>Discuss insurance prices in this thread.
>What car you're driving
>Price you're paying
Currently I have no car, got my license a few months ago and the main reason I ain't got one yet is cause of the ridiculous insurance prices here in the UK. I'm 17 years old, from London and the cheapest car insurance quote I can get was £2,600 (3.7k usd) per year on a small ass 1.2L...
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I spent $1800/year insuring my Prelude in NJ when it was my only car. Got a quote this week for just my Prelude in PA, and with more coverage too. $750/year. Same insurance company too.
>Does anyone in the UK know any way of reducing this shit?
>got my license a few months ago
Good luck getting a cheap policy anywhere when you just got your license.
Nah, I don't mean "cheap" as in few hundread a year. I'd be more than happy to find insurance for half the price I'm being quoted which would be like 2K USD a year (1.3K GBP)
Difference is though you americans have people my age driving Mustangs, trucks and other big vehicles which are actually kinda powerful and I'm out here trying to insure a 1.2L hatchback that has like 75BHP and they wan tme to pay 4K USD for it lol.
Which one /o/?
>dykes in foresters
>AC line leaking
>shop wants $200 for parts and more for labor and more for HVAC diddling
>rockauto shows the part for $40 and the labor is literally 4 small bolts
>I'd need to buy like 2 feet of socket extension and a wobble joint to get to two of the bolts and some Autozone AC recharger thing
Motivate me /pnw/
Sup /o/, I know fuckall about cars, the only things I've driven are a jeep patriot and a chevrolet cobalt.
Can anyone explain to me what the point of a muscle car is? Like ford mustangs and dodge chargers. What exactly makes it's "high performance" different from a luxury european car like BMW, audi, mercedes benz etc.
And what exactly sets all these cars apart from "reliable" cars like honda civics, vw jettas, toyota corollas etc?
A muscle car is a mid-size-ish RWD car, designed for performance, with a giant V8 up front sold at an affordable price.
It's just a fun car/sports car.
How many dicks would you suck for one of these
>sucking dicks for cars
OP, anon here. I have bad news. Sucking dicks for cars isn't a normal thing like you think it is..
>All new F150s now have LCD screens
>The monstrosity that is the 2017 Super Duty is bound to have them standard as well
>All new Chevy trucks have LCD screens
>All new RAM trucks have LCD screens
>All new Toyota trucks have LCD screens
How did this happen?
O beautiful for spacious skies,
For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountain majesties
Above the fruited plain!
God shed his grace on thee
And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea
>mandatory backup cameras for all new vehicles
This is happening and all new cars are getting LCD touch screens to double as backup view screens.
Also, its easier for mfgrs to build 1 display and drop it all vehicles than to design a bunch of different dashboards
>American production car regulations after 1972
Meanwhile it's still legal to sell brand new Defenders, Caterhams and Morgan Three Wheelers in Europe.
glorious VQ34 329hp
Tell me why i shouldn't pick one up used at the local dealership for 32k
I have about 5 grand in cash to play around with and I need a used pickup. I don't know shit about vehicles. What is a good reliable pickup to buy in my price range?
find a flaw
Bring back Group B.
If I were to buy a Nissan Skyline-GTR, what kind of upgrades/modifications do you think I should do to it?
The AE86 is the fastest car in the world!
Do you ever fuck with sports cars you find that are auto (egging/keying ect)?
I have the feeling the 924 is a better purchase than a miata