years and 172K miles. Then I got remarried, and it was soon to be 5 of us. I got a 2013 Ford Explorer for a driving trip across country, which it did fine. After the first snow, however, the "4wd" software failed, and then other crap happened to sour me to Ford, yet again. Anyways, in October, 2016, I was pulling into my driveway in Lexington when I was broadsided by a Dodge Ram (appropriately named!). Luckily, I had dropped my older daughter at ballet already, otherwise it could have been really bad, and as it was I got a bit banged up. The airbags deployed, and there was high drama with police, ambulances, etc, but I just walked out of the car on my own. The genius who drove into me insisted that I didn't signal a right turn, even though the right signal light was still flashing after the coup-de-grace on my ride. The car was totaled and I subsequently bought a used Toyota Sequoia. Share your story, if you like.