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I missed this one the other day, but HEY, I drive a Dodge Ram too, when I'm not in the Peterbilt. I don't like girly cars.I drive a Ram. So does Chris... And at least one more here... Are you saying that you're better than us?
BTW, the Dodge Ram has a speed limit in the computer for 110 MPH. So no matter how hard you mash the gas, it ain't going any faster.
But then again, it ain't built for speed...
You go ahead and stick to your jetta there little fella, us MEN will drive real vehicles!
Yeah! And get on to some really important debates.OH fer-crying-out-fricking-loud people. Fine. He drives a Ford, She drives a Dodge, they drive Chevys. Can we move along...
The car had positraction!Wait, you're Mona Lisa Vito?
Yeah! And get on to some really important debates.
.45ACP vs. 9mm
S&W vs. Colt
Glock vs 1911
Steel vs. plastic
Glock vs. everything else.
I'm going to have to read through this because I was looking forward to getting a diesel when they became available....but it's looking like unless there's some changes it might happen even if the new standards are in place???I believe that you are prohibited from registering a diesel vehicle less than 8600 GVW in Massachusetts that is less than six months old. I apologize for not citing the exact statute. Check this article out on interesting information on diesel technology and a bit more about the Massachusetts law. The state web site is not helpful. https://www.gabelli.com/Gab_pdf/res_reports/diesel121604.pdf