Spring Sign and Drive. Every 2014 must go

Biggest Clearance To Date <Payton@harperautocloseout.com> Wed, 01 April 2015 14:52 UTC

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U.S. - April 1st 2015

Dealerships are putting clearance-prices on new and used vehicles after sales decline.

If you think a new 2014/2015 is out of your budget then you are wrong. You can get into a one for HALF of what you expect to dish out.

(click the button before best are gone) 

-Participating Brands: Ford -- Chevy -- BMW -- Jeep -- And More-

We have less and less to chose from each day that goes by.
Please see what is left now: http://www.harperautocloseout.com/trapezium-maidish_08289_weatherstrips.php


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Regarding: Hi, my 2001 Nissan serena, automatic transmition is giving me a hard time. 
It changes gears nicely some times, then it delay or doesnt other times 
i have serviced the car recently but it still trouble me. 
Its an 8 seater, 2001 model, 1,9 engine size. 

hello guys this is a 2005 dodge grand caravan 3.4 engine, there is a code p0700 transmission control request, what exactly is this mean does the control mechanism need replacement what are the options I have for this. 

thank you like always 

hen fully phased in, ORVR controls will reduce volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and
toxics in the air by approximately 300,000 to 400,000 tons per year nationwide.  VOCs are a
major cause of urban ozone, or smog.  EPA also estimates an average of 78 million gallons of
gasoline per year will be saved between 1998 and 2020.

What if I have trouble refueling my car?
As the 1998 model year cars that have ORVR enter the marketplace, there is a slight possibility
that some car owners may experience difficulty refueling their vehicles.  Some 1998 ORVR
vehicles (not all ORVR vehicles) may experience premature shut off problems at a very small
percentage of gas stations (1-2 percent of stations across the country).  These nozzles at those
stations are being fixed or replaced by the nozzle manufacturers and service stations.  New
vehicle owners who experience a problem should review and follow fueling instructions posted
near the dispenser.  If the fueling problem continues, the customer should tell the service station
attendant about the problem. If the problem occurs at several stations (with different types of
nozzles), EPA recommends contacting your automobile service department.

Are they safe?
Yes.  Automobile manufacturers have designed their ORVR vehicles to be safe.  EPA and the
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) review each vehicle manufacturer's
ORVR system design plans, prior to vehicle production, to assure compliance with Clean Air Act
requirements that vehicles do not "cause or contribute to an unreasonable risk to public health,
welfare or safety in its operation or function."  NHTSA requires manufacturers to perform a
series of crash tests on all vehicles, including those equipped with ORVR systems, to
demonstrate crash worthiness safety.  In addition, manufacturers indicate that they have
performed extensive testing on ORVR anti-pollution systems to assure that vehicles will be safe.

When is ORVR required on cars and trucks?
ORVR is required on 40% of 1998 model year cars, 80% of 1999 model year cars, and 100% of
2000 model year and later cars.  Light-duty trucks have a six-year phase-in period, starting in
model year 2001.

Can I have it taken off?
No.  Removal of emission controls would render that vehicle unable to meet EPA standards and
would be regarded as tampering, which is a federal, and, in many cases, a state offense.

Are any changes from my normal driving routine necessary?
ORVR systems are designed to be transparent to the customer and require no special refueling or
operating instructions.  New vehicle owners should not notice any difference in the vehicle,
except that they won't breathe or smell harmful gasoline vapors during refueling.

Why do I need ORVR in my city or state if we already have Stage II vapor recovery
controls in place at the service stations?
ORVR is a nationwide program for capturing refueling emissions.  ORVR systems on vehicles
are more cost-effective than converting all service stations, nationwide, to Stage II facilities. 
Also, some small volume stations are not required to have Stage II vapor recovery units.  After
ORVR vehicles are in widespread use (probably sometime after 2010) EPA intends to revise the
requirements so that Stage II vapor recovery controls would no longer be required at service
stations in most areas of the country, at a considerable cost savings to service station owners.

The actual speed difference is closer to 70% (or more) once a lot of the overhead is removed, for Python 2.

Object creation is not at fault. Neither method creates a new object, as one-character strings are cached.

The difference is unobvious, but is likely created from a greater number of checks on string indexing, with regards to the type and well-formedness. It is also quite likely thanks to the need to check what to return.

List indexing is remarkably fast.

>>> python3 -m timeit '[x for x in "abc"]'
1000000 loops, best of 3: 0.388 usec per loop

>>> python3 -m timeit '[x for x in ["a", "b", "c"]]'
1000000 loops, best of 3: 0.436 usec per loop
This disagrees with what you've found...

You must be using Python 2, then.

>>> python2 -m timeit '[x for x in "abc"]'
1000000 loops, best of 3: 0.309 usec per loop

>>> python2 -m timeit '[x for x in ["a", "b", "c"]]'
1000000 loops, best of 3: 0.212 usec per loop