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GO READ MY COLUMN! http://autotradr.co/Oversteer The 2018 Toyota Land Cruiser is an $85,000 Toyota SUV. That may seem crazy -- but today I'm reviewing the Toyota Land Cruiser to show you why a new Land Cruiser is so expensive, and why the 200 Series Toyota Land Cruiser is so great. LAND CRUISER OFF-ROADING VIDEO! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=478WXze2kbs FOLLOW ME! Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ddemuro Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dougdemuro Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/dougdemuro DOUGSCORE CHART: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KTArYwDWrn52fnc7B12KvjRb6nmcEaU6gXYehWfsZSo
We review a horrible first bike: the Yamaha R6. Gugh! If you get this as a first bike you are a Dumb-Dumb. Dummy, dum dum dum bro-dum. Ugh, you're the type of dumb that buys a motorcycle without a title and buys a helmet from the Dirt Mall.
IT'S A CAR YOU CAN POOP IN! It's like getting to be your own live-in nurse! It's a car with an IMAX windshield and a college radio switchboard with a big-ass wheel attached. It's so big, you have to clear it with mission control first. Hell, it's so monolithic, the scientists from 2001 are still trying to figure out what this is and why it's here. Getting it started is like getting ready to go to the moon. All these buttons and controls, and your hands go here, and you have to press this or put your hands here. It's like trying to figure out where everything goes your first time. “Am I in yet? Are – are we bangin'? Oh...OHHHH...yeah, we're bangin'.”
Food trucks are a vital part of many vibrant neighborhoods. For some entrepreneurs, they're a great first rung for entering the food industry. Laura Pekarik is one of these entrepreneurs. She sells cupcakes from a food truck in Chicago. Laura says the food truck industry "gives individuals like me an entrance into a market opportunity for the small business owner that otherwise wouldn't have been there. I was able to rent a kitchen space instead of renting a whole brick and mortar and managing a team of people. Everything kind of was under my control to kind of get my feet wet in the business." But since starting her business, the increased regulations have made it too hard for her to take her truck in to the city. Often she is not even allowed to park. When she does find parking, she can only stay 2 hours. "Every moment that we're driving around and not parked in the location with our window open meant that we couldn't sell," she says. Baltimore Pizza Truck operator Joey Vanoni tells John Stossel about his similar experiences. He is not allowed to park his truck within 300 feet of any brick and mortar restaurant that sells pizza. Joey says that means "there's almost nowhere left for me to operate." Why do politicians limit where food trucks may park? Chicago Alderman Tom Tunney says he wants to protect existing restaurants. "It is such a small margin business and it employs so many people. That's what we need to protect." John Stossel says, he's a bottlenecker. Produced by Naomi Brockwell. Edited by Joshua Swain.
We drive a food truck around a race track. The truck belongs to ONNIT. Check them out: www.onnit.com
*Correction* The Ford Modular V10 is based off the 5.4L Mod., not the 4.6 Mod.
I know the manual says 2013, but that is a replacement manual.
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