I do t even understand why anyone needs so much TP. I buy a huge thing of TP and it lasts me nearly a year. Also I do most my pooping on company time and use their TP like a normal person.
It does not take $50 to refuel a sedan. I pissed $28 for a full tank and probably get almost twice what the Tesla gets. Also it take 3 mins to fill up to full bs hours for the Tesla.
So don't daily drive a truck? My Elantra GT was $14k with only 20k miles. We've got a F-250 superduty we use as the farm truck, but no way in hell i'd ever daily drive that.$20 to fill up. Cute. Its $60 a whack every time I go with my truck. I'll be closing in on $100 if this keeps going.
Yea, we have a wagon and the truck. I drive maybe 5,000 miles a year so not enough to justify a third vehicle. If I was commuting 2h a day, yea I'd get a beater box.So don't daily drive a truck? My Elantra GT was $14k with only 20k miles. We've got a F-250 superduty we use as the farm truck, but no way in hell i'd ever daily drive that.
Not that I've seen, but, they're apparently sorry...Was it ever reported how much the ransom was and what they wanted it payed in?
Is there no limit to how much you can pump over there? Here in Europe (at least most of it) you can only fill 2x 10l jerry cans on top of what fits in your vehicle...
If they can hack the fuel pipelines, one would think they'd be able to hack the power grid too, no electricity to power the electric cars, pump gas or water.
It is usually a dollar figure cutoff. If I pulled my boat to a station I would hit the cutoff before filling it's tank and it only holds 80 gallons of fuel.
It could be but people were filling up closets with toilet paper while most people won't do anything more than top off.it's true, toilet paper all over again. i'm in VA and it was reported that only 7% of gas stations are without gas....but you wouldn't think that from the lines and panic buying everywhere. idiots.
It was their office/admin bullshit network. The issue is that they likely, like most companies, didn't have a good coop plan in place or a good idea of how their SCADA network was setup, so they just 'cut the hardline' while waiting for cyber security folks to completely scope out the network.Why were they connected to the internet anyway? Probably to allow workers to do social media.
The only people this happened to were the ones who were on a plan that bought electricity on the spot market. Most of the time that's cheaper than a traditional plan. When there's a shortage, prices go up.and those that didn't were subject to insane energy bills in the thousands of dollars for a week of freezing weather because the cost of electricity soared to the cap of $9000 MW/h and stayed there for days as power plants were falling offline.
In the US, most gas stations have a limit of around $150 per debit/credit transaction, but in theory there's nothing to stop you from just hanging up the pump and doing another transaction.Actually idk if there a limit in the states. Nothing stopping him going to different pumps tho.
Yeah, my eco shitbox is only like mid-$20 to refill, and driving on a 1000 mile drive across the country I have to stop 3 times.
One of my stops is right across from a Tesla Supercharger station, and it's hilarious seeing the line there. No way in hell i'd want to go electric given that I have to drive long distances on the regular. My 15 hour drive would turn into a 24hour+ drive. If I lived in a city, and only did city driving? Sure. However, i'd still need another vehicle for the longer drives, so it still wouldn't make sense for me.
Finally, grid prices are going to skyrocket as more and more people go electric. The energy burden is just being pushed off of one thing and onto another. It might only cost $15 to recharge today, but i'd bet double that in less than ten years.
Well, that's the drawback of a vehicle with a huge gas tank and crap fuel economy. I use 5-10 gallons a week in my subcompact; I don't need to drive a lot and I get 20+ MPG in the city.$20 to fill up. Cute. Its $60 a whack every time I go with my truck. I'll be closing in on $100 if this keeps going.
Yea, but sort of like the point you made above. The cost of getting a third vehicle, outweighs the amount of driving I do in the truck. I have motorcycles that I ride whenever I can, though.Well, that's the drawback of a vehicle with a huge gas tank and crap fuel economy. I use 5-10 gallons a week in my subcompact; I don't need to drive a lot and I get 20+ MPG in the city.