“Hey guys, I’m right in this argument. Can you please agree with me and tell me I’m right? Pleeease??”
Whats with leaving one wiper up?
“...then why am I working so hard?”
Since when did “tech” start defining quality?
It seems because everyone does this, the few cars that aren’t the boring colors seem to, ironically, hold their value better.
I generally run two dedicated GoPros plus my normal dash cam. I always have this camera mounted under the bumper in place of the front license plate for autocross and depending on what I’m trying to work on I move the 2nd one around a bit. Sometimes it’s on a fender so I can see how close I get to the cones, sometimes…
Teach your son to say “Nuts to that!” And then follow up by tossing pistachios at the person/problem.
Someone had to take up Way2Blu’s job of posting excessively blue cars on Oppo.
That’s just soap residue from mounting the tires. It should be gone after a good wash or two.
All that rust created crumple zones!
I get how this can happen, but I also see about 85% of parents seem to treat their kids as “accessories” or just “independent, fully functioning humans” (which gets applauded by many, even though it’s pretty dumb below age 8-10).
I do think the parents deserve sympathy, and I do not think they are idiots. I do, however, think they are at fault and should be punished as the law allows. It’s a tough job, but they are your responsibility. Their lives depend on it.
And yet, none, none of you guessed correctly what my new car is.
Put a Tile Bluetooth tracker on your kid. Have it create a notification whenever the kid is out of Bluetooth range.
I haven’t been around much this summer. I blame a change in my work schedule earlier this year for part of that. I went from working only 15 days a month to an average 20 days.
No better way to get used to a new car than a 3 hour drive home. Picked up this 2008 Mazda Miata PRHT yesterday for the princely bargain of $5500 from a nice lady in Oklahoma City. It drives perfectly and I am ecstatic. Here’s the nitty gritty:
I have a cheap cigarette lighter yellow emergency strobe light. Lesson: Buy an expensive one!
Last time I asked my mechanic to look at my nuts, I had to find a new shop