Are not the roads in Ireland about 4' wide? ...
Well of course. That's all you need for two donkeys to pass each other.
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We've always named our cars, this one in the pic above is Martin. We also have (see who gets this one) Sam and Rosie.
Why are all American cars "Gas" guzzlers? Yet European cars are more Petrol friendly?
For a 4WD V6 mine gets 23.9 GPM, I think that's pretty ok considering the roads I drive and the weather I have to contend with. It's a trade off my friend.
One solid Canadian winter should resolve that last question. Places are farther apart, and the trips are more often across large unpopulated spaces as opposed to short hops through highly populated areas, and less population density means more risk if you get off the road. Plus, there's a little more assumption of having the right-of-way in North American driving, which coupled with the winter weather makes many glad for the extra physical buffer zones.
Most of the Canadian road infrastructure post-dates the modern full size vehicles, unlike most European cities, so it was designed with the larger vehicles in mind as opposed to the other way around.
2004 GMC 2500 for ll those things that need to be done. Everyone should have a truck.
I knew there was a reason for liking you. You got the 6.0 L or the diesel? 6.0 here.
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