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>cruising to cars and coffee on your Rotas

You're not still defending replica wheels, are you?
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My granny's car makes an electronic buzzing sometimes, especially when she accelerates. She insists that there's nothing wrong, and Google is no help.
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Would /o/ an Honda S2000?
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Aggressive drivers

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Alright lets discuss aggressive drivers.
I'm 38, haven't had a ticket in 17 years. I live in Pennsylvania where the driving is ATROCIOUS, I feel they just hand out licenses like flowers from the salvation army.
I encounter 5-10 aggressive drivers every time I'm driving my vehicle. Ranging from speeding (well over the limit), tailgating, passing over a double yellow, blowing stop signs etc etc etc
I don't care weather you are an aggressive driver or a safe driver, I want to discuss both sides.
Here are some stats
>https://www.nhtsa.gov/press-releases/usdot-releases-2016-fatal-traffic-crash-data
>https://www.iii.org/fact-statistic/facts-statistics-aggressive-driving
>http://www.safemotorist.com/articles/road_rage.aspx
>http://www.smartmotorist.com/traffic-and-safety-guideline/aggressive-driving-facts.html
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Naru General /ng/ “truckefag edition”

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This week in the Naru Saga
>Naru come out of hiding after bitching out
>joins the Truckerfag discord server
>claims to be a truck driver, says he drives his dads f250
>continues to russle jimmies across the board
How do we stop this madman /o/? When will the ride end?
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Wrangler

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Is a Wrangler (2 or 4 door) from like 2010-11 a decent first car? Asking for a friend who wants something that goes well both on and off-road.
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>Father divorced abusive mother
>With lots of extra money he imediately bought a scatpack
>Race him in my Mustang all the time
>Lose but still have a blast
>Absolutely the best feel
Do you and your dad bond over cars /o/?
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Vehicle break-in period

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Just bought a new X1 and I want it to last a while. Does anybody know the Do's and don't's of braking them in so they ease into normal usage? I hear that you need to avoid full throttle acceleration for 1200 miles but nothing else is consistently suggested.

What do you think boys?
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Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen suddenly FIRED as GM luxury brand struggles

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>General Motors, seeking a faster turnaround at its flagship luxury brand, appointed Steve Carlisle president of Cadillac, replacing Johan de Nysschen, who is leaving the automaker immediately.

>His departure comes as the brand is falling behind its luxury competitors. Sales declined 11 percent since Nysschen's first full year as president.

>De Nysschen, 58, became president of Cadillac in August 2014 after stints as CEO of Nissan Motor Co.'s Infiniti brand and head of Audi's U.S. business.

>The abrupt change, according to two people familiar with the decision, was a result of de Nysschen’s reluctance to accelerate product and operating plans and capitalize on current U.S. market conditions, where industry sales remain healthy. GM executives, the sources said, acknowledge that it takes time to rebuild a brand but there needs to be more commitment to the here and now, rather than the future.

>“Looking forward, the world is changing rapidly, and, beginning with the launch of the new FWD SUV, XT4, it is paramount that we capitalize immediately on the opportunities that arise from this rate of change. This move will further accelerate our efforts in that regard."

>"There’s no question Johan is a visionary automotive leader, but given GM’s conservative culture he may have pushed things a step too far," said Jessica Caldwell, executive director of industry analysis. "It feels like Johan spent too much time chasing the German brands instead of embracing Cadillac’s unique heritage, and he should know that he can’t sell an old person’s car to a young person”

>"Cadillac and for that matter Lincoln, should be happy with their older buyers and court them. They can afford the product and likely have some fond memories of the brands."

Is it good news or bad news?
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GIB NOISY CAR

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Wat muffler is best /0/???
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