I think that should be regional specific training. Where I am the strategy for winter driving is to stay home if you can. If it snows, the roads will be clear in a few days.
People bitch about the US’ useless licensing standards but I’d say it’s the near non-existent or politically driven traffic law enforcement. No need for strict licenses to get people to stop left lane camping/tailgating/doing stupid shit. We have laws on the books for that that just aren’t being enforced.
The Mustang is a top selling coupe in Europe, and an inch here is the same there, so yes, in Europe too.
1st- I don’t have an exact count, but I get the feeling GM just has way too many fucking plants. Why is that? Seems it would make more sense to have a handful of huge facilities, at least in the US. A shotgun blast of plants makes for much worse press during a shutdown and more complications with labor on both sides. Read more
I unsubscribed from VinWiki when Ed tried to convince me that supercar owners should be exempt from property taxes everyone else pays. I’m paraphrasing, but his logic was that if they had to pay property taxes on the cars they couldn’t afford them. Can you hear my palm contacting my face from there???
Cocaine crash barriers!
Exactly. “Tesla kills Germans” generates more clicks than “Too Much Leasing Impacts German Residuals” though, so here we are.
Though to BMW’s credit, no DLO fail. That and the engine must be where the extra $10K goes.
For sure, but that’s across the board. I do think there is a reversal though. The new Versa and Corolla have much smaller back seats than their predecessors. I think this was done deliberately to force anyone who needs a back seat into something more expensive. Which is kind of shitty. Read more