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nachotacho
Jan 25
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I feel like the goal here is a “Silicon Valley” and that just isn’t going to work for the automotive industry.

Jan 12
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I don't remember the rules from when I lived in CA, but I am pretty sure they are the same as the previous and current place I live, which require a license but no plates or insurance.

Jan 12
3

Operating a motor vehicle on public roads requires a driver license.

Jan 7
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So kind of like an invisalign, except the idea is to flash instead of blend in, nice. 

Jan 7
4

Mustang II was definitely worse than the Vega. At least the Vega had some 3/4-scale 2nd Gen Camaro styling to it and sweet wagon variants.

Jan 7
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Always been curious, how do gold teeth actually work? Do you take them out to eat? Brush them with normal toothpaste? Is chewing gum a no-no?

Dec 11
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Get a Mustang GT. You already have multiple cars for the family, get something comfortable and fun for you.

Dec 8
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The phrase is to cash out (you are exchanging something in order to get cash out). 

Dec 8
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The BS is closer in price, size, capability, and powertrain options to the Cherokee than the Compass. Read more

Dec 8
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Not all that much less room though. The BS has a little more behind the second row whereas the Element has more if you stow the second row, likely because the Element looks to have a taller passenger compartment whereas the BS is longer overall and doesn't have those trick 2nd row seats.

Dec 4
2

If you’re towing two race cars around the country, diesel is absolutely better just from an efficiency and range standpoint. I got better mileage with a 6.0 powerstroke towing two cars in a massive enclosed than I do now with a 6.2 LS with one car in a smaller enclosed. If you’re towing thousands of miles a year, Read more

Dec 3
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Yeah that is not what I expected. Still unsure why they are drilling a hole through it to pass the chain when they need to cut up from the bottom, but I am not a ship recovery expert.

Dec 3
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I imagine the lift crane drops the chain under the depth of the ship (or to the floor if the ship has sunk) then drives forward until the chain is positioned where it needs to be, but not totally sure that would work with a sunken ship.

Dec 2
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Yeah if you can figure out a plant that requires minimal fuel/emissions to grow and process, the ideal cycle is: plant sequesters CO2 into itself, plant is processed into fuel using solar/wind/hydroelectric, fuel is burned cleanly and releases CO2, plant sequesters CO2; lather, rinse, repeat. Unfortunately I don’t Read more