The Toyota FT-86, GT-86, Scion FRS

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The Toyota FT-86, GT-86, Scion FRS – Chris Harris On Cars


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    • jeff on:
      Asian Drivers
      Asians, indians, Mexicans and Prius drivers all suck. I hate living in CA and am going move back to europe. U.S. is toast...
    • A on:
      Why?
      Rules of the road for dumbass drivers!!!!!! 1) Observe the speed limit. Yes, it is 65. Yes, thats technically called a limit, but if you consider the law of the road, you will notice that 65 in a minimum. There is no reason to go under the speed limit if traffic conditions and your vehicle will so permit. And both of these things are evident to every driver in the road. If you must go below 65 (either because you are very very very old, Asian, or in general, a total pussy) do so in the right hand lane, also known as the slow lane. You will find that this is the most appropriate location for your timid and sluggish maneuvering. Stay out of the other lanes, especially the left hand lane, also known as the fast lane. Be courteous. Most people are going to go over 65. If you find yourself going 65 in the fast lane, do one of the following: a) flip your turn signal andmove over b) speed up and then stay sped up. Don't pull that shit where you speed up for 1,000 yards and then return to your snails pace. 2) Check your rear-view mirror. Did you notice that your car comes equipped with a mirror at the top of your windshield? Did you know what thats for? Glance up at that rear view mirror every so often. You might find interesting things, like a chrome grill two feet from your bumper. If you see such a sight, see 1a) or 1b). 3) Ease off the brakes. Yes, your brakes are there to slow you down or bring your vehicle to a stop. Another way to slow down your vehicle is to ease off the gas. Doing so naturally slows your car and prevents you creating unnecessary traffic jams at what you deem to be hazardous parts of the freeway (10 degree curves, and Amber-alert signs). During traffic jams, you may notice that your car is not moving anywhere fast. This means that if you keep a moderate distance between yourself and the car ahead of you, you can use the above tip to slow your car. There is no need to zoom up to the cars back bumper and slam on the brakes, or honk at my ass when Ive left 8 feet between me and the car ahead of me. But dont be an asshole. If youre in the fast lane and you see car after car cutting ahead of you into the open space,then move the fuck up. 4) Pass with care. A) I need to get over. My turn signal is on. My move will not affect you as I am exiting the freeway anyway. So let me the fuck in. B) If you notice a car turning into your lane with ample space, do not speed up. Thats just being a dick. C) You notice the car behind you has decided to pass you probably because you did not follow rule 1), but did follow rule 2). Then, as the car passes you on the right, you decide to speed up, because you suddenly realized that you were driving like a pussy. Stop it. You are a pussy. Get out of the fast lane. Its too late for redemption. 5) Observe traffic signals. Okay, the red light, green light thing is pretty clear. Most of the time, you can just follow the cars ahead of you who understand the rule, with one cardinal exception: you are at the front of the line. If you find yourself in the pole position at a stoplight, you have only one responsibility: pay attention to the goddamn light! Jesus Christ! Is it that hard?! Do you realize that your lack of consideration and attention affects every single car behind you? Pay attention, asshole. 6) Right-turn on red. Yes, you can make a right turn on red, unless prohibited by a traffic sign. This move is not optional if there are cars behind you. Failing to advance to make a right turn on a red is like stopping at a green light. It's not a choice, they made the law for a reason. Move up, check for traffic, and make the damn turn. Also, you may notice that oncoming cars will be coming in multiple lanes. If there are no cars in the far-right lane where you will be turning, you may advance. Dont be a pussy. Go. 7) Be cautious when turning. As in, be cautious so that your trunk wont end up in your back seat. Though changing the direction of the vehicle may be disconcerting for some, the maneuver requires that your vehicle maintain some velocity. In other words, don't slow down so god damn much to make the turn. You will be okay. You will reorient yourself upon making the turn. So speed the fuck up, make your turn and get out of the fucking way! Written by JDP 2005
    • A on:
      Why?
      "Boss", Your grammar and spelling is atrocious! You are probably a bigger idiot than the people on the road! Get an education before you rant about others. You sound very ignorant.
    • A on:
      Asian Drivers
      OMG. This is so true and hilarious!! I was honestly laughing out loud. I'm a native Orange County resident and can't tell you how many times I've encountered these same inconsiderate drivers.
    • robert hopp on:
      Why?
      I have driven in all states except Alaska and California is the worst i have seen that will not move over the the right they seem to think that when they get in the express lane that they own it. Most California drivers have never seen or have never read the little white sign along the freeways the say KEEP TO THE RIGHT because very few drivers ever give up this lane no mater ho fast they are going. I have even had some of them give me the finger for passing them on the left this is how stupid they are.
    • Mike on:
      Headlights
      Devin: Re: Flash pass. California law, which is on signage along all the highways, is "Slower traffic keep right." You do need to move to the right if someone wants to pass, regardless of the current speed limit. Unfortunately, too many jerks like you are ignorant of the law.
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      Hey there, I think your blog might be having browser compatibility issues. When I look at your blog site in Firefox, it looks fine but when opening in Internet Explorer, it has some overlapping. I just wanted to give you a quick heads up! Other then that, great blog!
    • dahlia on:
      Why?
      I hate California. Today, driving 250 miles, I saw hundreds of people tailgating, weaving, texting, speeding, going unsafe speeds in the slow lane and unsafe slow speeds in all the lanes. Until our Calif Gov provides more CHP, our roads will be unsafe. And until they slap tailgaters and texters with stiff fines, our roads will continue to be chaotic and unsafe! Itcs time to slap everyone in our Calif Gov with a massive lawsuit. Money gained to go toward hiring 1000 new CHP. Though I was on the road for hours today, I only saw two CHP. I crossed about 4 county lines. It's always this way.Often, I see No CHP. It's a warzone out there. Of course, the driver are mainly to blame. For not policing themselves. But I lay the greater blame at the feet of the Gov.
    • Bob on:
      Why?
      To those who have know idea how to adhere to the ethics of the road, May you learn the hard way....tickets should help one learn. Lane one jockeys need to understand how to get out of the way. Turn signals exist for a reason. There is always someone behind you. Get off the phone, stop texting and try to enjoy the drive. If you don't. Get a job close to where you live. Or find a place to live close to where you work. Use turn signals when you leave a paralleled parking spot. Look before you merge. And don't accelerate when someone else is trying to switch lanes. Please try to be better behind the wheel. Or at the least adequate.
    • Jacob on:
      What to do when Pulled Over by a Cop
      I dont think this all details are gone work in the same way all the time, the best advice to get through this type of situation is being calm to face it.

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    I’ve driven in California since 1991. I’ve spent many trips running up and down the state as well as driving in many other states. After all of this driving, I became fed up with how bad California drivers on. I wanted to point out what they do to either help change a few drivers or at least entertain the rest of the world with Californian’s horrible driving.

    I’m located in Orange County in a couple of the richest areas. I see every type of car that is out there in this area. It’s like a car show. Going to a car show isn’t exciting anymore because you see most of the cars driving around anyway. I also work at a place where people buy all the different types of cars. We have Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Lotus, etc. So you can even see a lot of the cars in the work parking lot.

    Disclaimer: You’re on your own with these tips. They are not the official law and in no way represent what you should be doing should a cop pull you over.

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