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Email Please have the seller contact me about this vehicle. Re: Best use of Alaska Air miles Aug 07, 2010, 12:55 PM I too am trying to figure out how to best use my miles.....even though our dates are flexible, I I would much rather commute on the train and relax then stress out on the freeway. That's EVERY ten years.

Tom says: December 3, 2015 at 4:19 pm Netflix needs to do this ASAP too. These parks generally receive the highest level of protection, meaning, for instance, that it's nearly impossible to mine or graze livestock in National Parks. Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size. [NPS] Ridge upon ridge of forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Thanks to frugal living in a small condominium in a cheap city, I was able to work part-time for 5 years.

http://www.filefactory.com/file/xlpjxn0ogg1/n/LEAFrangeChartVersion7G75_pdf Use this 75% chart for a battery that has 10 of 12 capacity bar segments. If I understand things correctly, the intra-state flights decrease in cost when the PFD $ is available around October. Re: Best use of Alaska Air miles Aug 07, 2010, 2:45 PM I use AK Air miles all the time in a variety of ways.

So I see the handwriting on the wall and I am not going to count on what they promise. It's really nice to have good quality video when flying. Natural gas makes things nicer, but I'll take gas over coal any day. · KellyOlsen (not verified) · 4 years ago Mr. Wildflower Wow, pretty amazing.

I'm  not suggesting I've become a great photographer,  although I've improved techniques through many excellent free lessons found on the internet……creativity?     We'll see. They do, however, drive on 100% domestic energy. My work place doesn't have a locker or shower room so I would have to get ready at a nearby gym. I think it's the rarity value: anything unusual captures people's attention.

My wife didn't believe we could get the 3 baby car seats in, but they fit perfectly. Not sure where the future will take me. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge 872 Reviews Read reviews Trapper Creek, AK Top of the World Hotel 171 Reviews Read reviews Barrow, AK Less All hotels in Alaska (271) Top questions about Nice job, though.

I call it the "prove Nissan right, no matter what the facts are" policy. Loading... Thanks to an excellent severance package, I have spent that time reading, resting and looking for a job in this area. So, you use lowest data that Nissan posts in a 10% "tolerance" range between 76 and 84 miles.

I just did part of this route a few weeks ago, hitting 5 of the 59, and the path I chose was not far off from what you plotted, but sadly, Let's face it, we all have our own preconceptions and observations about the world that fit what we want to see - not what is actually there. The Leaf was never meant to be a car for everyone. The Mister already has a job close to home.

I love that you made this. You should be able to handle that 37 miles between charging beyond the minimum 8 year warranty, per my calculations. Please let me know. While you're there, go ahead and visit the Smithsonian museums - also free.

I like that but what really makes me the happiest is knocking around my shop, my yard or my house. Lets switch Coasts. But the real deal breaker for us was education.

Just because most people drive inefficiently, doesn't mean it's a good thing to do.

We tried to buy a house in that neighborhood. Conveniently, for me, my daily drive between charging opportunities is 37 miles :-) The question people really want to know, however, is what normal people will get. Are you sure you are so right? · George B (not verified) · 4 years ago Yanquetino, thank you. But despite the availability of both of these options, the idea of living close to work still seems to be completely alien to most people I've met.

First, how the range issue is addressed to the public is going to central to EV adoption. Motorcycle Philosophy Close preview Loading... Randy Olson Happy to hear that you like the trip! Olson!

Would you share? Click here for an interactive version Here's the Google Maps for the full trip: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] Here's the full list of national parks in order: Grand Canyon National In 11 months i will trade in my leaf and get another one. Fortunately I have that flexibility.

The address on the pin is for the main visitor center which has a great interp center and is at the base of the road to hurricane ridge, which is a I don't own a car and probably never will, unless I moved out to the boonies (very unlikely). Add up the time spent in your car and time spent working to pay for automotive expenses. Probably talking 7 miles per gallon.

I had some debates with Darell Dickey a while back on how a too optimistic evaluation, particularly of the savings, of EVs is off-putting; the Leaf 100-mile range is an example This costs me less than 2 cents per mile. For instance, National Rivers do not require an Act of Congress to be created, but can be designated by the Interior Department under the The National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act I don't hate the Leaf but I do tend to lean that direction toward those drivers and hypermiling zealots who give it a bad rap that I (and a few others

You're doing this to get a $10k increase in your paycheck, which is perhaps $8000 at your marginal tax rate. I base that based on experiences with laptops, cellphones, and reading general test data on various Li-Ion cells. Therefore, 4 miles per kWh equals 84 miles of range. For what it’s worth, I’m halfway through the first season and think the show is OK so far.

Hopefully that works for you.