UnknownPerson2
unknownperson2
11/19/19
3:29 PM
3

vegans are so concerned about the environment, that they want all restaurants to have two sets of all cooking supplies and equipment.

11/19/19
3:04 PM
19

I can understand vegetarianism and veganism I’m still skeptical about. Why would anybody make thier life so complicated by being concerned if something like tongs briefly touched meat? It’s not like a peanut allergy.

11/19/19
11:12 AM
204

The Celica TRD hood spoiler was always pretty ugly and weird.

11/19/19
11:07 AM
405

The Pontiac G6 GXP came from the factory with this thing. It was like, a generic brand Porsche whale tail.

11/19/19
6:57 AM
9

Rather than making rules for the lowest common denominator, we should remove those drivers from the road. That way we increase safety without losing speed. And as a bonus, we reduce congestion - there are too many drivers on the road, and the least skilled of them create a disproportionate percentage of the congestion Read more

11/19/19
12:53 AM
19

Agreed. In my experience, across North America, it seems that regardless of the speed limit, most people seem to “top out” around 75-85. Read more

11/18/19
10:38 PM
20

Most places I drive the speed limits are _LOWER_ than they were when my 1973 Ford was new with skinny bias ply tires and four wheel manual drum brakes. The few that aren’t lower are the same.

11/18/19
10:20 PM
26

Yep, this was a bad idea. You will forget. Draw a diagram. Make copies. Laminate one and stick it near the inverter. One in your glovebox.

11/18/19
10:14 PM
53

Wrong, this has been studied extensively. Speed limits have almost no effect on actual speeds.  The range of speeds that the majority of motorists find safe and comfortable has nothing to do with the number on a sign and everything to do with the context of the road, traffic, and prevailing conditions.

11/18/19
10:10 PM
57

My color code is haphazard, largely based on what wire I had closest to me at the time of wiring that particular circuit Read more

11/18/19
10:08 PM
15

Residential and city streets, the speed has to be low. Too many things like kids around. Read more

11/18/19
9:34 PM
64

I think one of the problems with speed limits here in the United States at least is that the limits are designed for 50+ year old vehicles in a lot of places. I can understand the limit being 35 in more residential areas, as studies have shown that pedestrian deaths increase very quickly above 32-35 mph. However on Read more

4/4/19
9:12 AM
14

They’re potential sources of failure, yes. Valves, electric pumps, compressors, and even heat exchangers can go bad over time. Still, the cooling systems really aren’t that complex.

I mean, just look at a modern turbocharged vehicle. It might have the regular high-temp loop for the engine (consisting of a thermostat, Read more