AV’s will never actually exist - and here’s why. AV’s will have a certain, measurable amount of errors. Those errors will result in injury and death. To allow AV’s to exist will require regulation. Regulation requires legislators to authorize an AV operator/manufacturer to allow for a certain tolerance for errors… Read more
It’s an SMG, not an auto so it doesn’t have a park (has a old style hand brake)
The warning triangle is a general purpose warning sign, could be loads of things (washer fluid low, tyre pressue, bulbs out) but in this case it’ll probably be because the seat belt light is on.
It sounds to me like the owner was trying very hard to stave off the known conrod bearing issue with his hyperactive oil change schedule. That and a lifetime of highway miles - not flogging it, just cruising - is pretty easy duty and a fast way to rack up a bunch of miles without putting too much stress on the engine. Read more
PS - I actually screenshot your comment for posterity, and by that I do not mean that I shot on my screen’s posterior.
Bravo, friend. Bravo. :vigorousclapping: :maybesometears: