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Later that week I was driving my BMW 735 too fast (near my home) and got pulled over by a police officer who informed me my tail light was not working. I told him to follow behind me to the next filling station where I would get it repaired and he obeyed like a puppy, even helping to replace the lamp.

This law is still on the books today and most new drivers license’s are issued in eastern Montana. More to come in the future.I am DB Cooperposted 9 years agoin reply to thisA very good question. A few cars stand out because of limited production runs. First of all, I can’t think of any from the time of the gas crisis in the mid 70’s until the early 1980’s.

Most are, particularly in the high end. You still have plenty of manual performance cars under $60k being sold. Hot hatches, for example, all have manuals, and the manual variants sell well enough that automakers don’t have plans to discontinue them anytime soon (even in the US). Other cars that appeal heavily to enthusiasts like the Miata still sell 60% as manuals!

The “Nordschleife”, or “north loop”, of Fangio’s day ceased to be considered viable for Formula One back in 1976, after Niki Lauda at the time the fastest driver around the circuit suffered a near fatal accident when a suspected suspension failure caused his car to slide off the track, overturn and burst into flames on the second lap of the grand prix. Aside from its limited run off and relative narrowness, it is the sheer length that makes it so difficult to adequately marshal and therefore highly dangerous. Even in its shortest of several configurations, it measures an exhausting 20.8km but when Fangio won in 1954 the course was almost 2km longer and the race lasted a gruelling 22 laps.

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One of my friends got a 6 figure job out of school (although the cost of living in his area is extremely high so is probably the equivalent of making 80K elsewhere).His first “fun toy” purchase was a Yamaha R6 and that wasn until a year later when he was more established in his job, settled down after his move, got all the basics (furniture, dining room sets, bed, etc.) etc.

5) Cory Booker. He came on very strongly for race issues, inequality, and gun control, for better or worse. I think he taken very polarizing positions on issues that are make/break for many people and that may be his anchor. He also leaned more towards anger than charm and the way he got speaking time wasn a good look; effective yes, but “not presidential”. VP or Cabinet for him.

I would prefer to buy an infant seat (carrier?) with two bases, but I don’t know what’ll fit back there. Preliminary research suggests the Chicco Keyfit 30 might work but it doesn’t look that much different from the rest of the brands? Is the only reason it fits because the handle can be positioned up?

I really am not a vain person. I’m not into status symbols just for the sake of looking like something I’m not. I don’t know fashion and I don’t go to all the hip clubs. But 바카라사이트 I do appreciate quality, and when I am blessed to be able to buy nice things for myself, then I feel I should have them. My Beemer has been one of those things.

For the past month or so I’ve been on a bandwagon about money, elitism, thieving corporate boards of directors, wayward politicians, and the just plain teeming arrogance from the top looking down at the rest of the population as bottom feeding, low life, underperforming, unskilled, and just plain worthless piles with their hands out, to put it very bluntly. I’ve tried to make my point this way and that way, and every way but Sunday. And really, in all I’ve only probably served to overcomplicate the matter at hand.

Whether these things are valuable to people or not is not the point, the point is, if I am paying such a premium for a BMW, I want it to have a all the features. This has been the case since years and when I asked the salesman why they don have ConnectedDrive, he told me it due to the regulations with TRA in Abu Dhabi they haven approved it for BMW Abu Dhabi.

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Dealerships aren’t everywhere. In my case, the closest dealership is about an hour and a half away. It is certainly a pain to drive to. I am lucky that I have one that close. Other people may have to travel hours to get to a Mini dealership. If you do buy a car, then ensure that you learn about your warranty. The flatbed service they offer to pickup your Mini is only for a limited area, and even getting a rental while your car is being repaired can be limited in how far you can drive it.

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I overall love the experience so far mostly on looks, build quality, interior fit out, savings from not filling up at the gas station and launch speed off the line. In terms of driving preference, I coming from a 333HP BMW M3 with similar weight balance, winter blizzaks, etc. My daily round trip is 26 miles but also needed something to do a 100 mile roundtrip on weekends to see kids/parents in nearby towns. I driving in the midwest with ice and snow, cold temps, rain, etc.

As for make/model recommendations, it’s really such a broad category. Look up safety ratings for cars in your price range. To plan ahead for the future, look for a car that has 2 sets of LATCH anchors you’re going to need a top tether anchor for each forward facing car seat, so you need 2 for twins.

Interiors are highly subjective, but to me the M235/240 feels two price classes lower than the C. All the plastics are cheap and little effort was put into presentation. It has a great driving position and a surprising amount of room, though. The Benz is a luxury car through and through. You can find cheap trim bits here and there, but the overall attention to detail and use of colors/textures/materials can shame some cars near the 6 figure mark.

You say the cars you bought cost you less than you make in a single pay cheque, so I think it pretty safe to assume a relatively cheap car like a Feista or Transit isn much of a stretch for you financially. You also say you would have loved a Merkur or 323 GTX but they difficult to find in good condition and you didn want to deal with the hassle of daily driving an old rare car, in other words you didn want to put too much of your own time or effort into it. It sounds a hell of a lot like the Fiesta was the car you settled for because it was the more sensible and practical option, and I wouldn call the car you buy because it takes less effort than the other cars you wanted your dream car.

Concepts like that should be easy for anyone who had a job to see. Just look at the efficiencies at your workplace and calculate how much time is wasted. Now apply that to the entire economy and see why our problems are not solvable by a one sentence economics strategies pushed by basically every candidate ever.

Wow, was the car undriveable when you got the drivetrain error? Just took possession of the i3 today, first thing I noticed was gas tank cover stuck, though openable with green latch, needless to say noone at the Carvana knew how that worked. So far I have driven it to drain the battery enough to kick the Rex in emission mode. It sounded a bit louder than another Rex engine on a i3 I had test drove before. Other than that it drives smooth, handling the nation capitol fresh pot holes and uneven roads pretty well. HK sounds is a bit tiny but bass is deep and accurate, my kids fit in the back.

BUT. We never see a gas station on the regular (before you get stuck on nitpicking, I mean not a gas station because the thing doesn take gas, but also primarily mean equivalent SuperCharger, as in something you HAVE to stop at in order to refill energy). Until our first roadtrip, and we own two, count them, 2 M3 LRs for a combined 12+ months (one for 8 mo, the other for an overlapped 4 mo), we had never been to a Supercharger.

The complete kit comes in at $44,000, and you get pretty much everything for that. The best bit about this kit is the chassis: It’s a semi aluminum monocoque! Stiffer, lighter, and easier to build. What more could you want? Expect to build one up for about $55,000 and up, depending on your specs.

The “Announcement Package 1”, of tinted window and power steering was $139 and “Announcement Package 2” of a front sway bar, steel belted radial tires and power front disc brakes was $203.45. So in order to get your Pacer up to scratch you had to part with the best part of $1,300, taking the price up to about $4,600.

Bridging the GT only and LMP/GT series is the fan favourite Japanese Super GT series. Super GT features the aforementioned GT3 category (known as GT300), with some custom cars thrown in the mix, such as the infamous Toyota Prius Racer. Super GT also has the draw of GT500, spec chassis prototype GT cars with turbocharged 4 cylinder engines. They are very fast and very exciting to watch, and feature cars from Nissan, Honda and Toyota/Lexus.

I guessing OP is either not understanding what really took place (most likely), or is not explaining the situation correctly, because it doesn make sense. That exactly why I have little doubt that this first time buyer cosigining with boyfriends is in the wrong, not a franchised dealership of a heavy leasing brand who ultimately has to approve and finalize these deals, and are “on the hook” for everything they contractually enter.

If you charge it home it really depends on what you are replacing it with. Many people trade in hybrids or other eco cars for these, which do not run on premium. The fuel savings are there, if you charge at home, but at current gas prices it isn a huge difference. The difference in tire replacement costs and insurance costs more than make up that difference in fuel savings over a more economical car.

I hope a semi driver finds that fucker. Not only is he breaking the law, he is putting other peoples lives in danger doing it. and troubling with devastating implications. Here in St. Louis, two young sisters were killed by a head on with a policeman speeding at over 100 mph while talking on his cellphone. He got off with probation. The police are notoriously underpaid and unhappy about it, the state offices are all struggling with a huge deficit. Now, cops are pulling “speeders” going 1 mph over the limit. I read a news article that warned drivers about this very real possibility. Personally, my daughter was taken to jail on non moving violations after a cop stopped her for illegal plates and a false accusation of not having insurance, even after producing her insurance card. It took my contacting our state rep in Jeff City, who not only was able to have the $900 bail returned to me, but I got a written apology from the police department. The devastation produced by these rogue police, who chose their profession, to protect and serve, is a national disgrace.

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We lost a cop near me a while back blown away while walking up to a traffic stop. It’s real easy to second guess these cops when they’re not you, not [/i] your[/i] father or your spouse. Were my spouse a traffic cop now, I would almost demand that she have a weapon in hand when walking to a stopped car.

And I paid more than yours. (Used i3s seem to be more expensive here.)I just bought a CPO REx just a few weeks ago. Mine is fully loaded with giga interior, and out the door price was around 24k. I love it! I make a 60 mile commute everyday to work and back, and it so great passing the gas station every day.

Some of those extras were vital. The huge glass area made the air conditioning and the tinted glass essential while the power brakes, given the car’s weight, were a necessity in order to stop the Pacer without developing thighs the size of Steve Austin. All that glass added to the weight, as did all the much hyped safety measures. AMC wanted to stay ahead of the game and so incorporated a lot of features that were expected to be required over the coming few years, such as a roll bar, which gave rise to the huge, thick B pillars the ones just behind the driver’s door, and the massive doors designed to take side strengthening beams.

I mean, at the end of the day there no right answer. But, I will say that the market has spoken. I could buy a Golf R and go enjoy it by myself 96% of the time. The other 3.9% of the time it just me and one passenger in front. And the other 0.1% of the time it can carry people in the back, or dogs, or anything. Mostly no one is buying a Civic Type R just because it a more practical version of a car that can carry a baby seat, lol. They buying it because it the best car for them in their class, and it just happens to have 4 doors. Just because you have the back doors doesn mean that you have to use them.

It was Andy Warhol who first coined the phrases, “15 minutes of fame”, and also “90% of life is about showing up”, part of American lexicon now. Warhol headed a pivotal exhibit in 1964 called “The American Supermarket.” He painted pictures of regular items people bought on a typical shopping trip, except they sold for $1,500.00 a piece. He made it difficult for critics to define art, and what was not art.

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