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- Dec 5, 2020
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If you know you're gonna have problems just print the law out and have it with your vehicle registration.If i remember correctly.. the law in texas is either 2 side view mirrors or a rear view in the cab..
Will i remove mine.. prolly not as i don't wanna have to argue that with a cop that doesn't KNKOW the law and assumes they are required... since i was prolly speeding anyway.. no need to give him an extra reason to pull me over!
The “WD” in WD-40 Stands for Water Dispersant. It was the 40th formula tried for a water dispersant. In older cars, after driving through some water and it dying, you could spray WD-40 in the distributor and instantly start the car, as the product dispersed the water out and restored electrical functionality.I heard WD-40 was invented to prevent rust on military vehicles and weaponry.
truck is going to be a garage queen?
Trucks were meant to be tools. The Cybertruck will age more gracefully than any other truck on the market. A soft painted surface just seems inappropriate for a work truck, even though that's how legacy trucks have looked for over 100 years. Finally, we get a truck
i have a rule.. i never argue with guys that carry guns... the time to argue with the cop is monday in front of a judge flanked by a lawyer.. NOT on the street.If you know you're gonna have problems just print the law out and have it with your vehicle registration.
That's what amazes me with those Lamborghini videos where the guy is telling the cop he's been through this several times before. Just print out the law and make it easier on yourself.
Just realized that you can tell these are passenger-side and not driver's side door skins. That's the right side of the vehicle... Starboard... whatever. You can tell because the cutout for the sensor is to the rear.The stainless steel exterior is the overall best feature of the Cybertruck IMO.
I think the Space X inspired ultra hard cold rolled SS skin will develop a nice patina over time. It will naturally develop scratches over the years.
Elon already said it would be easy for the owner to remove the mirrors. To me, that implies there will be a trim piece that will fill in the void left by mirror removal.Just realized that you can tell these are passenger-side and not driver's side door skins. That's the right side of the vehicle... Starboard... whatever. You can tell because the cutout for the sensor is to the rear.
EDIT: After carefully watching a very clear, large video of Hanz opening the door for the kids, I realize there is NO cutout in the door back there. Those cutouts are for the mirrors. Why does that matter?
Well, for all of those who want to remove their mirrors, there will be that cutout that you'll have to cover with something.
- and those are driver's door skins.