GREGORYABUTLER10031
gregoryabutler10031
10/12/19
2:00 PM
2

Be aware there are spots next to a stock f150 you cant see a miata. Newer ones have the blindspot mirrors that prevent it, but still, dont cruise next to a pickup in a miata.

10/12/19
1:28 PM
39

Jesus Christ died so we could have our SUVs.

10/12/19
1:23 PM
3

It may have more to do with the fact that alot heavier vehicles are on the road. In the battle of inertia the bigger will always win.

10/12/19
1:18 PM
5

Until you drive in a Virginia storm and the intersections/ roads are flooded. 30in wading ftw.

10/12/19
12:58 PM
4

The people who drive them won’t care.

10/12/19
12:39 PM
14

In GA it is not. I recently posted in a local group asking why the Police doesn't enforce it... Boy did I get flamed for it. But then I don't really care what people thinks.

10/12/19
12:16 PM
101

For the life of me, I still don’t understand why lifted bro trucks are still street-legal. California is cracking down on all sorts of stuff (noise, emissions, a harmless check engine light, illegally imported small cars that bother absolutely no one, etc). Hell, even my E-85 converted Saab is technically illegal Read more

10/12/19
12:02 PM
12

It's an arms race. Proper SUV or truck can also easily absorb poorly maintained roads. Pothole that could damage a Honda Civic rim has no effect on Suv/truck 17" rim with decent rubber sidewall. 

10/11/19
11:40 AM
320

You think he is distracted now, wait till he sees the guy that followed her out.

10/11/19
10:04 AM
17

my dad used to be a dealer mechanic. they had one weird guy (I think he was a porter) who would collect everyone’s unused ketchup packets and stash them away. once he had collected enough he’d spend a lunch hour opening them one by one and squeezing them into an empty ketchup bottle to take home.