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Just saw this set of videos on YouTube put out by my friends at Friendly Chevrolet in Dallas, figured I would offer them up for review. This first one is on how to control your vehicle if and when you start to hydroplane.
I've been trying to save money, just like everyone else, and I dropped down from the AT&T u-verse U300 $89/month package (plus all of the extra fees it comes to over $100 per month) to the family package, which is like $55 per month plus all of the extra fees, so it's like $80 or so. We watch only just a few of these and most of what we do watch are series anyhow.
We're going to drop AT&T u-verse all together, then also drop the home phone which is $35+ fees, but it's crazy
I'll have the review for the 2011 Chevy Silverado up before you know it.
I'm driving a 2011 Chevy Traverse right now for a demo. After being in the 2011 Chevy Tahoe for my last demo, this is a dream. I turned out onto a road and expected to feel the lumbering roll from the big heavy Tahoe, but it turned more like a sports car, just amazing.
Granted, if you need to pull something like a large trailer or boat, you will probably want to go up to the Tahoe/Suburban layout, otherwise consider the Traverse for seating up to 8 in some layouts, 7 with quad seating
haha, i can blog so i will blog. Actually, this is just a test.