Gas tanks not always explode from a rupture?
Okay, so today I was cruising around on the freeway going to Francis International when I crashed into the back of a Premier. The driver came out burning and 2 other passengers ran away. Whilst I was looking at the burning driver (a Yardie) I noticed that the flames went out and the car did not explode as I normally thought The tire got shredded in the fire and so did the suspension on the rear-left where I hit the car. The Yardie stood back up and drove away like nothing happened.
MitchMaljers - "5 years ago a virus escaped and everyone died" 11:39, February 27, 2017 (UTC)
- As far as I can remember, it's either a 50/50 chance of the car exploding, or the car only explodes when shot. Either way, the chances of rear-ending a car and causing it to throw the passenger out (usually in flames, sometimes not) are slim, and I don't recall ever seeing one explode after that. Cars' gas tanks take around 5 close shots to the upper front area of the rear-left wheel space before they burst into flames and blow up. Monk Talk 14:27, February 27, 2017 (UTC)