with touch screens, they should have an option to enter a pin code to start the vehicle if someone wants to turn on that option. And a quick way before shutting off the vehicle to require pin on next start. :)
ABS isn't so much about stopping faster, it's about maintaining control and not going into a slide. Not much of an issue on dry pavement, but when you lock them up on slick surfaces you are at the mercy of many other forces such as grade, direction, surface deformities, etc.
I bought a Jeep because I've wanted one for some time and things finally came together to make it happen. No intention for any serious off roading.
Used to ride the Harley with friends on weekends, but many have sold their bikes or moved, so we don't have anyone living close to ride with...
I'd probably be interested in a JT if they had a shortbed version. My JLUS is just about right, except if I need to haul something longer, the 3rd taillight and spare get in the way of just letting it hang out the back.
I've had plenty of white vehicles and could see swirls and scratches from 10 feet away.
I think the color that has worked best for not showing imperfections, or dirt, has been the med-dark metallic greys, like Granite Crystal.
At least for me, but I'm in South Florida, sunlight shinning on...
I think the best solution would be a complete gutter cap. Do we really need a gutter, other than mounting racks?
Seems letting the water just run down would be the easiest solution, since if it is raining, your windows are closed anyway, so the run off would be no issue, but at least it...
This may be too late.
But, when I was installing some rock lights, I unplugged a connecter up under the passenger front wheel well, to make it easier to route wires.
I ended up forgetting I had unplugged it, and got the same warnings and lights you are getting. I was about to have it towed to...
They would do better to have a subscription, and then to also have a "usage".
So if you don't have the subscription, but for some reason , use the app to access your vehicle, they charge your CC per usage, maybe like $1-$2. Someone who uses it a lot would benefit from a subscription.