[PLUG-TALK] Satellite Radio for Use in Two Vehiclesn
rshepard at appl-ecosys.com
Wed Jul 20 13:22:23 PDT 2011
On Wed, 20 Jul 2011, Keith Lofstrom wrote:
> Second on the "install a new (or used) aftermarket noisybox in your
> vehicle". Though you may lack the skills to do the wiring, your skills
> and time might be swappable with mine or Aaron's.
I can see the value of buying one with Sirius support for one vehicle, and
using the existing unit in another. That assumes, of course, that I can use
either with the same account.
> The main reason for a built-in is to keep the front seat clear and your
> attention on at least the dash if not the road. Fiddling with something
> on the seat is dangerous; airborne electronics in an accident is far more
> dangerous. I like what is going through your head right now. I doubt a
> pound of electronics going through your head (when you get T-boned by a
> drunk rancher) would improve it.
Nothing on the seat. The radio will be attached to the dashboard and share
my attention with the GPS navigator, the speedometer, and the road.
> A relative recently hit a deer while fiddling with knobs, driving his
> truck through rural Colorado. He didn't get hurt badly, but the truck
> (and the venison) is a mess. I'm buying him a "deerstalker" (sherlock
> holmes) hat. Don't force me to buy one for you, homes!
A client of mine hit a deer on his way to the mine. He wasn't hurt, but
his vehicle and the animal were. Rather than a deerstalker hat, why not buy
me a bull bar for the front?
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