Re: Would it pass the Kobayashi Maru?
Most of their mass is (just barely) above the roof line of a typical car. So the key is to be going fast enough that you pass underneath Bullwinkle's body before it has time to fall.
Therefore,when driving on a dark and stormy night in areas plagued by moose, it's important to maintain a minimum speed of about 220 kmh.
That's why Mercs are safer. Many of them can run 220 all night. And even get decent fuel mileage while doing so.
(Some say... that New Brunswick is the size of a small coconut on certain nights.)