Oh, where do I begin? There’s so much I need to say about 45 and his team.
Very bad photo, but I was about to start moving. I don’t use my phone while I’m driving; however, this was a Passat W8 4Motion wagon.
One of my friends needs a car. Her younger sister drives a 2017 Elantra, while my friend wants something older and cheaper that she can dump once she makes enough money to buy her own car. She’ll probably be keeping this car she finds for maybe five years max.
“Under_Score, no.” This is a message I received from AT&T U-Verse, my home Internet provider, in regards to the content I am about to post. “Please be careful posting this.” Sprint, my LTE provider, also gave me a warning. “Under_Score, this is risky. I know AT&T is shaky about you transmitting this message through…
Over 2,000 miles from my home, in a state I’ve never been too, exists a dealer called 405 Motors. And it probably has the most incredible inventory I’ve ever seen.
But this will be okay. I’m glad I don’t drive an older vehicle with a V6 or a V8.
I spotted this one on Wednesday. In comments, I’ve mentioned that I see a surprising amount of these despite their supposed rarity. Here is proof.
Please pay attention to the details of this screenshot. I’ve only had it for a couple hours and I love it! Please ask me anything about it.
I’m probably getting a new phone as soon as tonight, and I still have thousands of pictures to move off of my phone. These are some of the best cars I’ve seen since May 2016. Please enjoy.
This is confusing, especially for my parents.
Considering the plate of the blue Chevy expired in 2000, these cars probably aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. I pass them a lot and they’ve never moved.
It all began with the Paul brothers, some Fortnite, and the Walmart Yodel Boy.
Flat tire. This is not gonna be good for him.
Please call me Bill Belichick; I had to take the air out of the ball just so I could flex!
I bought a Vineyard Vines Kentucky Derby t-shirt. And I barely know anything about horses. Or the Kentucky Derby.
Car 7.5 I’ve driven: I finally drove my mom’s CR-V. The pedals are kind of firm at first, but the wider build makes it feel super stable. It’s as nice to drive as it is to be a passenger in.
Rest in peace.
Today, I was thinking about the Nissan Rogue. People on here hate them, but they’re great cars. My sister drives a 2008 model; it’s the oldest car in my family and the car my parents have kept the longest, both in terms of age and mileage. I remembered that the 2011-2013 (facelift) SV and SL models are some of the…