I drive a rental car, I don't know what's going on with it, right? So a lot of times I'll drive for like 10 miles with the emergency brake on. That doesn't say a lot for me, but it really doesn't say a lot for the emergency brake.
Originally Posted by Robstr
How hard is that to understand without getting your panties in a bunch?
Surely some of you guys managed to make it out of middle school.
It's not hard to tell when a driver is texting. If I can do it while driving a manual, eating a cheeseburger AND loading a shotgun... the average driver, who is admittedly much smarter, and more coordinated than me, should be capable of seeing it too.
The BMW looks like a pretty standard broken ball joint
But the tire is gone and the rim looks severely mangled. I'm going to guess stolen, ran from the cops, and abandoned when it ceased to move. Then the cops just left it there to be towed later, which happens a lot in busy cities.
Built in boost gauge in the dash. One of my friends at the time saw that turbo was on theoretical empty and asked if we needed to stop and get more turbo. I gave it gas and he was like wait, its full now. Had to quickly explain the process.
Originally Posted by Calcvictim
so basically the OP has no clue about anything and just posts out of his ass?
The car sucked in every way imaginable, that it entered the annals as one of the worst cars ever built. It was shoddily built in a plant where labour relations were atrocious. It rusted like hell, and the aluminium engine had the durability of a soggy potato chip. Few cars could have been so thoroughly bad Despite the "explosion" controversy, the Ford Pinto compared favourably to the Vega, and that's saying something.