• What do you think of Dirt Bikes?

    I think they're really cool.
    I think they're really cool.
    21 answers · 3 days ago
  • Will a dui follow me if i move out of state?

    i currently live in chicago illinois and i have a dui on my record.. my license is unsuspended but i need to pay the reinstatement fee plus the alcohol abuse courses until i can get my license back.. but a family member in miami florida recently asked me to move down there with them. if i were to move, would the... show more
    i currently live in chicago illinois and i have a dui on my record.. my license is unsuspended but i need to pay the reinstatement fee plus the alcohol abuse courses until i can get my license back.. but a family member in miami florida recently asked me to move down there with them. if i were to move, would the dui follow me there? or would i be able to get my license again in florida without paying the reinstatement fee and the courses here in chicago?
    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • I turned left on a GREEN light. There were no cars coming from the other side and the RED light camera went off on me.?

    There are no signs that say only left turns on green arrow or anything of that sort. Why did it go off? Did it think I swerved into the other lane a bit or what? Was this just a glitch or are they actually going to send me a ticket for this stupid thing
    There are no signs that say only left turns on green arrow or anything of that sort. Why did it go off? Did it think I swerved into the other lane a bit or what? Was this just a glitch or are they actually going to send me a ticket for this stupid thing
    9 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Was 1971-72 considered a Malaise era for automobiles?

    Best answer: The late 60's and early 70's was the era of the "Muscle Car" that glorified straight line acceleration and high horsepower in relatively small cars. There were also a lot of young, inexperienced drivers getting in over their heads and crashing their Muscle Cars. The US Federal Government was... show more
    Best answer: The late 60's and early 70's was the era of the "Muscle Car" that glorified straight line acceleration and high horsepower in relatively small cars. There were also a lot of young, inexperienced drivers getting in over their heads and crashing their Muscle Cars. The US Federal Government was starting to make noises like they wanted to regulate speed and power, so manufacturers were starting to dial back performance before the Government forced them to do it. The "Arab oil embargo" of 1973 put the final nail in the coffin and marked the end of the American Muscle Car era.
    9 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Are tow dollies required to be registered in Florida?

    Tow dolly will be used behind a 40' RV. Is a tag or any registration required for the tow dolly?
    Tow dolly will be used behind a 40' RV. Is a tag or any registration required for the tow dolly?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Any tips for taking good care of a car?

    I just got my first car and I want to take amazing care of it. Any tips at all are helpful or anything you wish you knew when you first started driving.
    I just got my first car and I want to take amazing care of it. Any tips at all are helpful or anything you wish you knew when you first started driving.
    11 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do you think it is an excuse for someone who cant take you somewhere because they will have thier kids with them?

    Even if they only have 1 or 2?
    Even if they only have 1 or 2?
    14 answers · 5 days ago
  • What is the name of this main battle tank?

    What is the name of this main battle tank?

    Best answer: A variant of West Germany Leopard MBT, it's classified as 2nd Generation MBT 1965–1984.
    Best answer: A variant of West Germany Leopard MBT, it's classified as 2nd Generation MBT 1965–1984.
    4 answers · 15 hours ago
  • How many fails can I get on my Alcolock until the extend my time.?

    Best answer: Yes, you're probably going to have it for longer. How much longer depends on the program you're under, so read your compliance manual.
    Best answer: Yes, you're probably going to have it for longer. How much longer depends on the program you're under, so read your compliance manual.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why would someone buy "Xenon white" fog lights? Just to look cool?

    I tried them. My friends tried them. They are not all they are touted to be. I have been a camping/off road enthusiast for my entire adult life. I have driven under every condition you can imagine. I installed after-market (eBay) 6000K HID headlamps on my old Jeep Wrangler. They where great for spotting the... show more
    I tried them. My friends tried them. They are not all they are touted to be. I have been a camping/off road enthusiast for my entire adult life. I have driven under every condition you can imagine. I installed after-market (eBay) 6000K HID headlamps on my old Jeep Wrangler. They where great for spotting the eyes of deer in the road at night. I could see the edges of the trails, and obstacles very well. On the highway, the signs, and the markers lit up well. The blue light looked dramatic because my Jeep was black with custom chrome. Overall they sound great right? Well, yes they are under ideal conditions. So what is the catch? 1. My Jeep had 31" tyres, and a 1.5" lift. My headlights were near chest height, and my fog lights are waist height. Needless to say, the other drivers hated me. My headlamps "sunburned" their faces. I guess it was fun to pull up behind "boom cars" and blind the driver. HAHAHAHAHA 2. In the fog, those lights are the worst. The fog scatted all the blue light back into my face. It was as though I had a luminous cloud in front of me. 3. In the rain they sucked bad. The stock halogen lights are better in rain. 4. In the snow, well, you can guess how that worked out. I almost needed sunglasses even with the low beams on. 5. The after-market HID housings just do not hold up to off road very well. They kept cracking, and I had to replace them every two years. Finally I found a set with rubber "Shock" rings that protected them.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • What brand of tires to purchase for SUV?

    I've heard ppl say not to get this or that brand of tires but idk much about tires and need to purchase some. Can someone please tell me what to stay away from and which brand are good tires
    I've heard ppl say not to get this or that brand of tires but idk much about tires and need to purchase some. Can someone please tell me what to stay away from and which brand are good tires
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • How do you feel about people who speed excessively when driving?

    Best answer: Be glad he is speeding as HE will get the radar traps. You just concentrate on getting to your destination ALIVE. Forget about them. Someone has to support the government coffers...he is a likely contributor. Bully for him. Running red lights is asinine. 15 people were just killed when a truck T-Boned a... show more
    Best answer: Be glad he is speeding as HE will get the radar traps. You just concentrate on getting to your destination ALIVE. Forget about them. Someone has to support the government coffers...he is a likely contributor. Bully for him.
    Running red lights is asinine. 15 people were just killed when a truck T-Boned a BUS. Truck drivers fault for not stopping at a stop sign. That is 15 Murders. of people under the age of 25.
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • Nissan Leaf on a 3 year lease, bananas?

    First off, I already have 2 motorcycles and I'm only going to take-out my car on rainy and/or cold days or a trip to the supermarket, picnic point etc + my soon to be wife's occasional errands. My estimation would be about 3-4,000 km/ year. And considering the 'bombproof' nature of EVs, I think... show more
    First off, I already have 2 motorcycles and I'm only going to take-out my car on rainy and/or cold days or a trip to the supermarket, picnic point etc + my soon to be wife's occasional errands. My estimation would be about 3-4,000 km/ year. And considering the 'bombproof' nature of EVs, I think I'll save a TON of cash over a 'traditional' petrol car (gas car, for you Yankee Blokes). Might even save the environment even though I'm no liberal! Car's MSRP is £22,790.00 according to Nissan's official website for the new 2018 model. Phoned a few places and my heart is set on a 3 year lease at £265 / month which also includes road tax and VAT etc with £2,625 initial down payment. And since EVs don't need much maintenance (apart from recharging) like oil change, fuel filter, air filter and all that nonsense and has much less 'moving parts'; I think its a 'steal', but I've been wrong before! So, good idea or bad idea?
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do ardent liberals own American muscle cars?

    If so, they need a fixen!
    If so, they need a fixen!
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • What is the name of this vehicle?

    What is the name of this vehicle?

    Best answer: It is German. Notice the Back and White Cross on the Turret. It is the Leopard 2A6
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    Best answer: It is German. Notice the Back and White Cross on the Turret. It is the Leopard 2A6
    Here is a better picture:
    4 answers · 2 days ago