He would have to do a rinseless or waterless style wash most likely depending on where he is. I'd say from October/November through at least April you can't use a hose, they are clogged up with ice.
You need to be pretty careful if it's too cold also, if you spray a car in low temps, it will...
I'm not even sure I remember them all..
2003 Mitsubishi eclipse
2001 Ford ranger
2000 F250 PSD
2003 F250 PSD
1994 Toyota Pickup
2012 Mustang GT
2015 Focus ST
2000 Ford Ranger
2001 Ford Explorer
2008 Toyota Camry
2001 Mini JCW
2016 Focus RS
2017 Mustang GT
This is one of those situations where the market will outpace regulation.
There are a lot of people looking at electric now, and with more and more auto companies starting offer options, it wouldn't surprise me if there are companies that give up gas well before that 2035 date.
The video will be more important than the lap times, basically to go back and review your lines after. Especially with a seasoned driver or an instructor, almost everyone out there will be willing to help.
FWIW, I've had a hard time finding a phone mount solid enough for a good video, but I use...
I've never liked them.
The RS also rides harsh but you get less of a shitbox feel to it (in my opinion). Civic type R (FWD), while I've never been in one, is goofy looking but I guess it can't be beat in driving dynamics.
Golf R is the adult version of all boy racers, it rides well, it's fast...
The LT1 isn't too much better than the LS3 in that regard.
A huge reason is the body shape of the corvette, you may be lucky to get a MPG better with the LT1 (assuming same transmission).
My best friend had a 16 Camaro SS manual, I had a 17 Mustang GT (manual) and I pipped him by .2 mpg from...
You can call your insurance and verify that comp losses don't increase rates.
None of my companies will increase rates due to a comp loss, I even had a buddy get a car stolen and he actually saw a rate decrease next renewal.
I think Billy said the rule of thumb for tire sizing is .5" narrower tread width than wheel width.
The stretch preloads the sidewall, takes advantage of all of the surface area and helps with tire response and feel.
If I remember correctly, Billy showed up in shorts and flip flops trying to shake down the car to figure out a braking issue.
They also only had 1 set of tires and he was told not to tear them up, he said there was plenty of time left in it.
I would love it if Ford played the game with lap...
Oof that would be expensive.
Honestly, if I read it right, I would go back to your old exxon and see what the next oil change analysis says.
I'd hate for you to start to worry about an engine when it wasn't anything to worry about in the first place.
He will make sure you are happy.
It's what he does.
I've bought 3 cars from him and I constantly check the used car website for trucks. I can't even bring myself to look at local vehicles here anymore.