Well what throws all that off is the cape. I’m from California, I live in Florida and have driven nationwide several times and Cape Cod drivers are the most courteous people I’ve ever driven around.
Incidentally, now that I think about this more, the very first crack on your windshield effectively ruins the windshield, so unless you expect your wipers to have about a 1.000 save percentage it’s no use. The couple times they’ve predicted hail here I’ve either parked under something solid or covered my car in… Read more
Well yeah if a guy could get 1,000 dents out of my car I could see giving him the car as a gesture of gratitude too.
That’s some top level theoretical bullshitting right there.
Yeah that’s why I gave advice about so many situations. See, I was helping people out (that’s a thing some people do) instead of nitpicking a post on the internet.
Yeah that’s what I was thinking. Those Expeditions might still be on the road because everybody who bought one did it with Kia Rondo money because they have 5 kids, their neighbors have an Expedition so they “had to buy one” and they’re so upside down on it that they have to keep it on the road out of necessity. That… Read more
It says a lot that I now can’t tell if that’s real or fake.
Frankly I’d rather fly with the windows down, like how I drive. But they won’t let me
Yeah that’s definitely ultimate adventure van territory
To get technical with drag terms he’s “brake torquing” because it’s not a boosted car. “Brake boosting” is when you hold the brakes on a turbocharged automatic transmission car and hold the throttle down a certain amount before the tree drops to spool up the turbo(s) so that when the tree drops you have a lot of boost… Read more
I love that that van was so eager to flip over that it actually left the ground it flipped so quickly.