on travel technology …and everything else
When I took delivery of our SUV a few months ago, the chap at the showroom gave me such a thorough explanation of the car features that I didn’t bother reading the manual. He handed me the key-less keys and I just drove off. Recently, I decided to glance quickly through the manual and to [...]
This is a wild idea!!! Haven’t seen any cars in Kuwait with these fancy doors! Have u?
This is a real cool way to move around. Though maybe not in Kuwait!!! The PUMA (Personal Urban Mobility & Accessibility) is designed for short trips beyond “walking distance”. That walking distance varies from person to person. Mine would be any place I can reach in 1 min or so, like from my flat to the [...]
Well, actually you can control it from anywhere over the Internet. This is just great! This would be great in Kuwait cause we could start the car and switch on the air conditioning 5 mins before leaving the desk. Should be fun to randomly honk or turn up the music too!
Dude held onto a Lamborghini for 6 seconds. Damn, that guy is strong!!!
Love these old models. Some idiot parked his 2008 model Altima in the same lot. Ruined a perfect shot of the cars.
Guess this guy assumed he was in “neutral” instead of “park”. It happened a few times to me too. But no accidents luckily.
More and more people seem to like this raw non-glossy paint job. I like it too. Looks great in black or charcoal. A real attention grabber. Caught this one near my office.
This email came by as a forward… “Yesterday i went shopping in fahaheel with my wife. Unimaginable things happened there in fahaheel parking. So i thought i can share this to every expatriates in kuwait to alert while going out. Actually we were in our car in centrepoint parking (behind centrepoint – near mosque) where [...]
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