One thing we know about rising prices.... it leads to falling demand. I think they’re all assuming everyone will just suck it up and pay whatever it costs to drive wherever they want/need. I can say for myself it’s curtailed my driving plans, not to mention lead me to push back against more days in the office.
When you shut off the vehicle put it in accessory. that way if an officer asks you to exit the vehicle you can open the door, close the window, remove your key, then close the door. this stops an officer from leaning into the vehicle through the open window to see more than they normally would. It’s why officers will… Read more
Target fixation. Humans tend to go where they look, which is why racing drivers always look ahead to the next apex, and NEVER look at the wreck unfolding in the periphery.
It may appear amazing in isolation, but this situation of vehicles stopped on freeways while distracted/tired drivers go by is happening constantly across the US. When eventually one driver veers off in the right spot to take out the stopped vehicle and it's all caught live on camera it makes it to the national news… Read more
Sure, but Michael Bay uses those explosions when a child on roller skates trips on a curb.
Yeah, so much for all the “it never explodes like that in real life” Mythbusters. Sorry to have ever doubted you, Michael Bay.
I know people are going to say that hydrogen isn’t the future...and it may not be...but this seems like a practical solution for immediate results to transition to whatever long term solution makes the most sense. For long haul trucking this is still going to be impractical for the obvious reason of fueling stations,… Read more
The great recession shortly afterwards didn’t help either.
The only way this would fit within the payload of an F150 is if you get the extremely rare payload package - and probably a regular cab 2WD version. That kind of weight is really a 3/4 ton+ job. Read more
Sad but true. People driving these probably don’t have much concern for the price of gas, much less the environmental cost of their choices.
I saw one of these things in the mountainous flesh a few days ago at a Hobby Lobby.
It certainly has...presence. Like having a life-sized marble statue of yourself on your coffee table.
It’s just so damn big. Like, I know that Escalades and Suburbans are big, too, but somehow they don’t appear any bigger than a… Read more
My ‘99 Suburban, with 12MPG and a 42 gallon tank may soon push the limits of 3 swipes!
I feel that JEEP want to see if they could cross a Suburban and a Camry Wagon to see if anyone would buy it because it said JEEP on the front. I can’t unsee it... and yet it will sell....