ToyDeathbot
ToyDeathbot
9/4/16
10:18 AM
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haha, tail-gating is such a problem here. Usually it’s better to just pull over, but I don’t see a lot of people doing that (other that trucks, trailers and campervans). If there isn’t much of a shoulder, just pull over at the nearest side road or scenic lookout. Those are all over the place and they have great views.

9/4/16
5:35 AM
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Yeah, that’s a big one, but most people adapt pretty well after driving a bit. All our rental cars have a sticker on the dash to remind people to keep to the left.

9/4/16
5:14 AM
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It’ll probably be either raining/snowing, and if it isn’t you’ll need to be very very careful of black ice. Read more

6/23/16
9:06 PM
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It’s a good time to leave Nick Denton...I’ve got enough loans already

5/16/16
9:39 AM
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There’s too much emphasis on aggressive angles and random vents/fins that ruin the two or three lines that run the length of the car. The new California T is a big improvement (compared to original!).

5/3/16
7:39 AM
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oh and then there was the rest of the article...someone totally vandalised it, but it’s reverted now.

4/30/16
11:04 AM
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Thanks for the info about the thread size, I’ve been wondering whether to get some filters or not.

4/22/16
5:04 AM
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I wish! I found them on Carbon Revolution’s website (while looking to see how the GT350R’s wheels are made)

4/6/16
10:28 PM
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oooh, haven’t seen the new wagons yet. I saw an HP sedan recently and was surprised to see that the push bars actually have indicators and lights on them

1/15/16
3:10 AM
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I’m jizzing all over and wish that I had the money for a Fuji X system

1/12/16
2:37 AM
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Tom Scott always happen to find quirky cars in his videos

12/23/15
2:34 AM
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I guessed a competitor from the other different side of the world. Don’t know what to think now...