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At Long Last We Learned What “STOP” Means

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  • At Long Last We Learned What “STOP” Means

    No,not about what I thought it mean, but our Corvette IVERS mules. I have seen several other, earlier posts about what the stop sign was all about, wondered what the red stop sign was on the Corvette IVERS mules. Until now, most of us had not a clue, but thanks to Futurevision, he shared the bottom picture of a 2020 CT5 IVERS.

    I sure was earlier fooled before knowing this, thinking it was to tell us who were walking up to the car to STOP from getting closer, but it is a GM corporate direction to its testing staff. Live and learn.

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