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12/13/19
10:51 AM
85

Hah! Shows what those rubes in Knoxville know. It’s clearly a scalene triangle.

12/13/19
10:38 AM
29

Hold on. Does that mean Elon might have... lied? About my $100 down payment getting me a Cybertruck just like that one?!

12/13/19
10:27 AM
37

When the hell did they come out with an F-240?  Is that like a sports hatchback pickup truck with a diesel?

12/12/19
10:47 PM
46

The same muppet that when asked what to name it came up with dropping the last two letters from Escalade.

12/12/19
11:18 AM
5

Point sources like powerplants have always been easier to fix than not point sources of pollution. you do have a point though.

12/12/19
11:00 AM
7

I’d bet on working remote becoming more of a thing before I’d bet on the human element being taken out of rush hour. Read more

12/12/19
10:57 AM
13

I’m always amazed how many subdivisions and neighborhoods don’t have sidewalks. 

12/12/19
10:51 AM
4

I constantly get comments to the tune of your car has 200k? It looks so good! I drive it a lot but I don’t neglect it, there is no requirement to damage your car a certain amount per thousand miles driven.

12/12/19
10:43 AM
9

I also support the clean car initiate. I recently took a new colleague to lunch and he asked if my car was new. (I had been driving my SO's car the previous week.) I said, no. It's 7 years old and has 200,000 miles. I prefer to spend time in a clean car. 

12/12/19
10:36 AM
8

Seriously, article headlines act like China will stop purchasing cars completely. It’s still the largest market. Never ending growth is unsustainable!

12/12/19
10:31 AM
15

Neutral: Public transit probably has the best odds. Autonomy isn’t going to “solve” shit in our lifetime. At best, it will be a nice luxury for highway cruising between cities.  Read more

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12/12/19
10:25 AM
40

Yeah I keep my car clean and most people I know do not. The maintenance issues aside, I don’t want to drive someone else’s trash can. Especially parents with kids. A parent’s car is often disgusting. 

12/10/19
6:56 PM
442

So, who ever is currently in charge of Chevrolet’s design team (I suspect Michael bay) needs to be fired and has no business doing this. Read more