Very few tires companies have tires that can safely handle these speeds. Most of the time, someone will call a tire company, tell them what they are doing and to save their but, the company will say, “Sorry, we don’t have a tire that can handle that.” Then you talk to an engineer and they’ll say, “only two this once…
They are called something different in Germany. :)
Old, metal-poor stars aren’t supposed to be located here, an active, crowded area that contains much younger stars.
haha, yep :) - but this was also back when Bats probably weren’t as unhealthy, less needles and drugs back then.
I grew up in an old ass house - built in the 1770s - let’s say it wasn’t the straightest of buildings. Bats would regularly find their way into the attic to my sister’s room and finally into mine. Easy peasy - catch them with a set of wood stove gloves (also key in an old ass house) and not a problem.
TL;DR How about, having engine issues all week (Supermoto), going out and buying a used dirt bike to swap engines - then having that engine pop 200 yards from the starting line on qualifying day.
This can also happen before the car even hits the dealer. If the car is damaged on the ship during transit, in the port, or on the truck on the way to the dealer, they will just have it repainted and clear coated in that spot and you’d never know. This could explain your C Pillar / Cant rail.
I have definitely walked in front of a leaf or some other stupid EV, it was to my back, in a parking lot before. And I think it is super easy to do in a city or large mall, where there are a ton of other noises further away.
I have a weird head or just hold my head weirdly. When I drive I tend to have my head bent backward more. So I need my headrests to be pushed way back or it feels like my head it getting pushed forward.
My first car was my mom’s 2001 Cherokee (huge pet peeve when people call a Grand Cherokee a Cherokee), for about 6 months until I got my 1994 Wrangler. It was an awesome first car, it got me wherever I wanted to go. And as a stupid teenager, that was a lot of places I shouldn’t have and I am very surprised I never got…
Welcome to the show Bugatti - my 7.3 IDI Diesel engine has been 1000lbs since 1988. Cast iron, non of that sissy aluminum.
Just wait until you have a large CO2 canister go off in your car. Thats when you know what it feels like to drown.
Hahha, never goes bad, so true. What do you use it on?
If you don’t have kids (or are bougie), you aren’t going to have crap american singles laying around.
Shouldn’t this be called, doggie-style? Since, you know, this is how you get your dog to eat meds?
Bhahhaha, well done. Quickly wrote it before a meeting, no proof reading.
Thats all after production effects. basically they have amazing mics on the actors to get the main audio that shouldn’t pick up any other background noise (aka engine noise). If they do, they’ll have the actors say their lines over (probably while watching the footage or listening to the original audio to get the…
So, the new reset your wifi router device. yay.
It would be great if just Hey Google worked. When we first got our system, around Xmas (we have 4 or 5 throughout the house and a max in the living room), everything worked perfectly. Now, it randomly decides when to recognize us when there is no other noise in the house... Yay... the future...