Many years ago my wife, daughter (then a small child) and I were driving from the midwest to Washington, D.C. We were on I-64 headed east, on a clear summer day with very little traffic. My wife was holding right at the speed limit; I was riding shotgun. About 10 car lengths ahead was a big sedan (GM product I think) towing an Airstream. They, too, were holding the speed limit. Suddenly a sedan sped past us in the left lane - must have been doing about 90. Inexplicably, the guy driving it suddenly cut in between us and the Airstream. I saw his brake lights go on just as he hit the trailer. I have NEVER seen anything like this, and hope I never do again. The force of the collision caused the Airstream and its sedan to jack-knife and become airborne at 70 MPH, across the left lane and into the wide median. The propane tank came off the trailer and flew through the air, spewing a vapor trail. The car landed on its top. Its windows were open and people literally flew out the windows. I saw one woman actually hit the ground face down and bounce! We were able to slow down and get by the accident while stopping. We saw two cars and a truck stop so we drove to the next exit (not far) and called in the accident, giving details to the Highway Patrol. Now the good news - NOBODY was killed; they all recovered. They did not have insurance to cover the trailer and the guy who hit them lied, saying that they slammed on their brakes while he was following them at a safe speed. Our testimony convicted him and required that his insurance pay for their medical and property expenses. Morals? First, luck and God's hand often intervene, but those folks should have been wearing their seat-belts. Second, no matter how safe and sane you are, you can't always protect yourself from the crazy, the drunk, the over-tired, etc. Third, get involved, don't just drive on by, assuming others will help. Fourth, drive something big and solidly built (like a Sporty)!