I've been contributing regularly here for about a year. Are you saying there was a time when it wasn't like this? Almost anything I put up - I can expect one or two vicious comments. Insults etc. Today, someone called me a troll for having written my article. Which has been read 14,000 times and he was the only reader… » 3/02/15 8:44pm Yesterday 8:44pm

The King of All BMW Owners

Let me tell you the story of the greatest BMW owner of all time, Dr. Ira Gore. He loved his black BMW so deeply that he sued its maker and won a $4 million jury award because it had $601.37 of paint repair before he bought it. He fought all the way to the US Supreme Court, cementing his claim as King of all BMW owners. » 3/02/15 1:00pm Yesterday 1:00pm

Yes, a "friend of mine" had a rental vehicle and noticed the next day that there was a chip in the windshield. Went to one of those places and got it fixed. You could see it but not as easily. When the vehicle was turned back in, it was raining and dark. » 2/23/15 5:15pm 2/23/15 5:15pm

The Lie Car Dealers Tell Every Single Day

One of the most common things you will see in automobile purchase agreements is the statement that there are "No Warranties – Express or Implied." The problem is that a seller cannot disclaim an express warranty. Every car sold today in the U.S. will come with express warranties, despite this false disclaimer. » 2/23/15 1:00pm 2/23/15 1:00pm

I am currently working on the application for a client - in an attempt to get the FAA approval to operate a drone commercially. It's a bit of work but what I find amazing is how many places advertise their willingness to shoot commercial work who do not have the FAA approval. » 2/21/15 1:53pm 2/21/15 1:53pm

I have heard that story (with different cars) where the seller told the buyer to take a flying leap. After all, the purchase agreement says that the "statements of the salesperson are not binding on the seller unless written on this document" or some such. » 2/19/15 5:32pm 2/19/15 5:32pm