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It's a shame that a driver would be so careless to make such a maneuver.

Take that persons keys away - they are grounded from driving that sweet Corvette for a week.
 

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obviously mis judged where the driveway was!
 

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Doh!!!
 

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Maybe some aftermarket supplier will market a hydraulic ride height adjustment system just for situations such as this.;)
 
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Maybe some aftermarket supplier will market a hydraulic ride height adjustment system...
That's a feature that's been available on Lambos for a while, and definitely makes sense on a Corvette - not for dumb moves like this curb, but for lowering on the highway and track and rising when approaching a speed bump.

Given how thoughtfully the engineers have designed the car for a wide spectrum of uses (from being track-ready off the showroom floor, to an "eco" 4 cylinder highway cruiser, and everything in-between) it's a little bit surprising that they didn't add ride height adjustment.
 
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