well, you've already discussed the faulty brake, so it could
happen with just the faulty brake "set" and gear in neutral.
I'm pretty sure I've seen a car knocked out of gear, or at least
someone believed they had it in gear (but in a rush, maybe not).
It seems plausible that knocking a car could cause a runaway.
On Sat, 23 May 2015 19:59:37 +0100, in alt.war.vietnam "Tough Guy no.
Drum brakes perform better under heavy loads and long hills than disk
brakes because they are better able to dissipate heat. You'll never
see disk brakes on a truck... I mean a *real* truck meant for hauling
We *can* build a quality product in the US; we've just gotten lazy.
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