David is right on this I’ve bought new and used tires and the only difference was the price. Your misconception isn't my problem and it's not his. Do your homework and know what your looking at and you'll be fine, just as fine in fact as the blow hard who spent $700 on a new set.
First, it was the HOAs, and I didn’t care because I didn’t live in an HOA....
I ride a motorcyle in nyc, I realize every time I take the bike out I may die. Bicyclist do not act like that, the idea that you left the bike lane and then got hit by a truck makes no sense. Either you looked and didn’t care, or you didn’t. It’s a truck, its slow and it doesn’t maneuver quickly. The fact is these…
I’m sorry but your health care and employment law is a load of bollocks.
Both the 3.0 and 3.2 liter US versions had 240 hp, the 3.2 makes more torque.
Davey was my best and only friend from k-6th grade and really gave credence to the final words in the movie Stand By Me, “I never had any friends later on like I had when I was 12.” Rather, I am 43 now and I still have never found a friend quite like him later in life. Sadly I will never get to tell him face to face…
Alpine ! ..... I said it with a French accent in my head.
This is not just the cleanest but also the most spacious shop I’ve ever seen pictures of in Japan. Their garages are usually pretty tight as well as cluttered. I’m sure those two things are related.
Calm down internet tough guy.
Personally I’m more a fan of the Charade Circuit than the Nurburgring, after all it is the circuit that claimed Helmut Marko’s eye.
I get the feeling you have never driven a super light (by modern standards) nimble sports car....
I haven’t either, but the way people who have jaw on and on about them.....
So you’re one of those that will kindly ask the person in front of you not to recline because of your comfort?
When I fly on business, I frequently have to work on the trip.
She’s dead, what’s the rush?
Yes. This is the correct take. If everyone reclines at least a little, all is well. I am 6' and need a bit of recline to be comfortable. I do not mind if the person in front of me also does so. This is such a weird debate.
The “tall person” excuse is so absurd.
6'3" here. I always recline because it’s so uncomfortable not to with MOST airlines. On airlines with more legroom like JetBlue and Southwest, I find that I can recline half way or not at all for most flights and be quite comfortable. However, if its on one of the big airlines, I have to recline all the way. I know…
I’m 6'4" (1.93m) and I and 100 percent fine with the person ahead of me reclining. I have back issues and most airline seats turn into torture devices if I have to stay upright for more than 1-2 hours.
Someone hammering away on their laptop is far more annoying. As soon as I feel the familiar vibrations back my seat goes. That usually stops it.