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It was bound to happen. After , kms and almost 14 years driving the roads and highways of beautiful British Columbia my beloved piece of shit car has finally kicked the bucket. Well, it was not a sudden death, in fact I was able to drive it to Schnitzer Steel where it will be shredded into smithereens later tonight. They will empty the gas tank and remove the battery but basically the entire car, including the engine, spare tire, and 13 years worth of memories will be devoured by an unforgiving car chewing monster. This is what will happen to it:. All thanks to BC Scrap-it , a voluntary early retirement vehicle program that provides incentives to help British Columbians replace higher polluting vehicles with cleaner forms of transportation. The green piece of shit car was born somewhere at a GM factory back in but our paths crossed for the first time near the end of the year
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Q: I drive a year-old Geo Metro with , miles that gets 40 miles per gallon. I am considering purchasing a new Chevy Bolt. We have photovoltaic panels on our roof and would add to our array to charge a car. Is it greener to go all-electric or stay with the Metro till death do us part? Your Geo Metro, despite its laudable efficiency, still emits around 2, pounds of carbon dioxide for every 5, miles it travels. With solar power, your car emissions will drop to near zero. OK, that sounds virtuous, but what about the emissions caused simply by manufacturing a new car and its batteries? Manufacturing an EV with a shorter range of around 85 to 90 miles generates less CO 2 and costs less, so if most of your trips are short, it might be better to buy an EV with a shorter range. Whatever your choice, you will ultimately spare the air tens of thousands of pounds of emissions.
Ever run down the soda fountain as a kid, adding a splash of everything to your cup? I grew up knowing the concoction as a suicide , though it goes by other names depending on where you live. Now that I'm concerned about my waistline, it's probably been a decade since I tasted one, but some people never lose their taste for the stuff. If anything, some people seem to like the drink so much that they apply the little-bit-of-everything philosophy to other areas of their life, such as transportation—it's the only explanation I can find for why someone turned a Geo Metro into a rice-tastic dually pickup truck. This rebadged Suzuki Swift's powertrain consists of just a 1. It should come as no surprise that this engine—low-tech even by '90s standards—produced fewer than 60 horsepower and pound-feet of torque, and that was at the crank, brand-new, at sea level.