It is winter! Buy a HMMWV or Hummer!

hummer in winter
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It is winter. So the media report smoothness and danger. For a few nights in which the mercury (dangerous!) Fell below zero (dangerous!).

The Netherlands is steeped in a culture of fear.

The antidote is AMK number three. (Be careful when going to the kiosk! It can be slippery! Outside it's dangerous!) A story about one of the most dangerous or dangerous cars in recent history: the Hummer derived from the HMMWV. And HMMWV means of course High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle

And of course we have added a primordial Humvee. Moreover, we reveal the secret behind the sloping back of such a Humvee ...

Never be afraid again! Buy a Humvee or Hummer.

And to avoid the slippery outdoors, it is of course best to simply subscribe to AMK. But beware of running to the mailbox on stocking feet when the new number is delivered. It can also be slippery indoors.

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