Depends on what value you place on the safety of yourself and others. Winter tires have been empirically shown to stop shorter in temperatures of +7c and colder on a dry road surface (photo taken from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation). The performance gap widens with wet and snow covered road surfaces. » 12/18/14 8:33am Yesterday 8:33am

I can speak to this from experience. In Washington State I received a ticket for "Driving to fast for conditions". When I showed up to the courthouse to contest it I was given the option to "defer" the ticket. What I was told was that I could choose to pay the ticket and if I did not receive a second moving infraction… » 12/17/14 4:49pm Wednesday 4:49pm

As a NATOR, I support this post.

EDIT: I just realized I can even give a good example of this. There was a local who has an older speed6. The engine was pretty much gone so he went through an online supplier to source a new one. He took his time putting the new engine in and everything was running well (mostly). Then… » 12/12/14 2:20pm 12/12/14 2:20pm

Limited production, so I'm not sure if that will count. However, it was one of the first highly collectible Japanese cars, it's classic styling still looks amazing today, and it was used in the James Bond film You Only Live Twice.

Every car enthusiast should know about this sleek, sexy Toyota (did I really just use… » 11/21/14 11:54am 11/21/14 11:54am

I can say from experience that cost and grooming are amazingly low, especially if you get a retired racer. They are damn near free, extremely gentle, quiet, low maintenance, and I've had relatively few health issues with mine (but that last part could just be me being lucky). They make older retired racers make… » 11/19/14 8:38pm 11/19/14 8:38pm