Back around to curbside. The louvered windows all work, and the storage cabinet holds the vintage leveling jacks that came with her. A few days ago I left two bags of dog food in the trunk. When I went to retrieve the food I found shavings and crumbs leading away from the bag with a mouse size hole in the bag. I then knew I had a very bad problem. I found the nest last night in the glovebox. There was a bucket full of food not only dog food, but gold fish crackers and various other snack food as I have children who regularly eat in my car. Along with the food there was car insulation, and other things to make a happy home.
We had the same problem in our VW TDI for years. Every time we would look under the hood, there was a nest built from the underhood insulation. We live in a rural area and do not have a garage so we have to park outside and without fail we would find a nest in the engine bay. Last spring we bought and installed a mouseblocker and so far we have not seen any mice or nests. I installed the mouse blocker under the hood and ran it off the cars battery to ward off mice. Been working well for us. Good luck, this appears to be a major problem for people.
Reserve capacity rating (RC) refers to the battery’s ‘standing power’. This is the amount of minutes the battery can continuously supply minimum voltage needed to run a car should the car’s alternator or fan belt fail. With an excellent reserve capacity rating, your car can run on the battery alone when the alternator stops working.
Strong customer demand and governmental push for higher mileage, greener vehicles means that car and truck makers have to develop and deploy hybrid and electric powertrains for more and more vehicle platforms. The race for electrification is on and companies that bring viable hybrid and electric powertrains to market first will dominate the future automotive market.
Thank you Alex, I know one thing for sure. Enthusiasm and drive count for a lot of business success too. I had my first business success at 23. It was amazing! My world changed completely within months. A lot of the learning that followed helped long term but I had so much momentum up that problems solved themselves or were simply left behind in the first year.
Thanks for such a detailed look at early computer education. I would add that children should learn about a digital footprint and how they don’t need to just be wary of strangers but also of how they can damage their own reputations by sharing things that they may not be able to erase.