I’m thinking of buying a used car from a guy in my apartment complex, but I want to check its history to see if there were accidents, how many owners, etc. Can I research a car having just its Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)?
I hear that I should be able to control my Comcast Xfinity TV remote app via my Apple Watch, but I can’t figure out how to find it on the watch face. How do I get the Xfinity TV app to show up on my Apple Watch?
My brother and I have been arguing about politics and I say that the Clinton is viewed more suspiciously than Trump. He says otherwise. I’m wondering, can I use Google to find out who is more distrusted?
I drive a lot and am no stranger to road trips, so I drive past a lot of highway patrol and police manning speed traps, hiding in turnouts with their radar guns, and driving in the opposite direction with their speed sensing gear on high. I’m not much of a speeder, though, preferring to keep the money in my wallet rather than pay high fines. But road trip. Yeah, When you’ve got 100 miles of empty highway ahead of you, those speed limits can seem awful daft and limiting 🙂
Hi Dave! I saw your great review of the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid over on your other blog [see Is the RAV4 Hybrid my next car?] and one line caught my eye when you were talking about the surcharge for the hybrid engine: “you can do the math too: at $2.50/gal that’s a lot of driving to pay back the difference”. So how DO you calculate how many miles you need to drive to amortize the cost of the hybrid??
My uncle cornered me last weekend and started going on about their new “Class A” motorhome and how he and my aunt are going to sell their house and live a nomadic existence on the road. Sounds pretty cool, but what’s the deal with “Class A”, “Class B”, and so on?