You know those table saws with the sensor on them where if your finger is about to touch the spinning blade it slams to a stop, ruining the saw but saving your finger?
Put that tech on the front of trucks.
The only thing that can stand up to a Japanese truck is, of course, another Japanese truck.
Leave it to the machines. Trucks don't stand a chance against them.
Greetings. I come from a dark and distant future
Those saws still cut the finger though it's just not as bad as it could be. I think they actually work through electricity, if a finger(or something else) touches the blade and completes the circuit it causes the saw to rapidly self-destruct in a relatively controlled manner.
Tell them that revenge won't bring her back
What if peace could be made between man and truck?
>blaming the victim
You'll get what's coming to you.
Japanese truck is the deadliest natural enemy of Japanese loli.
I'll stop it. I'll slow it down, it should give you time to escape Anon.
Get going. Now Anon-san!
Take care of waifu-chan for me.
Huh... So this is the manufacturing power of Isuzu.
Watch out for trucks. Especially super cool ones.
By not standing in the middle of the street obviously
More like china, something about drivers would rather kill a person than pay out the disability handouts because it's 10x cheaper or something.
So if you get clipped by truck kun, the truck gets a thirst for blood and seeks you out.
No that's just another commonly used trope like sakura trees and japanese flu. In fact, it's so fucking common that writers only use it for comedic purposes. It became some kind a parody though.
Do you feel it /a/?
The lure of the truck. The irresistible siren echoing through your very soul. You know what you must do, it matters not what the consequences are.
No longer shall the truck be an object of scorn, for you shall take up the sword and purge the world of all things unclean - base lust, vile sloth and insatiable gluttony.
Will you answer the call?
Carpenter here, you're sort of close. What actually happens is the saw simply stops holding the blade assembly in place, causing it to drop downwards. Newer saws actually have laser pointers that can stop on a dime, though.
Japanese flu is actually dangerous though. Friend who's living in Japan couldn't do anything during her first cold. One of her friends had to go to the hospital at some point.
You can even see it in statistics, where Japan lacks behind literally all of the first world by quite a bit
those first 3 would end up causing a lot of other major deaths. not to mention that they are much more rare circumstances and not common.
I do think I read a manga once who had a character die to being flattened by a shelf.