Type: Posts; User: Galrot
I have this. It works excellent and I can't think of a single time that I have to scrape ice of any windows on my car.
Have not tarp technology reached America yet?
You do not have to spend 100% of your income to have a car that is worth 100% of your annual salary as most have worked for more than one year and have had a few years that they could have divided...
As I do have a much lower carbon footprint than your average American, would you be okay with me "imposing my will on people" then?
While I'm aware of cultural differences between the US and Europe, please do note that we are here talking about laws that already exist in the US and that the previous argument was not that is was...
You do not have to use resources to actively enforce it even if it is illegal.
Why exactly? Seems to work fine to me.
Yes, you would. I do not think idling in general should be allowed nor is it here.
A trip to the store or forgetting something do not produce pollution by itself. If you are driving there it does...
I do not think it should be legal (due to pollution) and it is not legal here either.
Historically I would say Alfa Romeo.
The ordinary GT had enclosed headlights so it can't be one.
Some cars lined up outside the royal castle.....
Good thing we don't have that kind of super ice in Norway then if that is the cause.
Well the comcast guy was probably in the wrong, I have to ask myself if no one there have heard about winter tires? I don't think I have ever seen cars slide as much here regardless of the situation.
One of my neighbours had a Pontiac Bonneville (I don't remember the type) of the same generation as the one in the first post and I remember thinking it was quite cool looking at the time. I do not...
A large share of the people living around Oslo owns and drives Model S and I think I've only seen two on the side of the road so it can't possible be a big issue with them.
Seems to me like people just wants to compete in your road arms race. Needs are not relevant.
While I can understand not liking modern car designs and longing back to the designs of yore, I never think these retro modified cars ever works.
Old BMWs from the New Class era and later, and the mainstream Alfa Romeos of mid '50s and later makes great daily driver. Only issue is rust and low gearing for high speed driving (a issue with old...