I want one!!!!
Type: Posts; User: GermaniuM
I want one!!!!
Rent a steam cleaner for 2 hours and problem solved :eek:
Something like this is the most sensible choice ;) It's all yours for $1650.
I've been driving a Dodge Caravan C/V's for work for the past 6 year and they have been very reliable and easy to drive. Since you would be putting a cap on the truck I would go with the van. It's...
As if your foreign policies are any better. :screwy:
Having the ability to have a child does not excuse you from being a dumb and not checking if the seat is down before sitting down. :facepalm:
Coming from a guy afraid of power windows. :laugh:
Those are good tires :thumbup: Read at the bottom of this page http://www.apa.ca/WinterTires2013-PassengerCars.asp
I bet that big rig was going faster then 2 mph. If the conditions were that bad that minivan driver couldn't see and stop safely then I would say they were driving too fast for conditions.
Leaving your dog while you're out riding is a terrible idea. Rent a minivan and bring just 2 mountain bikes.
See first post in this thread.
I was off by a few. LOL
I was at a Chrysler dealer a few weeks back and they had a fully loaded 2014 Town and Country with a sticker of around $47k on sale for $25k. That's a $27k discount :eek:
Figures it's someone from Ontario. Driver is an idiot. Everyone knew the snow was coming. :thumbdown:
They both look ugly as hell. I saw a new Tundra 1794 edition today and I couldn't believe how horrid Toyota made this truck look.
I got you beat. I saw a pink metallic one.
Your safe mode on hills is most likely caused by sticking VNT vanes in the turbo. Soot builds up and restricts vanes from moving properly which causes an overboost. Easiest way to fix this is to pull...
Mine went on yesterday. :thumbup: