BigJayDogg3
bigjaydogg3
1/15/20
7:34 AM
7

My wife drives a 2012 Yukon XL and with 90k on the clock it’s got no creaks or groans except the driver’s door hinge

1/15/20
7:31 AM
13

Why does it measure all the way to the ground? If something is in the road, it is not 0" tall. If you want to have this be a measure of safety, make it the height of a child or possibly the height of a ball bouncing/rolling into the road (1ft). Read more

1/15/20
1:32 AM
14

Why are you looking 3' in front of the car..? You’re supposed to be looking much further ahead anyway... do you actually drive down the road leaned over the steering wheel, paying attention to only 3' in front? <- That’s one of them, rhetorical questions... I’ve seen how people drive.

1/15/20
12:53 AM
26

Literally every other road user?  I don’t think that’s what “literally” means.  I highly doubt that I am literally endangering every other road user when I climb in an SUV like this.  Surely the guy on a freeway across the country is not in danger just because I’m running to the grocery store.

1/11/20
5:08 PM
10

not really. it seems the only people that care are the ones that don’t use them.

1/9/20
11:04 AM
92

Yep.  I really wish Raph would stop covering the Ghosn stuff because it’s clear it’s not something he’s capable of covering objectively for whatever reason.  “I’m going to die in prison” and “I should have taken that other job that I turned down” are not only reasonable but logically correct positions for someone who Read more

1/9/20
10:56 AM
29

The opinion of the site actually seems to be ‘don’t use a car to sit in bumper to bumper traffic while commuting (use public transit at all costs), rather use a car for fun on weekends’.

1/9/20
10:45 AM
29

Nor is there enough room for everyone to live in the city. There is nothing wrong with having a suburbia with good public transport access. Rather than commute 40mi into a city, if you drive a cleanly charged EV 5 miles to a train station and then take a cleanly powered electric train(not diesel), that is an Read more

1/8/20
11:08 PM
12

1) “if you used it only on short drives it would kill the battery every couple of years” Read more

1/6/20
11:31 AM
17

That’s damning Infiniti with faint praise considering most Nissans look like they got the full on U-G-L-Y treatment.

1/6/20
11:24 AM
44

I’d argue that Infinitis are marginally better looking than their Nissan counterparts, but they sure as hell aren’t worth the money they charge for them.

1/3/20
7:37 PM
5

I think the Dodge/Ram trucks have been the best looking trucks since the 2nd gen Ram trucks came out in 1994... with the exception being the 2006-2009 model years.

1/3/20
5:41 PM
15

You say good looking, I say bland. I liked the “big rig” look and wish they stayed with a version of that. Bland is way better than rotten Camaro maw, though.

1/3/20
5:37 PM
10

My FIL has a 2014 Ram 1500 that is never garaged and sees copious road salt. No issues so far.

1/3/20
5:35 PM
9

Multi family housing sucks. The exact same reasons you dont’ want to ride on public transit are the reasons I don’t want to share a wall or all my walls with the guy who hasn’t showered in a week and is cooking that ramen at 4am while he practices tap dancing. I will not ever live in a multifamily housing complex. And Read more