Really though. I just get in and drive. I listen to the radio. No XM or Serius or w/e it is. No Bluetooth connected devices.There's nothing about it that you really like feature wise? In bed lighting, factory installed inverter/110 outlets, heated seats, door keypad, NOTHING??
2016 2.7 4x4 screw
What? Wait. You said when you’re passed by an 18 wheeler. Someone needs to fify to say when you pass an 18 wheeler.I like the tow ability of the HDPP and 8' box my truck has. It pulls my relatively light 6500# GVWR travel trailer with ease. Probably, 99.99% of the time, the truck doesn't even wiggle any when I'm passed by an 18 wheeler. I just loved the turbos when we were towing in the Rockies this past summer.
Con: The 163" wheel base. Sometimes I think I have the same turning radius as an aircraft carrier.
A few of us drive like grandpas, more so when we're hauling our RV's!What? Wait. You said when you’re passed by an 18 wheeler. Someone needs to fify to say when you pass an 18 wheeler.
For sure. I agree. I don’t have towing experience so I’m sure I wouldn’t be trying to drive as if I’m In first place. Just giving atlee a bad time.A few of us drive like grandpas, more so when we're hauling our RV's!
I'm generally in no rush and set my cruise at the speed limit and get passed by semis constantly, although I'll sometimes match their speed and slipstream. With TT in tow it's the speed limit or 65mph, whichever is less, and sometimes slower if I have lots of time or serious winds to deal with as they kill my fuel consumption. Amazing the economy difference doing 90kph instead of 100.
I stopped speeding when the cost of my license hit 4 figures over 30 years ago. If I get into the bigger city freeways I'll go with the second lane flow if I'm not towing. Toronto's 401 was fun with and without the TT behind me! At that I passed the odd vehicle with the TT in tow. Nothing that can pass for a freeway in Manitoba.I'm usually doing the speed limit regardless. I got tired of tickets at an early age.