That’s assuming the living arrangement was legal to begin with. People do lots of questionable sublet arrangements.
the wheels look great
...the fucking Raptor...
Check your local laws, what they did may be extremely illegal and something that they could regret doing.
I dunno if you guys heard, but the fucking Raptor doesn't even get a V8, so I wouldn't hold my breath.
Probably not as you’re going to lose revenue for road construction and maintenance that you’d normally get from taxes on gas and diesel. Hitting the heavier vehicles that cause more wear and tear on the roads is a good idea, and you’d be getting a double hit on ICE SUVs in the yearly tax and the tax at the pump.
Well, insurance companies sure think SUVs are more dangerous to pedestrians, and if anyone would know, it’s the guys with the armies of actuaries.
There are a few things out there that point to correlation/causation for SUVs. Heres one thing ive read that touches upon it.
Correlation isn’t causation. The growth in SUV sales also increases with the adaptation of smart phones that drivers just can’t seem to put down.
Neutral: add a yearly registration fee of $0.50 to $1 for every pound the vehicle is over 3000.
1st gear - youre correct re: fuel efficiency but an understated problem is that there is a strong correlation in an increase in pedestrian deaths coming along right as the crossover/SUV boom has happened.
If I remember right, Paul Tracy basically flat-out asked him about whether or not he had learned from his, well... Smashing into his teammate on purpose. And all Santino really said was that he and his teammate were actually great friends and never addressed the incident directly.
I did see that. It seemed oddly edited so I felt like I was getting some weird cut and paste job with no idea how the actual interview went. All I got from it was basically, Ok, you are much happier now in Indycar than F2. Great?
Along scenic Route 66.
He used to hang out with Santino Ferrucci apparently?
CLEARLY a Forza Motorsport player. I can get that many penalty points by the second corner.
Once, yes. But not on the following cool down lap.
“where he passed the checkered flag twice at speed, which is very dangerous and also questionable”