I've seen your car. If you put the same phone mount in it, it might be worth another $10!
Okay, now that hurt. The truth hurts.
Not much market for a 16 YO Camry with 160,000 on it. It's not a chick magnet, but my baby starts every day, even in the sub-zero weather, gets me where I want to go, AC still works, and sans monthly payments for the last 6 years. I'm the drive 'em till they drop or become unreliable kind of guy.
I'm the drive 'em till they drop or become unreliable kind of guy.
Ditto that. And basic transportation, too. I bought the Odyssey with 165K miles on it and put on another 30K. Had it not suddenly needed everything at once (tranny, a motor mount, a widow motor, a drive axel, and A/C work), I'd still be driving it. My ride before that was a '93 Caravan that I bought with 235K miles for $700! The Benz was just a happy coincidence — basically traded a couple of client invoices for the title, and my luck, the guy had babied the car. Chick magnet? That would be a wasted feature in my case.
And speaking of data… a few months ago when I got my daughter an iPhone 4s, I switched to the bottom tier Mobile Share plan (300MB/mo. data) and that knocked +/- $30/m off my bill. Btwn the two of us, we barely use 100MB/mo.
But this AM when I logged onto my AT&T account to pay my bill, there was an offer for a whole new range of plans and I ended up changing to a 2GB/mo plan that knocked off another $10/mo. Gotta love that tele-competition!
It weighs just under 2 lbs and has a non-skid base (plus an optional adhesive pad), so it's pretty steady. But I assume it might slide or bounce if you take a sharp turn fast or hit a bump or break or accelerate hard, so I'm gonna put a Velcro button on the dash. That'll keep it in place and I can take it off easily for cleaning. Plus the lid has a very stiff spring, so the phone is held very securely.
And, Nana, just for you I'm installing a Viper alarm system on it — 'cause I wanna keep them bad mens away and make Darrell Issa just a skosh wealthier.
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