i think a good testimonial to the safety features of the gen 2 tundras. i was driving home from work yesterday a little spaced out from a long day. i live in eastern NC so the roads are rural and winding. traveling at about 50mph in a 45mph zone i came around a corner to see an SUV stopped in my lane. i had to give a double take because there were no break lights, the car was just sitting there apparently waiting to take a right turn into a driveway. I had no choice but to lock them up. i immediately felt the abs kick in as I swerved to the right off the shoulder to miss the suv(crisis 1 adverted). the road is a 2 lane open ditch road with no shoulder so the truck was half in the drainage swale and half out of it. Now the fun part. my next obstacle is a man checking his mail and this truck parked at the end of his driveway. i'm heading straight for both. in the space of the width of the driveway i swerve to the left as the man leaps out of the way and i miss the truck (im on grass and dirt now and the truck never loses traction doing 40-45 mph). crisis 2 avoided. i look ahead to see a series of mailboxes directly in front of me. at this point i say 'oh well - got to give it all she got' i yank the wheel as far left as possible and miss the mailboxes as i enter the road again...i straighten out immediately without a slide and look down to see i'm still going 40mph. so i speed up to the speed limit and go home. holy crap. at no point did i ever lose control, traction, or confidence. on the pavement, in a drainage swale, on a dirt driveway...never, where i pointed the truck it went without a complaint. this is my second tundra and hard pressed to not get a third and fourth when the time comes.