I had something similar happen to me. I didn't secure the hitch well enough and it "jumped" off. Luckily I had a chain tied around it and wasn't going all too fast.lol... was driving behind a mazda 6 today with a trailer... suddenly it lost its trailer! luckily we weren't going "very" fast (60kmh thereabouts im guessing) and the trailer hung on by the power cable swirving. mazda 6 driver handled it pretty nice it seemed... noticed it almost instantly and started slowing down slowly and not hammering the brakes.
It's the Grand Sport that was in town, the targa top Veyron. Last year regular Veyrons were approved for sale here as well so those exist too, but it's the Grand Sport that I spotted driving near my university once and was gobsmacked.i've seen a lot more veyrons than i have seen enzo's :shock:
don't do that.Best 7 Series ever made!
Heh, at least you did the hard work for me. Mine went something like:don't do that.
7 series? sure that's not a 5
goes closer to screen, yes definately a 5!
but he knows his cars, he wouldn't make that mistake.
am i that wrong?
god damn! he's talking about the car next to it :lol:
or how to loose 5 minutes on one post
Highway will be difficult with a 125cc scooter, I reckon. My 125cc bike with about the same power barely manages 100 kph. For the second part, even the biggest "maxi scooters" aren't really powerful or fast by bike standards... for example, Honda's most powerful scooter, the Silver Wing, has 37kW. Compared to that, Honda's CBF600, which is considered to be a timid middle class bike well suited to beginners, comes with 57kW.I want to be able to drive on the highways and not get in people's way, but I also don't want to fall off at a million kph and die horribly....