At least in my area, builders are putting 20-22' deep garages even in the McMansions. Most people use them as mancaves or storage rooms and park in their driveways or on the street.
That Hemi sounds so much better than the EcoBoost, though...Did you get the split tailgate so you can have the dual action too?
In my mind anyway, I feel RAM with the Ram Boxes and the Split tailgate gives you pretty much the same functionality of the Ridgeline. They also have those storage compartments in the floor, and the available 12 inch screen you can split. All very cool and tempting stuff, I just wish they had an ecoboost like Ford
That's because your weather is relatively nice. When it is below zero, both you and your truck will thank you for keeping it in a garage!At least in my area, builders are putting 20-22' deep garages even in the McMansions. Most people use them as mancaves or storage rooms and park in their driveways or on the street.
Indeed! No 3, 4, 5, or 6 will ever sound as pleasing as a V8...because physics - I don't care how much artificial sound they use.That Hemi sounds so much better than the EcoBoost, though...
FCA/RAM is supposed to be working on a high-performance Straight Six.... we'll see what happens there...
Straight Six ALWAYS beats V6, except in packaging....
I only own a home for the garage. I cannot wait to get out of here and buy 20-50 acres and build a bardominium. 4000 sq ft garage with 1400 sq ft living. Rain catchments, solar panels, windmill, well water, berm for shooting, my own MX track! Hopefully with river access.You can never have too much garage space. It amazes me that builders often cut corners when it comes to garage space... maybe because most first-time buyers pay little attention to that aspect.
Either the cities in East Texas haven't adopted that code or our inspectors don't enforce it.In 2005 the revised American Plywood Association wall bracing standards were adopted in the Residential Building Code and garages had to expand to 24' wide to meet the code with two 9' doors.
They've adopted it, as have pretty much every state since it became the de-facto standard in the late '90s - early '00s. From 'way back in 2001: Texas State Law Library to the current 2015 version: Upcodes.comEither the cities in East Texas haven't adopted that code or our inspectors don't enforce it.