I was at Six Flags New England a couple years ago and there were bees swarming the soda machines there too. And basically the entire park. Meanwhile I hear people saying how bees are going extinct, and I’m like “not at Six Flags!”
Explain yourself better then. You keep switching back and forth saying you can get into the travel lane and travel past a car on the right, but also that you can’t pass a car on the right. It’s the same thing just saying it differently. So I’m not really understanding where your stance is.
I’m just proving the point that passing on the right is often a necessity and one should not be punished for working around someone else’s left-lane-hogging crimes.
Or put a Model 3 RWD next to it. Same price range, and all of the VW’s cons are taken away (great responsiveness, great fuel economy).
Sims 3 will forever be my favorite Sims game. Great mechanics, especially how in every town you can just walk out of your house and walk around to neighbors houses and such, like you mentioned for the city mechanic, but there it’s for everything.
Because it’s about YOU living free or dieing, not living free and making other people die
Meanwhile out in New Hampshire, I had two different Pontiac Fieros about a decade apart fail because of handbrake cable issues. Perhaps some places are more strict than others. Actually, it was just in the news today about how an inspection station got busted for handing out stickers.
“You get back in line (either in the middle or wait until they pass) and then travel in the right lane.”
Here’s a diagram. Say you’re the green car going 70, you’re passing the gray cars who are doing 65, and then you catch up to the red car doing 64. The car car could’ve been 20 cars up and you wouldn’t have been able to tell from way back there that he was going slower or maybe he wasn’t going slow until you got closer.
Often you’re passing on the left, but then catch up to a slower car. Since the cars you were formerly passing are not blocked as they approach, now the right lane is moving faster than the left lane. This is not your fault, but the fault of the slower driver.
If you’re in the left/passing lane and the car in front of you is going slower, but the right lane opens up, would you not take the opportunity to pass them? Or would you form a train behind the slower car on principal that passing on the right is undesirable?
Seems like their battery tech is behind, and that’s why it weighs so much more, partly the cause of the inefficiency.
Not too surprising. As is common with car dealerships, they rarely keep the base models in stock.
Sorry, typo on my part, efficient should’ve been inefficient (to match the graph)
Sorry, I meant surprisingly inefficient, and showed how it pales in comparison to Tesla’s efficiency.
In fact, anyone buying a new E-Tron will get a 1,000 kWh credit with Electrify America. Audi says that could take you up to 2,000 miles.
Curiously similar to the Chevy Bolt color palette, minus the red. Seems on purpose because you don’t see bright yellowy sort of colors these days
Some gas stations have decent amenities. I was recently stopped at a Tesla Supercharger in southwestern Pennsylvania (rural area outside Pittsburgh) which was at a Wawa gas station. It had nice bathrooms, counter service food (like quesadillas and sandwiches), and a seating area
Further proving the point that a more experienced driver has an advantage over a less experienced driver, and a vehicle allowed to be modified further from stock in a higher class can also give an advantage. You could put your grandmother in a LeMans Ferrari but it doesn’t mean she’s going to win a race against spec…