I have navigation info projected on the windshield when using the default Gps but not when using CarPlay.You must also understand that from the main os’s POV CarPlay is just a single other screen.Siri integration is okay for basic commands. Maps is okay with updated traffic information.Problem is you can’t use Siri in multiple languages which limit some more advanced features like dictating text in your native language if you want siri in English.
I still need to finish leveling it a bit, and order some top soil and spread it, and then plant grass. But is there anything I should make sure and do before that? I really do want this to be a very beautifully landscaped backyard, and I plan on doing all the work myself. I work full time though and only do this on weekends, so for now it just going to be grass and I design and install hardscape things later.
Time to crimp it all together! With the Ford plug all the wire colors match correctly, and the heating wires have no polarity so it does not matter how you connect those. White to white, black to black, and gray to gray. I used vise grips to crimp them and standard butt connectors like I listed above, but if you’re baller status and care about the car you’re working on, use the heat shrink connectors and a wire crimp tool.11 months ago
Warhol collaborated with a variety of people in his projects, and liked to surround himself with bohemian eccentrics. Andy Warhol was openly gay at a time when few admitted to being gay. David Bowie admits to being influenced by Warhol, and during the 1970’s, Warhol concentrated on portrait paintings of celebrities. Warhol was the founder of Interview Magazine, and his studio in New York, called The Factory, was a great meeting place for intellectuals, play rights, drag queens, wealthy patrons, and his much loved celebrities. dollars in 1963. He loved to party at Studio 54 and other spots where the elite loved to play. A lot of people called him a “business artist,” but Andy Warhol had a deep love affair with glamour, and sometimes even glamorous people use the same products regular people do.
12) Tulsi Gabbard. As a Veteran x1000. She had good presentation, I give her that. But the only position I got out of her was a war hawk that doesn want war. OK, fine, Hillary ran on that platform and it was great. But she had very little other positions, and can hold a candle to Hillary diplomacy mastery so I don even know how she pull off the no war part.
The big concept coup took a year to design and build. “That’s pretty quick,” says van Hooydonk. “It means you commit to decisions and go with them, it’s a process of creation that has to come from the heart as well as the head.” Hebelieves a great car has to have a certain “handwriting”. “You must trust your vision, and not tinker too much. I think this concept car is a great example of that instinctive approach working very well.
The Verdict: In addition to the fantastic engine, the Celica has all the practicality of a hatchback. It is also front wheel drive. Although this is less fun than an RWD sports car, your parents (if you’re still in high school) and insurance agent will probably appreciate it! Another thing to keep in mind is the legendary reliability of Toyota cars. You can count on this lasting well past 100k miles without anything more than oil, brake pads, and tires. If something does go wrong, the parts for this car are cheap.
I had all the items reviewed while getting oil change. As I said, most are inspect items, not actual replacement. I excluded other things like brake fluid changes, air filter changes, suspension check\lubrication not because they don get done, but because they are NOT unique to ICE cars. Much of the inspect\consumables are still there for EVs. Motor oil is the big difference.
Less Room to Swing a CatThe power unit was to have been a cutting edge rotary Wankel engine purchased from General Motors. The car was designed around that engine. Unfortunately GM withdrew, as the Wankel was proving neither reliable nor fuel efficient, and in the wake of the 1974 Arab oil embargo this was now an issue. The engine also produced high amounts of N0x gasses that would not comply with the new emissions regulations. straight six under the hood. It was a tight fit but they squeezed it in. This change compromised the interior space and effectively rendered it a four seater as it necessitated the use of a drive tunnel to get the power to the rear wheels which took up space in the rear seating area. The Wankel which would have been front wheel drive would have needed no such tunnel. The car was still roomy but not as roomy as it might have been.
There are those among us who shine, there is no question of that and their wins should be celebrated. But, rather than being blinded into idolizing them, why not instead hold them as models of what we are individually and collectively capable of becoming?”You’re not anyone in America unless you’re on TV.”
That the name of the game. They did their best to make it competitive, and have been on several occassions, even in its first season. Besides, when they first unveiled the car they sought to make some aero changes to make the car more low slung, and a (yet unnamed to my knowledge) competing manufacturer at the negotiating table vetoed their ability to make such a major change to the car at such a late stage, setting them (their words) 6 months behind in the development curve.
How Often To Change Your Air FilterThis depends on your driving conditions but it’s usually recommended to change the filter every 30,000 miles. If you drive off road or in dusty conditions you may want to check your filter more often. I replaced mine 8 months ago (about 10,000 miles) and I’m pretty surprised at how dirty it is already. Given how relatively cheap it is to replace I probably will be changing mine every 20,000 miles or so.
Just five years ago, a good, roadworthy R90S could be had for about 5,000 but that was then. UK dealer Classic Super Bikes is now offering a superbly restored example for 12,500 andanother described as “a bit scruffy in places” for 9,995. Meanwhile, Australian auction house Shannons has hammered down a beautifully restored smoke grey example for A$15,500 (about 8,870).
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.
Answer:If it worked before, it should still work now. Make sure the remote has been learned by the car. Then push and release the learn button on the machine. Go back to the car and push the car’s remote you programmed. If the light bulb on the machine flashes once, it has learned it. Is it possible to program the newer vehicle to a garage door opener without the remote?
In regards to REx, everything will effect range: temperature, speed, number of passengers, interior cabin heat/cool, wind direction, most recent driving efficiency. in my early i3, I can depart for university (55 miles one way) with a full battery charge showing 95 miles (and the REx usually slightly under this for another 85 miles) and arrive at the destination with battery at 10 miles at >56 mph) when it starts at 6% charge. To solve for this, you have to slow down. On most interstates with posted 70 mph, its not safe to be driving 55. My approach has become to assume that the estimated battery mileage will drop considerably over the trip, by 50%, and so the best plan is to finder a public charger at the turn around point. You can run the REx through its 2 gals, refuel and get another 30 miles, but again this needs to be at much less than 70 mph. When you get home, the REx will be screaming at you, hot, fans blowing.
Dealership 1 I was on vacation one week and decided to make the two hour drive to test drive a Mini. I arrived at the dealership and felt like I was more of a pain since I wasn’t buying at that time. I was given a short test drive and was sent on my way. That thoroughly discouraged me and I stopped looking for awhile.
If your BMW incident happened in Michigan, and you had a prior incident, you probably would have got a citation. The police know that people that drive a BMW can afford to pay a parking fine. One of the reasons why you see so many pieces of crap on the road, because the police don’t bother to ticket people if they know there is no money in it.
And yes to what pp said about maintaining! My dh (dear husband) works on cars and said we will never get one. Tires are expensive, oil changes are $150. I had a tiny bump with one in a parking lot (seriously just a scratch, no dent) and their dealer charged $750! The scratch on my dodge rubbed right off. I thought they were scammers, but my insurance said just painting a 2017 bmw bumper costs that. Kind of impractical for an icy environment. I guess if you have money to blow. but then why is he worrying about gas mileage costs in that case.
I speed off traffic lights all the time and redline in 1st when I have to make bfakn.club a lane change. The trick is to get the revs to 3k 4k rpm and let the clutch out swiftly and not dump it. Maintain, but don add gas until slipping has ended and clutch is fully out. To continue accelerating as hard as your car is capable of, redline each gear and be quick with the changes.
The Audi TT coupe does not have enough driver leg support. I am 5′ 7″ and had gotten used to very comfortable bucket seats in the Infiniti G35. The TT seats are shorter and do not extend far enough forward to provide the appropriate level of thigh support. I’ve tried adjusting the seat in every possible position to no avail. I also spent hours Googling to see if I could find seat extenders that would work with the TT and could not find any.
Our newspapers, the internet and our television and radio programming are full of stories about the latest fallen hero who did not live up to our unrealistic expectations of them. We view ourselves as so imperfect that when those who we esteem to be perfect fall we show them no mercy whatsoever. The truth is we all have things that we excel at or have the potential to excel at. We all have certain innate attributes and abilities and our own way of manifesting them in our outer realities. That some of us chose to assign our power away through our reluctance to be known and to take responsibility for what we know is a matter of choice. However, when we do so we also give over control of our own lives and assign it instead to the hero of the moment.
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.
In 1984, Toyota brought out the surprising MR 2, which was very different from the practical and uninteresting family sedans that made the manufacturer successful. The first generation (1984 1989) was extremely lightweight and featured, like all generations to follow, an MR (mid engine rear wheel drive) layout more commonly found on supercars such as the Ferrari F355 and Lamborghini Countach. The combination of lightweight chassis and perfect front rear weight distribution via the mid engine layout resulted in a car that handled like a champ and didn’t need a huge engine to provide sufficient performance. The 1.6 L inline 4 only produced 112 hp but could hit 60 mph in just over eight seconds.
No government official ‘deserves’ an expensive car. Many Nazis were also just following the rules! (an exaggerated example, but illustrates my point) If you can’t see the problem with purchasing expensive cars for the sake of appearances, with the majority of the country in poverty, you need to open your eyes!
BMW is one of the most successful marques in racing, from providing, probably, the most successful engine ever for Formula One (the straight four M10), through to decades of dominance on the road in touring and rally cars. “It is a company close to my heart,” says Adrian van Hooydonk, senior vice president of BMW Group Design. “Driving is close to my heart, too; expressing movement in metal it’s what I love.”
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Kind of just seeing what people think. I figure that i will start a family in about 5 6 years so if im going to have a sick sports car then now is the time. I was always the FI type who was like oh ill never spend money on a car because its a waste blah blah, but if im only spending an extra couple hundred to enjoy myself then why not? gotta live it up every once in awhile.
Later if you must get an prestigious badged car (It arguable in SoCal if any of the big 3 german brands can be viewed as prestigious short of the $150k+ semi exotics), go buy an 3 year old CPO BMW for 50% of MSRP while still having 2 3 more years of CPO warranty coverage.
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In the 1990’s there’s the Dodge Viper, which was radically different than anything being sold at the time. There was also the influx of Japanese cars that might someday be considered classics, like the Acura NSX. Then there’s cars like the Plymouth Prowler, which wasn’t very well received by consumers but might be rare enough to someday demand a premium.Norah Caseyposted 9 years agoin reply to thisI would love to have a GNX.