I'd give it a little bit longer than that (big items like this always breakdown just after the free warranty runs out).
He built it himself so I don't think there is a warranty.
Just on the news - looking for a guy who may be living in either his Scion or his Smart Car.
His. Smart. Car.
YOU CANNOT LIVE IN A SMART CAR!YOU CANNOT LIVE IN A TENNIS SHOE!
You know what fits in a Smart Car? My leg. One of them. One. LEG! Those things are Matchbox Toys!
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I don't think people reduced to living in their car have much choice about the model. It would take a scary amount of forethought to have considered that possibility when buying it.
"Sure, the mileage is great, but if I suddenly became homeless and had to live in it, I'm not sure it's got the leg room".
Now that's a badger in need of some mushrooms.
I lived in my car about two months three years ago. Nearly got smothered by snow one night - so much snow it blocked all air flow! This is a 2000 Chevy Lumina. As I said, I'm 6' 6". My back pain was quite active. It was not a pleasant time. My point is I've seen a Smart Car. I cannot enter a Smart Car. All I can think is if I barely survived my Chevy, a smaller person even would certainly not be able to tolerate it. Smart Cars are also not exactly sturdy. I'm not sure they could stand the stresses of being a house!
What could possibly go wrong.
And this is why @TMasters must be under constant supervision...
That's definitely not me.
I only have 1pec.
So it was @Andrew this time?
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Well, if it's not me it pretty much has to be Andrew, right?
I'm sure there's at least one other person in Australia. He used to post here.
Though that could have been Andrew in disguise.
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