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(Wimp)   The future change of automobile tire design has manufacturers feeling some pressure   ( divider line
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8246 clicks; posted to Business » on 25 Dec 2012 at 9:54 AM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-12-25 12:35:46 PM  
4 votes:
The Deliverator is unimpressed.
2012-12-26 01:01:32 AM  
1 vote:
2012-12-26 12:49:57 AM  
1 vote:
2012-12-25 11:53:32 PM  
1 vote:
Make cars drive themselves first, then come out with fancy shiat that makes the ride unnoticeable to the lazy good for nothing kids of the future.
2012-12-25 04:21:17 PM  
1 vote:

Death Eats a Cracker: Oh cool! More expensive tires that will still wear out at 30,000 miles.

My Dunlops have lasted me 31K miles so far, and I haven't been easy on them. There's no cracking and the tread is still almost as thick as new.


And they're rated for my max speed of 145.
2012-12-25 12:03:33 PM  
1 vote:

I especially like how they showed the mag-lev tires going right over speed bumps without slowing down. It's like "FARK YOU SCHOOL ZONES!!! I'LL RUN OVER ALL THE PEDESTRIANS I WANT!"

Think of it, you could finally run over people, leave the scene, and honestly claim you didn't notice.
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