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by akbear90  Yesterday

Today is Warren's birthday....Itsajeepthing........stop by & wish him a Happy Birthday.........spread the word.........

by Mudsprings  Jul 25, 2014

There is no advantage to be gained except that my friends stay on the front page and all three are my friends. If you're not my friend I ignore you.

by Mudsprings  Jul 24, 2014

I only pump friends. dallfo is my friend and the guys on the front page are my friends. I had a story yesterday that stayed on top all day.

by dallfo  Jul 24, 2014

Thank you.

by dallfo  Jul 24, 2014

I totally understand.

by dallfo  Jul 24, 2014

Thank you. She's a 2 year old purebred American Cocker Spaniel. She rules, I obey.

by dallfo  Jul 24, 2014

I pumped your article. Interesting article. I'm not sure why anyone would want to buy something that represents the deaths of 47 people.

by orphancarguyPE  Jul 23, 2014

Everything handles well in snow with the right tires. With all my vehicles, I by a cheap set of steel wheels and put expensive snow tires on them for the winter. My VW wagon gets Bridgestone Blizzaks..and truth be told, it drove out of the driveway one day when the Jeep with 'All Seasons' parked beside it was hopelessly stuck in the same depth of snow. Just keeping a set of tires on rims permanently and swapping rims is cheaper and easier on tire and rims than switching tires on one set of rims. The Prius tires are like all cars sold other than in Quebec, and are 'All Seasons' useless when it snows and gets really cold. Like all modern cars, it has too much plastic too low to the ground--that stuff is great for mileage on paved roads when its warm and dry. But drive carefully and don't slide into snowbanks and you should be as fine as any other car. LOL!

by QuinteH  Jul 22, 2014

Thank you. :)

by orphancarguyPE  Jul 18, 2014

I couldn't 'get' the large Prius...but the first time I drove the small Prius C and watched the fuel economy screen, I 'got it' within two km. I could likely get how to drive the large Prius now. Like our Subaru Forester with CVT, there are little tricks that come with experience and watching both car's feedback screens, and that doesn't mean you have to dawdle along at 30kph either, or accelerate like you have a ship's anchor on a rope

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