Vector LR 970 Radar Detector (?L01 CAL)
Hi, Just got a never-used, in its original box Vector LR 970. When I turn the unit on, there's the self-test and then a message (with beeps): "? L01 CAL" that never stops. I didn't find anything about this message in the ower's manual nor on the Web. Does anybody has an idea about it? Thanks. ... 24 Aug 2008 14:58
We already knew that turn signal DRL's were a bad idea...
In article <1194026671.938899.302690(a)o80g2000hse.googlegroups.com>, N8N wrote: This is why people have a negative opinion of GM cars... if they can't get blatantly obvious details like light clusters right, what does that say about the engineering that went into the rest of the functional bits of the car?... 9 Nov 2007 19:42
How many treadwear miles do we REALLY get for every 100 UTQG points?
On Sat, 25 Aug 2007 15:09:07 -0500, nonsense wrote: It is a very rare occasion when someone can get a valid answer to any question in a usenet newsgroup. Hi nonsense, I normally get absolutely WONDERFUL GPS answers on the sci.geo.satellite-nav newsgroup so I expected more of this newsgroup. But again, it'... 27 Aug 2007 08:13
Seat Belt: Will You Get Ticketed If You Show Medical Exemption?
If you're pulled over in California for not wearing a seat belt and you show a note from doctor (describing medical condition that precludes wearing of seat belt), is that enough or can the cop still ticket you and make you have to show up in court to explain? Note that California law does allow medical seat bel... 25 Jul 2007 21:08
Turning around in neighbor's driveway
foaddoc wrote: "Kent Wills" <compuelf(a)gmail.com> wrote in message "There will be NO change in CO2 levels since we exhale carbon monoxide, not carbon dioxide, stupid." -- Kent Wills, geenious ROTFLMAO !! Pure Wills. ... 8 May 2007 18:41
Would Consumer Reports say this is a shady practice?
On Apr 17, 9:38 pm, Ashton Crusher <d...(a)moore.net> wrote: Consumer Reports says it's on the side of the consumer. They do articles about how companies try and pull the wool over consumers eyes by putting small amounts of product in a large box, or putting NEW on something that's got the exact same ingredi... 19 Apr 2007 01:09
Automakers Lengthen Oil Change Intervals
Most major automakers agree: The adage that you should change your car's oil every 3,000 miles is outdated, and even 5,000 miles may be too often, The Associated Press reported. Ford Motor Co. became the latest manufacturer to extend its oil life guidelines, making public that it is raising the recommended oil... 13 Apr 2007 17:09
Your Right to Drive
Our States are lying to us. Driving is not a privilege. Driving is a Right. Our public streets were built on our property with our money for the purpose of enhancing our Right of Liberty. But, the more our public highways are made unusable by anything but the automobile, the more this LIE that driving is a privil... 25 Mar 2007 22:09
100 Mexican trucking companies....
On Feb 23, 9:33 pm, "johnny@." <johnny@.> wrote: [February 23, 2007, 9:30 pm] By LESLIE MILLER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON The news that Mexican trucks will be allowed to haul freight deeper into the United States drew an angry reaction Friday from labor leaders, safety advocates and m... 25 Feb 2007 19:28
LLB causes road anger and death in Loudoun County
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/08/09/AR2006080901250.html During a hearing in Loudoun County yesterday, a prosecutor dropped charges of aggressive driving and driving on a suspended license against Indeshaw Adenaw, 32, whose pickup truck struck Charles Vo, 50, killing him about 8 p.m. Sa... 13 Aug 2006 01:04