I prefer internet explorer rims.
On a completely unrelated note, my car only goes at a maximum of 5mph, anyone know why this could be?
@A pet named Steve, because it's a honda
@A pet named Steve, I have a similar thing but after awhile I lose control and crash unexpectedly
@A pet named Steve, internet explorer tires would be like the spare tires you keep in your trunk of your chrome/Firefox tires blew out
@A pet named Steve, car is probably in limp mode. It does this to protect the engine when something is wrong. If you have a check engine light on get a code scanner or go to an auto parts store and get them to scan your car for codes. Google the codes and it will give you am idea of what is wrong.
@A pet named Steve, have you tried to turn it off and on again?
Trust me i'm a mechanic
@A pet named Steve, what kind of car? As previously stated, limp mode is likely due to Throttle body or transmission issues. It's all a guess though without any proper diagnosis carried out!
@A pet named Steve, like was said by @theboatandcarman you need a diagnoses. Best bet is to take it to a local O'Reilly's and ask them to run a obd code reader on it. That's the cheap option (cause it's free), expensive option is have it hauled to a shop
@Grizzly Wintergreen, guys I'm pretty sure the joke was that it wasn't actually on a completely unrelated note lol. She's referencing the speed of internet explorer
@A pet named Steve, this is why we made Edge! Use Bing to find out more!
@theshadosnipe, sorry but your supposed to use your internet explorer tyres to go and get your chrome rims and firefox (stone) tyres fitted! Obviously.
And they are
Thise are some iconic tires.