Cars that can handle high-powered pursuits can provide better protection than vehicles that can’t.

According to a study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a car that can maintain its speed is more likely to survive a collision and will have less to lose.

A car that’s driven too fast can also get stuck in a jam.

And while it’s easier to kill a car in a high speed chase, the researchers say it’s not so easy to kill your driver.

The study also suggests that drivers who can maintain a high rate of speed can be safer than those who can’t because of the ability to avoid hitting a pedestrian or other pedestrians in a collision.

Here’s how to get the most out of your pursuit.

Find your best vehicle: The most important thing about chasing cars is the experience, not the speed.

The safest vehicle for chasing a car is a sports car, a sporty car that has the best suspension, the best brakes, and the best traction.

That car should also have good fuel efficiency and be able to handle a lot of weight.

A sporty sedan or sports coupe should also be easy to drive, but a sports utility vehicle should be much easier to control and maneuver.

This makes sense if you’re going to chase a car at high speeds, says David Sirota, a professor of engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

In the real world, the cars that are easiest to control tend to be the fastest.

And these cars are generally lighter than the ones that are slowest, because they can have much more of an impact on the terrain.

That’s why it’s more useful to drive a sport utility vehicle with good fuel economy and a high level of traction.

Find a good car: The next best thing to having the best car is having a good driver.

You want someone who can pull you in, keep you safe, and keep you going at high speed.

“The car that is safest in a chase is the one that is most responsive to the vehicle,” says Sirottas, who studies vehicle dynamics.

“It’s the car that gives the best feel.”

You also want a car with good brakes, which can provide more stability.

“If you have the brakes, it’s really important that you have a good balance of speed and control,” he says.

A vehicle with a good suspension should be easy for you to drive and it should be well suited for stopping a car as it approaches you.

If you’re chasing a sports coup, the sport utility can help you keep your speed and keep it steady at a high enough rate that it’s possible to avoid colliding with it.

And if you have to pull over a slow-moving vehicle that has been driven too hard, a sports sedan with decent traction should do the job.

And even though you’re not driving the vehicle that’s best for the situation, you should still be able make good decisions and maneuver in the heat of the moment, Sirotas says.

The best way to find a car for a chase and be prepared for it is to start with an easy-to-drive car.

For example, if you want to get a car into the chase, look for a sports compact or sports utility, a sedan with a lot more room for passengers, and a sports crossover.

“This should be the car with the least amount of drag, so that it can maintain control,” Sirotto says.

Find the right car for the right situation: Once you’ve found a car, it should still have a lot to offer you.

“You want to find something that can take on the challenge,” Sibbett says.

This car should be fast, strong, and easy to maneuver.

“I’d say that the safest car for chase is one with a sport suspension, good brakes and a good fuel consumption,” he adds.

“A good sport utility should have a fuel economy that’s good for driving.”

The safest car to chase in the wild can also be a very dangerous one.

“When a car’s too big to chase, it tends to lose control, which leads to a lot less traction,” Sire says.

“But in a wild chase, where you have no predators, you may not be able have that much traction.”

If you can’t find a safe car to be in the chase with, you’ll want to make a plan.

If your best bet is a sport SUV, it’ll likely be too big and heavy to chase at high rates of speed.

You’ll need to find an SUV with a bit of room to fit all of the passengers.

“For chase situations where the vehicle is too big, I’d recommend that you take a sports hatchback, and take it with enough room for a passenger,” Smita says.

If a sport sedan isn’t your best option, a crossover should be fine.

“Even though it’s smaller than a sports