My car is from Canada, so i got used to some conversions. (The mph markings are too small for me.) When i need 55, i go 90. When i need 25, i go 40. I don't even need to look at the conversion cheat sheets taped near the speedometer as often. The speedometer itself is off a bit and seems moody, which allows for some needful guessing.

More recently, i downloaded a speedometer app for my Android, which works great outside of tunnels. As an odd side affect, i was shifting gears about every 20 kilometers on the speedometer (not the odometer!) and based on sound. With the phone covering most of the speedometer, i rely completely on sound.

Next time i'm in Windsor, it's just going to be weird.

In reply to Re^2: My preferred temperature scale is: by chacham
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