How do you ride?

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Kassokilleri2ff, May 20, 2007.

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A/C on or off?

  1. I always drive with my a/c on in hot weather

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    28.6%
  2. I always drive with my windows down in hot weather

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  3. If its realy hot i use a/c otherwise i roll down the windows

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  4. I roll down the windows untill the a/c gets cold and roll em back up

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  5. my car does not have a/c, but if i did i would always use it

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  6. my car does not have a/c but it doesent matter id never use it anyways.

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    7.1%
  1. Kassokilleri2ff

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    When you drive your car in hot weather, do you drive with the a/c on or with your windows down? Personally i drive with my windows down, i like to feel the wind and blast my music so people have to hear it ahahah.

    How about you?
     
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    When the weather's mild, I often put the windows up and A/C on because of people doing that.
     
  3. Blocko

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    Well, it depends how humid it is... if it's very sticky, then I need the A/C...

    I must admit, my car has all that climate control jazz and is very well insulated... after the initial cool down, the A/C is rarely actually running. I keep it at 22C. Any colder is too cold.
     
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    Windows down. I prefer the fresh air.

    I will use the A/C to cool the car down when I first get in if it's really stifling, though.
     
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    Not enough options, what about convertibles?
    I take the roof off mine.
     
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    I love driving during summer when its warm out and and I can feel like I'm not enclosed in a box. I only use the A/C when it's really hot out or I'm driving down the interstate.
     
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    I heard you get better gas mileage with windows up/ac on, so that is usually what I do. Sometimes I leave windows down for the breeze, but when someone mailed me an unemployment check that had blown out my car window, I became more careful.
     
  8. burns1de

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    I don't ride, I roll.

    In da 'hood.
     
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    The poll needs an option for those of us who have a removeable roof...because unless it's raining or below 60F, that's how I roll.
     
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    Windows down and sometimes top down. I love to drive on the freeway and feel the air blast me. If it's over 85, then it's A/C time.
     
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