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Wheels to lease is 255 w tax guy mentioned earlier.


Guess they give diff prices to diff people

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WheelsToLease have it for $229. ($239 with NAV) including taxes. DAS $650 bank fee, dmv & 1st month. 10K annual mile.
NO- I don't work for them!

its not including tax

with tax is $299

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General Discussion / Re: Auto Insurance
« on: July 10, 2012, 02:45:30 PM »
How would they know where the car is parked most of the year? Also, it's a Honda accord, how is that costing 250k?

maybe if you happened do drive into a lambo (:

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General Discussion / Re: Auto Insurance
« on: July 10, 2012, 01:29:32 PM »
If you're making a claim on a big accident I'd imagine they'd investigate before paying out and this sounds like an easy way to be disqualified.

in his case ( his wife's family does live upstate) i would think its not that simple to be disqualified, parents buy their kids cars all the time and there is no reason the parents should not be able to keep it on their own insurance

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General Discussion / Re: Auto Insurance
« on: July 10, 2012, 11:20:22 AM »
Am I the only one that thinks something like this is not worth the risk (and probably borderline insurance fraud?)

I think its whats called the grey area

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On The Road / Re: Built-In Car GPS Discussion
« on: July 10, 2012, 10:47:40 AM »
I just dont get how they expect u to txt and drive

You don't really need to txt anything, all the commands and reports you can submit are pre configured

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On The Road / Re: Built-In Car GPS Discussion
« on: July 10, 2012, 01:00:43 AM »
in theory should be better real-time traffic, as it's crowdsourced

I did not get a chance to use it in the US yet but was in israel recently and drove over 2500 km, and the traffic was extremely accurate.

i think they don't relay only on crowd-sourcing but also on local traffic sources

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That's what I pay for 6 months on my Altima :o

That's insain

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Just a note great deal- got it but insurance is much higher than my lexus i just returned.and all that i know who are trying to get the car are having difficulty getting low quotes under $200 a month in nyc

I'm having same issue with insurance quote,
which deal did you end up getting?

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Love the spelling! ;)

the guy is a macher. not a langue teacher

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What part is more convenient?
That if you're in a rush you need be be stopped to enter your destination, one letter at a time?
Not having alternate routes options like Android?
Not seeing current traffic speeds along every possible road on your route?
Not having access to Google's awesome POI system?
Not having the $2K in your pocket versus getting a car without it?

Some things I'll never understand...

sometimes you drive close distance, or you just want to see something around you, or whatever, i do agree though its not worth 2K, but in this case it seems like $10-20 a month so that's like $300 which may be worth it for some people

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I saved huge amounts of time on my recent NYC trip with Google's alternate route options.
Plus you can know before entering the car exactly how long it will take to get somewhere given current traffic conditions.

With the big 4.7" screens on recent Androids using it instead of built-in nav is a no-brainer IMHO.

Have you tried WAZE?

i know that in israel its very popular but never tried it here


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And you find that better than Android?

convenient, not better

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In an Android (or at least Nuvi) era does anyone use the built-in nav?

You are right about that however i still consider the nav added value as sometimes it is very handy and more comfortable then your phone

I have a nice tomtom GPS with traffic and everything yet i still use to find myself using the cars built in nav from time to time

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