Interesting idea. I wonder if this will become a new trend. Also, is this legal in most places? I know classic and historical cars get away with this kind of thing because they are nor required to have modern safety features. I just wonder if the local sheriff is gonna hassle you for driving around without the factory… » 7/24/14 12:09pm Today 12:09pm

If they want to do a real test they should run them from Bishop, CA to Mammoth Lakes, CA. Over 40 miles you gain almost 4000 feet, most of which is done in the span of about 15 miles with a 7% grade. That climb will show the true colors of any tow rating. My buddies V10 Ford F250 was going about 10-12mph towing a 20… » 7/23/14 6:00pm Yesterday 6:00pm

So, the HUD is down in the right corner, not actually up in front of the vision field? I am just trying to imagine in my head how HUD's work in games like HALO and other First Person Shooters work and They typically have information displayed around all the edges of the screen, upper right, upper left, lower right and… » 7/23/14 5:52pm Yesterday 5:52pm

At the time the driver was apologetic and was informed by the police that I was recording my ride and seemed to admit fault. But when it came to my insurance claim against her she disputed it. Safe to say the video has saved me a lot of hassle and 3 weeks later the cheque has already arrived from the insurance company.

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Buying Bicycles new is an interesting one. I have purchased my last few Mountain Bikes used because I know how to size myself on a bike and know how to work on them. But many times I recommend people who are new to Mountain Biking to purchase a lower end bike new from a local bike shop because the staff are trained to… » 7/18/14 9:42am 7/18/14 9:42am