Alright, winter is officially here for most of North America. Share your winter driving stories and tales of sick drifts in parking lots.
>sick drifts in parking lots
Was doing this at 3AM for the first time, and I got to doing really high speed skidz since the parking lot was huge. Miscalculated a little and ended up clearing the base of a street light I was going to hit at 50kph.
When I went to check out the line my bumper made in the snow, I measured it to be about 4mm from the concrete.
Had a shitty Corsica in early December a couple years back. Rear tires were so bad that I was going sideways through intersections at 10mph.
Was fun while it lasted, but I got new tires to keep it out of the ditch.
ITT: cars that scream boy racer
Will there any exterior mods to make the Miata ND look less angry? I preferred it when it had the honesty and security to appear innocent and feminine.
Just wait for the Fiata
On your commutes?
On weekends/ late nights?
I have to rush job to job in a work truck and I haul ass. GMC 2500 with a 6.0L V8. It's no slouch.
1- old grandma
3 - go with the flow of traffic
6 Fast off line, fast corners, but well within your cars limit, and your capabilities
8 HARD ACCELERATION, CORNERS FAST IN, FAST OUT. LATE BRAKING. Borderline wreckless
10 -Grand Theft Auto 5 stars status
I'm in no hurry so I don't speed, but I have no tolerance for morons that can't figure out merging/yielding/lane changes, so I drive in the wrong lane, on the sidewalk, over median islands, or whatever else I need to do pretty often.
>gave the key to an Aventador to valet guy
>valet guy took it around the block, revving like he stole it
>exotic Volkwagen caught on fire
Poor guy just wanted to have a little bit of fun, now his life is ruined.
>He actually drives a manual in 2016 when dual clutch systems are faster and more user friendly
Manual is more fun. That's primarily why we like it. Not for benchracing purposes.
You've got $13,000. What do you buy?
Would you buy an integra?
Which one and why? I'm Strongly considering one or the other as my next car. In Australia the Focus is a 5 door and Fiesta is 3 door.
What kind of driving do you mostly do, what are your roads like, and how much space do you need?
3dr vs 5dr makes it easier, the Focus is a no-brainer if you need back seats and cargo space. The Focus is faster in a straight line, and is nicer and roomier inside. The Fiesta is much more fun on tight canyon/mountain roads and easier to deal with in congested city traffic.
>How do I into CDL?
Community college, independent schools. Get a grant or loan before you sign a contract with a company offering to pay for school.
>Good rookie companies?
>Bad rookie companies?
Anything not in the pastebin
>how do I into cdl?
1. go to community college
2. take business classes
3. get degree in accounting/business mgmt
4. start career in anything but trucking
trucking teaches you unique ways to hate each and every state
>ITT: Guilty Pleasures
Cars that you really shouldnt like
I really like the Mitsubishi Carisma.
How can you not want this car?
ITT: We say nice things about each others cars.
my '02 E46
I like the little bottom section of the bumper
It's still raining edition
>12th man bro
>dirty Californian transplants
>lovingly harvested local coffee beans sensitively roasted brewed and poured sustainably harvested...
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What is the most comfy car that's affordable?
Cross-posting from >>>/jp/14636795
What's your excuse for NOT driving a car made entirely of qt anime grils?