Sunday, May 22, 2022
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Reader Question: Buckled-up Dogs?

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Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply!  Donna asks: There is apparently a new law in my state that animals must be "secured" when transported in a car. I'm assuming...

Reader Question: About EVs?

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Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply! Vanvonu writes: I'm truly ignorant about EVs and hoping that they will find similar demises to the pandemic. Do EVs have some kind...

Reader Question: Replacing Both Tires?

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Here's the latest reader question, along with  my reply! Dave asks: I popped a curb last week and it tore my driver's side rear tire on the sidewall. Went to a tire...

Spam Flak

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Just a quick note to "hip" everyone to the reason for the Cloudfare pop-up some of you may bee seeing when you try to load the site or one of the...

Send them Mail!

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The site has been spam-bombed by something styled Lakeland Pressure Wash. Greasy bastards. I thought I'd post a screenshot. If  you have time, maybe send them some spam in return! Meanwhile, please...

Nostalgia, Already . . .

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We will sell no wine before it’s time. So said Gallo pitchman Orson Welles, a long time ago. Nostalgia is like that. It takes time to develop. We are not usually nostalgic...

Reader Question: When to Get a New Helmet?

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Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply! Marks asks: I have an old HJC helmet that’s super comfortable! It’s lightweight, easy to put on, and feels like an old, well...

Reader Question: New Old Truck Recommend?

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Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply! David asks: I have a 1997 Nissan pickup truck.  It has nearly 395,000 miles on the engine.  I need to replace the truck...

Reader Question: Sell the Fat Bob?

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Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply!  Frank asks: My local Harley dealer is buying used Harleys, btw first time for them. My question is how much is my 2009...

About Those “Chips” . . .

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You have no doubt heard about the "chip" (semiconductor) shortage - referring to the bits of silicon that are critical to the myriad electronic operations of a modern, computer-controlled vehicle -...
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