And what would that help with? It's a nation full of stupid and license ain't gonna fix that. Long ago, I once rode on a bus in Yalta and the driver apparently thought it was some kind of a rally. It was all fun and games (terror really, not like the idiot knew how to drive) until we hit a pedestrian and smashed into a light pole. The bus driver then proceeded to kick the living crap out of the poor guy he hit.Withdraw ALL the licenses!
LOL, Thats a PI Head on top and a NPI Head on the bottom.Someone on CrownVic.net bought a 5.4 from a junkyard, got it home, took the intake off, and found this...
Yes, those are TWO different cylinder head types on the SAME ENGINE.
I think it's just the number of Ladas, they are cheap and easy to get. Not to mention that they have 0 driver aids and horrible driving dynamics so in some cases where a newer/better car would have a close call they crash. Also I think the "Camry effect" is at work here, people who buy those cars don't care much for driving and just want to get places w/o being on mass transit.What I want to know is why are so many Lada drivers so bad? is it just because there are so many Ladas or are they generally all of the western bad drivers' cars rolled in to one?
If you buy a rubbish car, what you are saying is: ?I have no interest in cars.? If you have no interest in cars, you have no interest in driving. And if you have no interest in something, it means you are no good at it, which means you must have your driver?s license taken away.What I want to know is why are so many Lada drivers so bad? is it just because there are so many Ladas or are they generally all of the western bad drivers' cars rolled in to one?
The parent Fiat 124 had discs all around. The Lada has front discs and rear drums; in fact it is notable for being one of the few cars in the world built by people stupid enough to use aluminum for the rear drums (IIRC, without a steel liner). The first ones were not self adjusting, but later models were.Some of those look like they could be something like one tire locking up before others under braking... Do Ladas have drum brakes (I'd expect so, but...)? Not-well-adjusted drum brakes can cause a car to snap one direction or another under braking, and I'm betting those aren't well-adjusted drum brakes.