scoobyboi
22b
1/17/20
8:45 PM
40

EVs are less than 1% car sales. I believe in them and the future that they hold, but ICE cars will not disappear overnight. 

1/16/20
11:53 PM
39

Sorry I’m late to the party but what about Audi’s 2.5L 5 cylinder? 400 hp and torque for days. One of the best engines ever 

1/16/20
10:56 AM
11

Never mind the fact that a car with 50,000 miles on it now is a better vehicle than a brand new car 15 years ago. Looking at the cost of new cars is not an apples to apples comparison.

1/16/20
10:35 AM
59

3rd: Let me get this straight, Toyota thinks widespread EV adoption is never really going to happen but flying taxis will?

1/16/20
10:31 AM
55

I’m most concerned about the rising costs to buy a new car. There are way too many people buying cars that they cannot afford with crazy long loans. This has to come to a head at some point and it won’t be pretty. Read more

1/15/20
10:30 AM
41

Unless the EPA reclassifies most SUVs as cars then it doesn’t really matter anyway.  But nobody has the balls to do that, not even saintly (to some people) Obama.

1/15/20
10:17 AM
126

I still don’t understand how they think that EPA regulations are the things making cars more expensive. If anything safety has had a much larger impact. Read more

1/13/20
2:05 PM
15

Fairly certain that just about anything that isn’t a mandatory throw-out item ends up in the personal possession of the TSA agent in question. Half the stuff they claim is on the list probably isn’t. We ARE talking about a jobs program for the otherwise unemployable. Legalized petty theft is a big draw for certain Read more

1/13/20
12:24 PM
36

There’s a TSA guy with an amazing collection of stuff he sells on Craigslist out of a U Haul storage garage in Golden, CO....

1/13/20
11:28 AM
39

It would be great if the USPS had a little kiosk where you could buy an small box or envelope and drop it in a mail it to yourself. I’m sure thousands of little pocket knives and multi-tools get confiscated every year.

1/13/20
10:35 AM
5

Depending on the airport, for small items, you may be able to go outside and find a hidden spot to stash the confiscatable item and pick it up when you return. Above a ledge, behind a bush, etc. This is what my sibling did succesfully.

1/12/20
2:19 PM
7

You can tell they weren't Ferrari employees because they didn't crash into each other. 

1/12/20
2:06 AM
6

They were more than 70 over; they were arrested under a statute for arrest that starts at 26 over.

1/11/20
11:54 AM
2

On the other hand, In Detroit last night I came up on a C8 puttering along in the left lane of I75, obstructing faster traffic. Apparently no one knows when to go fast and when to go slow in these things. 

1/11/20
9:42 AM
3

Maybe they were testing the automatic car vs the stickshift car? Read more

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