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Me Vs. E Light....80 To 2 Score

June 23, 2007 about Honda Accord

I am always pushing it when it comes to the darn E light on my gas gauge. I am very stubborn. I know that I have atleast 40 miles left once that light goes on. I have been wrong only 2x. I first learned of how far I could go with the light on when I was driving back from my girlfriends house. I left her house late at night and the light turned on. I had no more money. And at that time no credit cards. Everybody was asleep at my girlfriend's house so I didn't want to go back there. I decided to press my luck and try to drive the 54 miles home. I drove home on the freeway averaging 90 miles an hour and made it all the way home without the car dying. I got some money from my mom the next morning, but first had to go to school. After class I finally got around to getting some good. 60 miles on empty!!! I have never been able to replicate these results. It was just my lucky day. Now I play it safe and know that I only have 40 miles left when that light turns on. Honda Accords are the shit!

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June 29, 2008 by Who cares

They sure are!

April 9, 2011 by Tish

Ly17J6 HHIS I should have thought of that!

April 9, 2011 by Tish

Ly17J6 HHIS I should have thought of that!

April 9, 2011 by Tish

Ly17J6 HHIS I should have thought of that!

October 7, 2012 by Justis

Going to put this atircle to good use now.

September 27, 2015 by Iker

It just breaks my heart to read this!!! You poor thing.If I can retuscefplly give my two cents. I quit work when my son was small. I thought we would have to live on food stamps, however I was surprised at how much we saved by me being home. We ate out less, no day care expenses, and the taxes were definitely less. We did make sacrifices. One car for a long time, an apartment for 4 years, and we didn't have as many "things", but I have never regretted it for a second. I even started homeschooling my kids 4 years ago, so they are with me 24/7, and I am loving it. I think this is a very personal decision and should not be seen as the answer for everyone, but should you choose to stay home, I think you will find it very rewarding.Have a better day.

December 24, 2015 by Ahmet

Oh Dianne, it's ok. Kids are resilient and he'll get used to the roiutne soon. Just as a sidenote, I was the kid of two hard-working parents who did the two-school thing. I got into my groove, made new friends and made sure to have plenty to keep me busy. As a grown-up, I can appreciate how hard they worked to provide for me. I know it's tough though because he's just a little kid but it'll be ok.

December 22, 2016 by Agatha

I don’t know if I would go that far El bo. I have a feeling that’s not even him, it would be too stupid of a thing to do to go and post tons of pictures of yourself on some “hate fo2#r&u82m1;. Plus that guy looks super happy and would have no business spending his time here posting pics of himself all over the net for no reason

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