One of the more contentious San Francisco debates during the pandemic period has been whether or not to let cars back on the Great Highway. Mayor Breed ordered a “compromise measure” that would allow cars to use the thoroughfare on weekdays, but keep the Great Highway car-free on the weekends.
This post was written by Tyler Thompson I purchased my first car in 1995. Since then, I’ve put a lot of work into my Saab 9000 CS. You’re probably asking yourself, “since then?” No, that’s not a misprint. I haven’t updated my vehicle since 1995, and I’m okay with that.
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The single thing I hate the most about New York is cab drivers who honk and slow down to pull over when they see me walking alone at night, like it wasn’t my choice to walk. If there is one thing anyone can learn about the real New York from
Everyone, including native New Yorkers, looooooooove giving advice to people about living in New York. Half the time, you’ll hear the same things over and over and over again. But which of these oft-repeated pieces of advice or factoids are actually true? 1) Traffic! ONLY IN NEW YORK! AMIRITE?!? If
If you’ve ever wanted to go on a road trip but couldn’t for some reason (like don’t have a car, or your car is a piece of shit and won’t make it) you should look into Auto Driveaway. Basically what they do is take someone who needs their car transported