Last I checked diesel doesn’t start very well in the cold so they’d better leave them running. And there are a couple ‘historically disadvantaged groups’ who like to hang out downtown and they like to steal cars for entertainment. A running vehicle is pretty easy to steal. This is going to be...
They’re back, and they’re dumber than ever. This is golden, you can’t even make this stuff up.
“Clark also said supporters must unite against another “evil we are up against” that is worse than child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.
Clark said there were “code words” in music videos, on TV...
Yeah, I know a couple guys who did a night jump into a large open field… then on final realized the first 2/3 was “break-your-femur-stumps-and-deadfall”. At least they had steerable chutes. They had done numerous observation passes under flare before jumping.
The difficult part of the arctic is that there’s nothing around to gauge size and distance, so it might look like a big flat field with some small rocks when in fact it’s a gigantic field with very large boulders.
I paid $450 to get it wired the first time (I just had him wire a NEMA 14-50 outlet), $900 the second time because of labour shortages and because I had them use a larger gauge for expansion. The charger itself I think was around $650. Some of the manufacturers are offering an installation...
If you’re not buying a new car then it’s never going to make sense. Side note, you can run the heat while it’s charging, but I just charge in my garage while I’m sleeping and almost never need to use a charger away from home.
Or someone has figured out how to remove cobalt from batteries. The same can’t be said for the catalytic converter. You’re really grasping at straws here.