The law is that it illegal to refuse to submit to the sobriety tests. That does not compel you to actually submit to the search (blood test). It simply means you will be charged with an additional crime and you will likely have your license suspended. A warrant is still required to compel you to give a blood sample. If the police have actual reason to suspect you been drinking and driving is not particularly difficult to obtain a warrant to draw blood. The police don get to just skip steps because it easier. That how you get police railroading people who have not actually committed a crime.
I gotten lenses from eBay, KEH and local pawnshops and have had good luck. KEH is probably the most painless everything I gotten from them has been better than expected. eBay is a bit of a crapshoot since it more or less impossible to evaluate a lens based on a few pics you gotta dig through a ton of feedback and at some point, just hope for the best. At least at the pawnshop you can put your hands on the lens and test it out but selection is limited.
Hi, you are on my profile page! Ever since I was a kid, I have this gift of understanding people, a gift which I carried on until today. I believe that every person has a good heart and we all have potential to care for each other. I also like studying different culture and I had the opportunity to travel to different places around the world.
Thank you for your reply Nightstorm_NoS, my budget was 1/2 off that, and I know people are going to say that if you have a low budget you should steer clear from a BMW, electric or not. Every one in my neighborhood it seems has now taken delivery of their model 3 has they are all over the place. It a cool car but it is by no mean a city car, which is what I need. We have a ICE Suv for long range, for now. I have taken delivery of the i3 REX and I can say for sure, I would have been frustrated but the Bev version. Consider it cheating but the Rex extender has proven so far to be worth the extra $$. I coded the car and I have driven with 174 miles of range, light foot and taking advantage of steep downhills with battery Soc hold. I can charge or I can pump, having flexibility is sure sweet.
Tools for the JobMost of these tools are pretty common in a toolbox. The only ones that I would recommend buying are 1) the 02 sensor socket, part 95045 at Harbor Freight for $7.99 (use the 20% coupon and free flashlight coupon in the paper to get your money’s worth) and 2) a wire stripper; sorry, no tips as where to get that cheap. If you don’t want to use the 02 sensor socket, you can take off the heat shield, held on by five 6 mm Allen head bolts (and one 4 mm I believe), which will give you enough room to work an adjustable wrench down there.
Instead, the real money can be made with Ferraris that have a racing heritage. Bonhams sold a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO in 2014 for $38.1 million, which set a new world auction record at the time. That was broken four years later, when RM Sotheby’s found a buyer willing to drop $48.4 million for one. A third 250 GTO exchanged hands for $70 million in a private sale.
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, bfakn.club 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.
The Ford commercials that feature SyncWe’ve all seen the commercials from Ford Motor Company that feature the Microsoft Sync system on some of their vehicles. As an owner of one of those vehicles equipped with the Sync system, I can tell you how it actually works for those of you who do not know.
People like you make finding a job where you can feel relaxed about what you say, near impossible. It took me 15 years to end up at a place where people like you don exist. And it has been heaven. Now go away where I don have to deal with how excruciatingly fucking dumb you are.
Splicing the Wires and Installing the O2 SensorThe Ford sensor 15718 only has about 15 16″ of wire. You’re going to need around 30″, so don’t get too eager and cut off your VW harness just yet, lthough you can cut off the plug of your new Ford sensor as close as you can towards the connection.
The second generation Eclipse (1995 1999) came with a number of different engines, both naturally aspirated and turbocharged. The RS and GS models came with a 140 hp Chrysler engine, and the GS Spyder came with a slightly larger (2.4 L instead of 2.0 L) Mitsubishi engine. These trim levels, in addition to the GS T (with a 210 hp 2.0 L Mitsubishi powerplant) came with FWD. All second generation Eclipses came with either a four speed automatic or a five speed manual for drivers who prefer to use both feet. Mitsubishi used smaller turbos in the second generation compared to the first in order to reduce turbo lag, so the boost from the turbo will come more quickly. Convertible versions of the GS and GS T were also built. Expect to spend anywhere from $3,500 $10,00 depending on the trim (it’ll be more for the turbo), mileage, and condition.
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.
Tbh, if I were to move back in to Boston, I’d buy a BMW 310r and bike in and out to work. Maybe sell your Nissan for that for spring autumn. Then you can save miles and wear and tear on the X5 and make it last way longer and save yourself the headache. In a big car Boston is a night mare. On a bike? It’s fun and easy to park and since Boston is 90% slow moving traffic the risk of bike accidents goes down Astronomically vs a fast moving city like Austin or Indianapolis. And you’ll get 55 76 mpg.
They would never get away with it, the area is too built up. I see you are in Canada and I know how quiet some parts of it are, especially compared to England, I used to work for a Canadian specialist tour operator and they taught us that the whole of England can fit into the biggest lakes.
Would you drive such a showy car? If it was what I wanted and could afford, sure. Currently I drive a 07 VW New Beetle. Its my dream car. DH (dear husband) offered to let me trade it in for something “better” and I refuse. I love that thing, it works great, and my kid, carseat, gear and groceries all fit quite nicely. Not to mention its paid off. I would rather spend my money on clothes, shoes and bags then a “better” car though. Although I am sure people would find that pretentious. It’s a fundamental way that humans communicate with each other.
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.
Replacements/damages Ask your retailer how stock outs, damages, and replacements are handled. If you can’t get the cabinet when you need it, every other tradesman is held up (counters, tiles, plumbers, etc.), which can cost you weeks in your project schedule. Some manufacturers are build to order and allow for replacements to be shipped in as little as a day. Furthermore, if you only need a shelf or a cabinet side, it is no problem. You don’t need to replace the whole cabinet. Just get what you need. Best of all, replacements are basically “no questions asked.”
This post has gotten longer than I expected already but I will add this: I recently sold my CTS V for a nice truck that much cheaper to own and drive, and that I enjoy almost as much. I still dont regret it a damn bit, even having calculated my total cost of ownership after the fact.
Sorry about the rant, just a little pissed off about people running their mouth. As high and mighty as some of these women are I would hate to see them have a rough time financialy. I don’t think they could do what half of us single parents do. Its not easy and I just don’t understand how anyone could ‘live’ off GA.
Bloomberg had some car engineers tear down a model 3. What they found was that it was over engineered in a way that didn’t benefit the overall product, but made production more complicated and expensive. They found that had Tesla used more traditional manufacturing methods like those of Toyota or Ford, they could have increased profit margins significantly without sacrificing any of the model 3’s safety or structural integrity.
They use the 8 series for marketing reasons it the car they want to sell with that program. This has been brought up many times before. What the point in spending millions on a racing program without a plan to get a return on that investment?This is literally what I meant with “Sure, I rather see the M4 as a GTE car but, it completely reasonable why they aren using that.” so not sure what the point.
After pulling out the first sensor and seeing the date of 1999, I knew this thing was rotten like an outhouse. So, like anyone else trying to save a buck in this economy, I went to the World Wide Web and found my solution: I just had to soak this bad boy in gas for a few days and it would run like new! Nope! Fail. Maybe it works for some, but it definitely did not work for me.
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
Plus dispatching their drivers to SF is a stupid idea. Sure, you could say it’s faster, and with a higher talent level than F2, but the cars are also much harder to adapt to, there is less relevance to F1 (Push to pass vs DRS, different tyres, only sharing 1 circuit vs all F2 circuits).
I’m not going to sit here and say that anyone who is at the top, or who has a fancy degree on their wall, is lazy. I won’t say that at all. I will say, though, that too often many of these guys simply put themselves on a pedestal that really has no business being beneath their feet. They all think, regardless of how they arrived where they are, that they have earned their position. They have earned their right to the big prize. They believe wholeheartedly that they deserve every bit of what they have, and that everyman deserves virtually nothing except to be thankful for what the top trickles down.
Now, that said, I am not saying that the police report is 100% full of shit, and it may in fact be more representative of what actually happened, but from personal and professional experience, I can tell you that if you take them as the absolute truth, there a good chance you going to be misled.
I drove a 991.2 911 before I bought the Evora. It was a very capable car that was completely soulless and uninspiring. Never been more disappointed after driving a car because of how high my expectations were for it. I am pretty positive that I don want any modern Porsche that is not a GT car (which I have ridden in on track and they are amazing). The Evora, on the other hand, feels special every time I get in it. It looks exotic, Lotus even managed to make it sound exotic, and you feel completely connected to the road when you drive it. The steering feedback and directness is unmatched, the shifter assembly is so percise and tactile, the ride is compliant with very little body roll, and that Toyota V6 sounds like it came from Italy. It not a numbers car for magazines. It simply an exceptional driver car. It still makes me smile everything I drive it.
To buy an used Prius (or electric Leaf with the CA carpool access sticker if you can charge at home or work since you considering an electric 530e). Or simply an used, reliable econobox like an $10k Civic or Corolla. Bank your $1,000+ monthly savings from your low total cost of ownership and save it up in your slush fund or pay off your high interest debt.
Yeah that ridiculous. The scary thing to me throughout the whole process is that it seems like they really have no power to deviate from the rules. Months ago they could change the tires before they sell you the car or give you the paint change for free, now they can even do that. Multiple cars floated by me that matched everything I wanted, but had sport wheels instead of Aero.
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.
What happening here is that he is crying out for validation. There a reason he is constantly talking or thinking about you and my first assumption would be is that you intimidate him, so his emotional response to express the exact opposite and he acts like your the idiot when in reality he just projecting.
The second generation Miata (1999 2005) phased out the pop up headlights and got a little bit bigger, yet more aerodynamic. The 1.8 L engine was upgraded to run at 140 hp, and ABS was added as an option. In 2001, Mazda refreshed the second generation Miata and upgraded the structural stiffness of the chassis while adding a six speed manual gearbox to the top line model. For the 2004 and 2005 model years, a MazdaSpeed Miata was also available in limited quantities. This Miata featured a turbocharged version of the 1.8 L that made 180 hp and could reach 60 mph in 6.2 seconds. Mazda upgraded the suspension and fitted wider rubber to the lightweight alloy wheels. A MazdaSpeed Miata will cost $10,000 $15,000, while a normal one will cost $2,500 $12,000 based on condition and mileage.