.........so I am still very alert, well read, quite tech savvy and even purchased my first ever 'smart mobile phone in order to use the WAZE app for SatNavMackemsteve said:The "risk aversion" gave it away. But you've got this far parking for yourself, so...
Ianh said:But then us "older" drivers have other problems... where you post a comment and 2 minutes later forget.. and post it again... getting old is great..
I like :lol: :lol:
mvk said:Was park assist developed for those who have not had the experience of trying to do it by themselves?
I don't think I have ever needed it in my life so far. If I start needing it, then it's time to give up driving altogether.
Glad I'm not the only 'oldy' with a T-Roc
73 years old last Tuesday 30th October , D.o.B. on my 'profile' page.......wasn't I suppose to get a forum greeting per the administration's members info?. Didn't spot oneJAMCT said:Thanks for that, will give it a try. Yes, I'm a 'young at heart' 73, old habits die hard :mrgreen:
My passion is previewing CONCEPT CARS so tech-wise I am already thinking ahead a couple of years and I am very impressed with VW's range of electric concepts recently shown at recent motor shows such as the VW I.D. Crozz SUV.Mackemsteve said:I'm in IT and have a passion for gadgets. The thing that drives me most towards a car (and to changing my car) is new gadgets. The T-Roc has so much on it that hopefully I won't need to change for a few years! It's hard to imagine what new and exciting gadgetry might come along in the next few years!