Only downside is that you would need to play golf.
@ThePandaPool , that sounds like an upside to me!
@SideCard, then you are lost!
@ThePandaPool , if hitting stuff with sticks and drinking beer doesn’t sound fun we cannot hang out
@BigJohnson86, may I introduce you to something called hockey?
Golf. A great walk ruined..
You'd have to be shjtfaced to wear clothes that ugly and consider golf fun
Anyone in the community play disc golf?
@DrawinAblank, yeah buddy!
@twitchtvGingerpixle, I figured there had to be someone!
@DrawinAblank, The sports growing
Is American fuel economy really that bad? My 1.6 litre nissan can go for 45 to the gallon easy.
@LowGravitasWarning, a lot of us are driving trucks and suvs with 5+ liter engines
@LowGravitasWarning, most people drive 4 cylinder crossover SUVs that get about 30mpg highway now. Its uncommon for a car to have an engine smaller than 2 liters here.
@LowGravitasWarning, what country are you in if not America but also using MPH and MPG? Instead of kph and km/L.
Also a very significant portion of cars in America have 2.0 L or less engines. Just not SUVs, crossovers or pickups. Most coupes and sedans and econoboxes have 2.0 or smaller engines and have for decades.
Even those don't really get great MPG though. More focus is placed on emissions themselves than actual fuel economy. We could have much higher fuel efficient engines but instead they're designed to emit less of certain chemicals. We used to have 35, 40 and 50 mpg capable everyday vehicles but those were during our fuel crisis.
@mas2de, UK - we're just annoying and pick whichever bits of the metric system we like while we wait for the old imperial users to die.