Not mine. I stole this off the internet.
I was planning on writing an article on how both my 9 year old and my 5 year old drove for the first time last month. We were in Mongolia (the least densely populated country in the world) miles from the nearest city, people, cars, trees, or even animals. I worked the pedals (top speed of maybe 15 mph) and they took…
She's a beauty and I really do appreciate all the work you've put in. Thanks for the write up. We need more of this on oppo.
I would rather see sliding doors on SUVs since everyone is using them like minivans anyway.
Any chance we can get a price breakdown?
If I can get myself motivated I’m going to write a post about their unique driving rules that favor scooters. Otherwise it was super hot (the night time low was mid to high 80s) so we tried to stay indoors or go to water parks. Everything is about a third the price of the US.
I just got back from Vietnam. Took the whole family. About 20 hours total flight time each way! We can't even upgrade to premium select because the kids are too young. Coach all the way. We did get lucky and at least get seated together. Good luck and I hope you get upgraded.
I've never seen this generation passport. Looks awesome. How many miles does it have? How are you going to fix the door?
I've never flown them, but I feel like this could influence people to choose them if their food is good. For certain routes there is not much difference in price so whatever an airline can do to make themselves stand out could help sales.
I’m interested to hear what f86sabre has to say. The airline I work for says that half the toilets have to be functional to be able to fly. I thought this was an FAA rule.
I bought a 26 year old Mustang right after I graduated high school and spent 7 years daily driving it while restoring it. Reading you article brings back so many memories of what that experience was like.
I daily drove a ‘66 Mustang for 7 years. I loved that car and spent thousands trying to restore her. She was my dream car. When I found a job overseas I decided to sell her. That was 20 years ago. About every 6 months that car will pop up in a dream. There's never a connection or similarity between the dreams except…
My $3,000 Subaru Outback was a repo. The previous owner owed $9,000 on it! I really hope that's not what they paid for it. I'm thinking they rolled another loan into it.
I avoid shopping plazas with speed bumps. I couldn’t possibly live in a neighborhood with them. They definitely affect home values.
I honestly wish sliding doors were an option on all SUVs.
I was young and didn’t know any better. I think it’s an actual law here that you have to stay in your vehicle. It's a long story but in the cop's defense he thought I was running from him.
And with the tail light issue I did ask to check it myself but they wouldn't let me get out of the car.
I got out of the car the first time I got pulled over! Instant gun drawn and me with hands on my head kneeling down.
My very first ticket was "unlawful exhibition of speed" which wasn't even a thing. I successfully had it dismissed.
Police in Florida used to need a reason (other than seatbelts) to pull you over. So after being followed I got pulled over for having my tail light out. It was just an excuse to stop me and run my license because when I got home my tail light was magically working and never had any issues again.