The Prius is set up to behave just like every other car you've ever
driven. No surprises here, no retraining. It creeps while "in gear",
and the braking system (at least on my 07) behaves astoundingly
perfectly given what's going on under the hood.
Toyota really did a masterful job making the black magic behave like
everyone expects a car to behave.
The power button actc differently when the vehicle is at reat. If the
car is stopped, pushing it once turns off the vehicle (you don't need
to hold it for three seconds). You only have to hold if for three
seconds if the car is moving.
Yes I make typos all the time. One of the computers I use won't spell check
Outlook Express posts (it could be fixed, but I keep putting off the fix).
When I have the time, I usually use a different program to check the
spelling, but I was in hurry when I wrote the referenced append. I saw the
error after the post was out of my control, but I figured 99.5% of all
humans would properly translate the typo without comment.
BTW, did you lose the shift key off your TRS80 Keyboard?
My interns are all female Swedish models and they were out getting some sun
jim bean is already jealous of my brilliant mind, great looks, and
fabulous wealth. Posting pictures of my interns might send him oer the
edge into a deep depression, so I'll spare jim and the group.
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