This is the landaulet version of the Checker Model A, which was built from 1939 until Checker switched to war production in 1941. The back top was electrically operated and disappeared into the body. It also had a sun roof. During the war, Checker donated the body dies to be melted down and recycled for the war effort.
This is thought to be the only remaining survivor from the 1939-1941 Model A Checker taxi. Photos were taken at the Checker Car Club of America show in 2002 at the Gilmore Museum
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Lets just say if she values walking she should stop doing it.
Or if you value her life in the slightest, you would stop her.
If anything happens it will be on YOUR hands.
If you are unwilling to keep her safe, I am willing to contact CPS for you.
But is there a study based in real life? I would think that the worst is that she would get a broken nose/facial fracture from her knees hitting her face.
Use some common sense.
If you do not care about her, then by all means let her continue to risk her life while in the vehicle. But if you care in the SLIGHTEST, you would stop her.