it's just under 1% here thanks to the tourist tax. The appraised value is almost always a decent chunk under market value (I want to say last year the house was realistically 300k and they had a value of 230). With the homestead exemption there is a cap on the amount your property tax can go up...
once in Yellowstone I like having something that sits up a little more for animal spotting. There's probably plenty of fun roads out there but in the parks speed limits are pretty low for the most part
even when they wire tuck and get rid of all the extra crap this is still true, I think it's partly because of all the plastic crap. Ditch the engine cover, billet valve covers etc... and I think it would help with that.
I'll never forget walking out of the dentist's office and as I rounded the corner saw a blue flame go about 5 feet in the air as two chicks hooked the cables up backwards. At least they immediately realized what they did and by some miracle both vehicles still ended up starting.
"it's like they're trying to increase gas prices" no shit Sherlock.
Although it does beg the question - are those stations out because of delivery driver issues or supply at the rack? On the east coast my suppliers are saying things have settled for the moment and don't have immediate...
and a shop doing it would have been even worse because they'd probably have two guys on it a lot of times. Just like the electrician we use at work said - having 2 guys rarely make it go twice as fast, realistically more like 1.5.