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Road safety shows, crash test videos or other will show the public road is for safe sensible driving and anything else is for off road or motorsport. Just a thought and I don’t mean to tread on any toes,landscapeartistposted 7 years agoin reply to thisthank you for your comment. I understand what you are getting at fully regarding the safety shows and such.

“None are 1 or even used that often” this is basically impossible. Because there are only 3 CVs and no rentals, the weighted average win rate of all 3 must be 50%. If Haku had a 57% win rate, Midway and Audacious would have to have win rates in the low to mid 40s.

Yeah the concerns I have lie in the basics. For example, there’s discussion on TMC about things like the steering wheel not being straight at “neutral” on many 3s. To most people this is a small detail. Many may never notice. But to me, as someone who cares a lot about driving and precision, that would be an issue. So if SCs say it’s not a big deal, and owners say it’s not a big deal, all because the product isn’t aimed at enthusiasts, then that’s a potentially greater issue. It means, among other things, that the car isn’t for me.

At 3 am on the 3rd, my sil was in labor, woke her hubby up and told him to get the car they’re going to the hosp. after blowing thru a few stoplights they arrived at the hospital, hubby ran inside to tell er dr to head out there cuz the baby was crowing in bmw, by the time he got back to the car the head was out and he got to deliver the rest!

Coverage Yes this is $0 amount. This is all the expenses that I was covered for. This includes multiple tire rotations, windshield cracks, car getting towed. Everytime that I have received a bill, but my insurance has covered it. It is important to note that I would have had to pay for it if I was not insured. For example a windshield repair bill would have an amount of $125 but then a subtraction of $125 as well.

Obviously BMW is going to use their most expensive, flagship “sporty car” to go against more exlusive, prestigious manufacturers (or cars in case of the Ford GT).Yes, it true about the BoP.Yeah they said that they had a 6 month setback because of the veto, but I suggest don take it too strictly that.

There can be paradox in progress. Here is a simplified BMW design language, a startling economy of line and sculpture, married to enviable comfort and sophistication. This gorgeous coup is “still a car for driving”, says Starke,”that is paramount, but our design answers have to keep getting better and better; we must reach for perfection as we approach that axis of humans and machines.”

Another comment you mention a cheap series define cheap. You may find some local ish oval tracks that offer an inexpensive 4 cylinder or V8 class, which is some of the only racing aside from karting I can think of where you can run a whole season for under $10k. Knowing what kind of budget you dealing with will be helpful. There is a huge difference between what you can run with a budget of $1k or $10k or $100k.

I have the following seats available: Britax Advocate andMarathon G series (MFR dates of 2013, 1 of each), Diono Rainier, and Evenflo Sureride. Are any of these good for ERF in the X3 for YDS? If not, what is recommended? I’m open to buying a new seat for the vehicle if needed, but would prefer to avoid it if possible. The “extra” Britax seats are in MILs and my moms’ cars and I like having them there and available for the periodic use they get. I looked at the Britax ClickTights and DH (dear husband) loved them in the store, but it seems like the front to back size is roughly the same as the G series that I have, so I didn’t think it was worth the investment. Thoughts? Anything I’m missing?

So try to keep the weight in the front as much as possible (even in slight corners where you don need to brake) just tap the brakes slightly to swift the weight to the front (start driving Porsches to master this, especially the RSR is a good learning tool for this).

6) Kirsten Gillibrand. Pretty much family issues female Booker. She has solid positions where she has them, but they also rather polarizing and she expressed them in a rather aggravating/aggressive interruptive way. She also fell flat on non family/female/health issues and suffers from being the 3rd women behind two much more well rounded women frontrunners syndrome. I say Sec. HHS or Sec. Labor for her.

Second, the “all anyone cares about is your tits” is a direct remark against men immediate interest in boobs, and a remark against objectification. This likely would not have been said, if this wasn intended to be brought up that I was somehow objectifying women. The whole deal of men objectifying women isn exactly some sort of underground thing that no one knows about.

For a few years I went on a cruise with a group of highly loyal BMW guys. They are so loyal to the point where they didn invite me this year due to the fact I bought a model 3. Wouldn even give driving it a chance. Guy from Norway that makes the drive each year: “EV are so bland and boring, they aren drivers cars. They are so highly incentivised in Norway, no taxes, no vat, no toll fees and free parking. We are a dying breed, we better keep going until white men with collars lock us up.”

All to the detriment of rUK. Those parties shat the bed on that one. The currency is pegged to the value of Scotland’s natural resources. The gesture of a currency union with rUK was a fucking gift to London which they threw back in our faces. I don’t see such a kindness being offered again.

Just like having the engine running on a ICE car. So if the 12 battery is too dead to fire up the controllers the HV battery can be energized and therefore can be charged either. So the battery is likely not dead enough to have the car be completely dead (no door locks no nothing) but too dead to pull in the line contactor for the HV battery.

I’m still pounding my head into the wall over it, so thank you very much Mr. Muscle. Whatever company makes Tylenol, invest in it. I’m taking it by the truckload with all this head banging. Oh yes, and drywall. Invest in that too. In the past Ive resolved to eat more fruit, remember peoples names, and drink less beer. But this year, I resolved to buy sexier underwear.

So the best advice I can give you is to just keep going, even if you think you reached your limit you do it a tiny bit better each lap.First, get comfortable with the car, do some fast laps followed by some laps, where you try to drift the car a bit and take corners completely different like you used to.

A friend of mine had two Grand Nationals, and they were incredible cars. Both were stolen and subsequently wrecked. I’ve had an ’84 Camaro that I built up from nothing and an ’04 GTO (my first car was a 1980 Jeep Wagoneer), but I think my true interest remains in the pre ECU General Motors muscle cars.

People here are different. In MN there are so many of us struggling, it’s depressing. Hell, I moved in with my aunt and uncle thinking they had it good; a nice house in the best city in the state, she is an accountant, he stays home. I really thought they had the good life. After I moved in, I discovered they’ve had to spend tens of thousands to repair the house; the entire east wall was rotten and so is a large chunk of the roof, the floorboards upstairs and carpeting in the basement were shot to hell, and whoever installed the electrical wires in the house screwed up big time. He doesn’t work because he’s on disability, having lost most of his cognitive thinking and reasoning, and she works as many hours as she can to make up the difference. Turns out I’m helping them way more than I ever thought I could. I help him fix the house during the day, I bought groceries for everyone today, and just by being here, my son has helped cheer both of them up so much. Everyone’s truly struggling.

Unlike the 458 Italia and the McLaren, the R8 is available in a choice of two engines (either a 4.2 Litre V8 which I believe is derived from the one used in the RS4 or a Lamborghini derived 5 Litre V10). The R8 is also available either a soft top Spyder Convertible or a hard top is only available in limited colors (with white and black R8’s with Carbon fiber tinsel on their body paints being the most popular choice with buyers).

When I use my front wheel drive Toyota, no problem at all. Any skidding is purely for fun I love doing handbrake turns when the roads are iced up. Yeah OK, I’m just a big kid but when no one is about and the roads are sheet ice it’s an opportunity to practice controlled slides.

If one is constantly filling with a lot of water there most certainly may be a leak. The proper way to check the system is a knowledgeable person with a pressure tester. The system is pressurized and then leaks can be sought. Some common ones are the hoses best checked first. A next best look is at the water pump seal. Freeze plugs are more of rarity today, yet can be considered. A good look about is needed overall.

I know i have not accounted for maintenance, which is definitely the curve ball in this scenario. I 카지노사이트 have a family friend who has owned a BMW shop since 1980 and is going to examine any car i might get, and will do all the work. So im not too worried about getting bent over in the repair shop.

But before getting behind the wheel, I was advised to partake of another service one that enables absolute beginners to experience the circuit from the back of a taxi. It might sound a bit tame, but the Nordschleife “Ring Taxis” are 560hp, 190mph BMW M5 saloons with extra throaty exhaust pipes.

You tried to say that I stated that about some idiotic thing you decided was what I was talking about. It is not the case. Which is why I called into question what your babbling about being bi was all about, when it was a situation that only affects men. Not whatever situation you talking about.

Failing individual aspects of scrutineering is common in motorsports, as a engineer you always go into scrutineering knowing that if theres any detail you missed it will be picked up on so that you can correct it. As long as the scrutineers point it out and its fixed before the race starts everything good, no harm no foul. The Keating engineers would gone into scruinteering knowing that if they missed anything it be pointed out, would finished it confident that their car is legal, again with possible minor modifications, only to have the organisers turn around and say “actually we weren really paying attention last time so your disqualified, sorry better luck next year.” Its really soul crushing for the team.

My 12 year old recently went on a camping trip with some of his dads friends. While on this ‘camping’ trip the following happened. The old ladys grand daughter was ‘upset’ so the woman gave her car keys to my son and told him to take her grand daughter for a drive. I find it really dangerous, and normally I tend to break and start driving really slow whenever I have one of those “stickers” behind me. does anyone know how much it would cost to paint a Peugeot 205 GTI?What car did you learn to drive in?by Renee S 6 years ago

I am often asked “How could you improve the BMW?” and I say “Why mess with perfection?” But if I was going to change it I’d take the boot out and replace it with a rotisserie oven. ‘Cos driving this baby makes you hungry! Although when you can go from 0 to 60 in six seconds Nando’s is only a foot to the floor away!

Everybody Loves Ya BabyThe car was an instant hit with the public selling 145,000 units in its first year. They loved the looks, the visibility, the space, the sense of the future and the quirkiness exemplified by the uneven door lengths. The passenger door was 4 inches longer than the driver’s door to allow for easy entrance and exit; perfect for the urban Mom dropping the kids off. The doors were also hinged to move out slightly from the top as they opened, to make sure junior didn’t hit his head. The people also loved the small turning circle which was due to the rack and pinion steering that utilised the extra width of the car to great effect. It was design features such as these that made for the initial success.

From 1990 1993, Acura sold the second generation Integra, perhaps the most popular among enthusiasts. You’ll want to find one with the 1.8 L engine producing 130 hp or the top level GS R Integra which was first introduced in 1992. Featuring Honda’s VTEC (Variable valve Timing and lift Electronic Control), the GS R’s engine produced160 hp and proved to be a favorite for tuners and enthusiast drivers alike.

Submit links and discussion posts that are within the context of virtual reality and of interest to the /r/Vive community. As well as the experiences offered by SteamVR, Valve and the HTC Vive, more general discussion of virtual reality including other platforms and industry news is relevant to this community. Posts about high end VR such as that offered by Facebook, LG, Microsoft or Hypereal Pano are welcome.

Warhol began his working life as a commercial illustrator, but it was obvious that he was onto something new. He began by drawing pictures of shoes, and was also commissioned to paint a campaign of cars for BMW. He attended what is now Carnegie Mellon Institute, and in 1949 began working in New York City, illustrating magazines, later developing a technique for silk screening. Many people are familiar with his iconic painting of a Campbell’s Soup Can, and he had his first gallery showing in 1962, in the Ferus Gallery of Los Angeles. This was his first solo effort, and soon after he had a gallery showing in New York as well, at Eleanor Ward’s Stable Gallery. As his career picked up, he began painting dollar bills, mushrooms, Coca Cola bottles and the Campbell’s Soup Cans. There was a symposium of his work at New York’s Metropolitan Art Museum in December of 1962, but he was criticized for giving in to commercialism.

I have owned a Mini Cooper for four years. I thoroughly researched the brand before buying it, and I did not want to write an article until I felt experienced and knowledgeable about what vehicle had to offer. This article will cover my experience owning this car. I will go over its pros and cons as well as go over the current models offered by Mini.

I think your bigger issue is going to be liability insurance. Obviously I don know for sure what that will cost, but motorsports are very dangerous and death or debilitating injury are both possible and occur with some frequency. It not insurmountable, but could be expensive for the school to hold insurance like that (as in they may want, like, $5M liability insurance in the event a student is killed during a race).