400k to 1, considering the millions of cats, not exactly THAT rare
That's like crediting some ancient human with inventing the car because they invented the wheel.
i'm glad. she shouldn've have gotten herself into that position to begin with. so many drivers have horrible situational awareness
microsoft saved apple to save their own skins. if they hadn't, the justice department would've torn 'em an even bigger one and broken them apart under monopoly laws
How much would you cut? What would you cut? How will your cuts affect the rest of the system? You must not know what a detail looks like.
did you miss the whole part about this being in Tokyo?
Publix supermarkets in the southeast U.S. will give you the item for free if you discover any difference in price, it's nice.
in my experience, you still need to have a key in the ignition (or hotwired) to jump start a manual car for 2 reasons: 1) the ecu won't work so the engine won't run the electronics, 2) the steering wheel lock will engage unless you turn the cylinder
You're wrong. I've jump started a bunch of newer model vehicles, and you don't even need that much of a push to do it.