By Tom Brown DETROIT, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Keep on truckin'! That advice, straight from Detroit and the 1970s hit by the late Motown singer Eddie Kendricks, sums up the way many Americans feel about the recent attacks on sport utility vehicles. In a land where bigger is usually perceived as better, Americans love SUVs and their high-perch "command" seating. They're not going to give them up, and there's no sign that environmentalists and anti-SUV activists will succeed in driving the ...
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