Always love a TL;DR!
Watching this video reminds me to try my hardest to not be too biased or Stan-ish towards the Mach-E when looking at other EV's, to be supportive of EV's as a whole, and to be educated about something before I make definitive comments about it.
Yeah like @Kamuelaflyer said, just one drop of dish soap in a sprayer full of water should work perfectly. I feel super confident about applying the driver screen when we get the car back, now that I know to use less soap!
I'm with you on the matte finish. I have that on my iPad and I VASTLY...
Oh no I'm so sorry it made you hold off! I think maybe my excessive liquid use should be a cautionary tale! Yours looks absolutely amazing! Well done!
They were kind enough to send us the dash screen protector and the dot for inside the dial BUT it arrived the day after we had to drop Blucifer...
Oh nooo :( That's literally what my other car cost to buy! I hope you just got all the repairs out of the way in the beginning and there are no more ever for the rest of Marlin's long life time!
I know right?! I was surprised!
That was actually my greatest fear when we all stopped. It's why I called 911 again after about 30 mins waiting. He seemed calm, not agitated, young, and resigned but I was super on edge since fleeing the scene is so erratic! So glad it all turned out so well! Whew.
oh my gosh I cannot imagine how pissed we would be right now if he had gotten away with it. Patrick at least just wanted to make sure the license plate he saw was correct and we could see what the company was but having Collin the Hero pull him over was so perfect!
Omg, we were both wearing fitness trackers so we need to go see what that heart rate spike was like! I'm so impressed with how controlled Patrick was! Really was the best case scenario for a hit and run for sure! And the guy who helped us, Collin the Hero, was a car lover from Detroit...