“I’m doing a limited run, mainly for friends my CA friends to celebrate”
In Michigan they’d call it a “civil infraction” or “moving violation”.
but..It is a crime where I live.
Despite all the HD abhorrence on this website, I actually really appreciated this review. I’m glad it was written with an open mind and honesty.
Do not knock barreling through the fog up a mountain blasting Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” until you’ve tried it.
I wonder if falling a lot during his career led to CTE and depression.
that’s the most American thing you’ll read all day, this title
Ok to the drivers who inevitably come over from Jalopnik just to hate on lane splitting:
Anytime anyone rags on one of Erik Buell’s motorcycles, I have to fight an overwhelming urge to pick them up and shake them. “Don’t you understand his story?!” I shout in my head. Not enough people do, so let’s fix that once and for all. It’ll make you appreciate the quirky, flawed genius of his motorcycles.
I wrote the following article and posted it on White Noise because I (obviously) can’t post it on Lanesplitter where it belongs. http://whitenoise.gizmodo.com/an-open-letter…
It’s not there. that’s the point i think hes making.
Aston Martin is taking Henrik Fisker to court over the Thunderbolt concept, with the automaker claiming he blatantly copied trademarked design elements in his one-off creation and misrepresented the underpinnings of the coupe. [UPDATE]
Thank, you that’s the point. We’re definitely taking a page from our friends at The Wirecutter.
It’s my favorite, for sure, but that’s the point of these types of tests. We have the Jalopnik review, this is a chance go give advice to everyone. Advice you can give your mama or your cousin.
Last year my wife got a 2014 Accord, 4 cyl EX-L and we cross shopped the Passat and Fusion. The whole package for the Honda blew the Passat out of the water, the interior and technology specifically. The Fusion felt much smaller in the cabin than either and had the strangest front legroom... everyone banged their…
The Mazda6 should have won this because it's the best.
Drones, probably. Tesla charger drones will blanket the skies, dropping power tethers to moving cars. FAA regulations be damned.
My guess is better/more accurate remaining range estimation
I'm thinking this...
Finally, Musk and his engineers have figure out how to wirelessly send power to the Model S using a combination of satellites, mirrors, and thousands of solar-powered lasers that charge the batteries using magic crystals and unicorn tears while the cars are in motion.