The sample size of total number of Tesla's is still considerably smaller then ICE vehicles.
Sounds like you're part of those hippies if you think they leave no trace.
How about reading a real report about the impact.
I think you were saying something about "Know what you're talking about before posting"
> meaning that letting people just drive off over the desert will tear up the earth (and damage the ecosystem there) and allow people to try to jump on to the road anywhere they please
As if Burning Man itself hasn't done enough of that already?
Uber doesn't bill itself as ridesharing, and Uber drivers are licensed car for hires.
> Sounds like, after doing a quick 15 minutes of research that Uber, Lyft and their kin don't really care to play by the established regulations for for-hire drivers.
Aahahahahhaha. Come to Dallas and tell me regulation has fixed any of that. Yellow Cab is the monopoly here and they're utter shit and they have the city on their payroll to keep companies like Uber out.
> In the event of a crash where there is grinding across the titanium shield, there would be a lot of sparks on the outside, but no damage to the batteries.
Thank god a Tesla could never crash into anything carrying gasoline.
Short answer? Brad Pitt
He was too busy Shilling healthcare.gov
LTO-6 Tape Drive: $2200
LTO-6 Tape: $65 x 4
> Wrong, but it does match the public misconception. It's commonly believed that he's sitting on nearly half a billion dollars, and facts to the contrary won't even slow down those who will try to collect.
So where did those coins go then if you say he doesn't have them.
A Bachelors of Arts in anything scientific generally implies that you're not going to get enough exposure to anything you'll actually be doing, much less an associates. So sure, if you want to develop a program that teaches things they could pick up for $20 out of a book and make your college thousands, then 'Associates of Applied Science' sounds perfect.
Because no brakes are better then some brakes, everybody knows that.
They're a Ruby on Rails shop, what were you expecting?