Nor I, man.
Nor I, man.
A blog dedicated to problems with Teslas.
Thats got to be a perk of the job in some places. Free drugs!
If you’re thinking of buying a new car, take a look at AAA’s car buying service. You tell them what you want (options and all), what you’ll pay, what loan terms you want, and they’ll do the rest. If you buy the car, they’ll bring it right to your house. I live in Durham, NC and they found my Miata (2019 Red, RF-GTS,…
I used AAA’s car buying service. I told them I wanted a red 2019 ND Miata RF-GTS with tan interior and a few of the other options and how much I was willing to pay and what loan terms I wanted. They found my car a few states away, trucked it to the dealer near me to install options, then drove it to my house. They…
Came here to say this. Beaten to it.
You, sir, are... Well, the Intervention people would say you’re an enabler.
I see what you did there!
That’s just using one’s market as a bargaining tool as a bargaining chip. Everyone does that. Sometimes it is used as a club.
Raising the gas tax is political suicide, unfortunately.
The government has no real leg to stand on. California isn’t opting out, they are adding to the federal standards. And their standards have no bearing on automakers’ ability to sell less-efficient cars outside of California (and the states following their lead) so the “commerce clause” argument doesn’t really work.…
I got mine in Medium Rare. It’s pretty great. Everyone should own one, even if only for a little while. Which is the only way to own them, as their warranty is only a few hours long and they don’t offer leases.
First Gear: California isn’t opting out of federal standards. They are exceeding them. And they aren’t imposing their standards on anyone else. Automakers will be free to sell their dirtier cars outside of California. Just as they are free to sell dirtier, less-safe cars outside of the United States.