Agree, but I'd rather push one button than tab through a range of numbers. Also, steering wheel controls mean both hands (theoretically) stay on the wheel although, the driving position of most drivers leaves a lot to be desired (my favourite is the right arm drape at about 11 o' clock on the...
When I adjust my audio volume, I rarely use the steering wheel buttons. I use the volume knob - quicker and easier to tweak the volume to where I want it. Ditto preset radio stations, navi or media options, press of a button instead of scrolling on the steering and having to have my...
18 months old - another 18 to go. I'm quite keen on it but, it is his daily driver and he is putting a lot of miles on it.
I was parked in front of his garage yesterday and as were were leaving he came out to put his car away - He was blipping the throttle (at me) and making lovely exhaust...
Thanks for your pointless observation.
I was responding to your confusing & incorrect response below - he made a statement and then asked a question (the question mark at the end of the last sentence means he is asking a question not the sentence (you for some reason answered) with the full...
Yep - I had a spell building breweries and our engineers were forever trying to use (design in) process measuring equipment that could take a reading every fraction of a second. Was expensive and unneeded - brewing is a slow process.....Technology for the sake of technology.:rolleyes:
I use it whenever I have to reverse park the SL. With the low seating position, it is very difficult to judge where the corners of car are. We've had it in one car or another since 2009 so not that new anymore.
So not hands free telephone. 😳 I'm impressed that you can dial a telephone number on a MB keypad without looking down.;) I've found the positioning of the keypad quite awkward in all the MBs I've ever owned.
No. But maybe!
From the link below....."IN Q4 2019 LENDERS WROTE OFF £1.459 BILLION (OF WHICH £459 MILLION WAS CREDIT CARD DEBT, AMOUNTING TO A DAILY WRITE-OFF OF £5.0 MILLION.)"
You sort of answered your own question. They incur debt that they cannot afford so:
1) Yes the car gets taken away or
2) They keep the car by not paying other debt or going without other stuff......etc
There are millions of people in this county with debt that they cannot afford.
For many (if not most) a car is a status symbol. It is usually the second biggest purchase people ever make (after a house) and is a usefully mobile status symbol. People get into debt, that they cannot, afford to own a nice new car.