I drove my '18 Cayman GTS to work every day this week....A first!
Small pandemic silver lining.
Small pandemic silver lining.
That's not cool to target you! I worry about the same thing commuting back and forth to work every day in my Cayman.Since my commute now involves a 10 second walk from one part of the house to the other, and we are being strongly discouraged from driving except for necessities like food and medicine, all I can do is stare longingly into the headlights of my '17 S and dream of the days when all this mess is finally over. (Today is day 43 since one of my co-workers tested positive for COVID-19 and I have been practising social distancing.) About a week and half ago I was taking groceries to my elderly mother's house, and took some more interesting back roads and I got pulled over even though I was at the speed limit. Why? Because, according to Ottawa's not-so-finest, if I was out doing necessary stuff, I wouldn't be driving a Porsche. I had to prove to her by showing her the boxes and bags of groceries in the trunk and frunk.
No pics?I'm so tired of this mess that I got into the frunk, pulled all of the accessories out to remember where they were, examined them to make sure they were secure, got the rare pleasure of actually checking a fluid level visually and dusted off all of the bits and pieces. Stared at it for a while, reassembled and locked it up. A productive hour of my day...
Interesting. I have never heard of this UV tracer before. Sounds like a great way to ensure complete coverage.Did a full detail, 3-stage paint correction and applied Adams ceramic coating with UV tracer technology to my 2017 CS this past week. The formula allows you to see where you’ve applied the coating under a UV light which helps ensure complete and even coverage. It’s a 5 year coating, so we’ll see how it holds up.
Yeah, Adams released it last fall and I saw a YouTube review on it on Apex Detail Adam's UV Tracer Ceramic Paint Coating. Picked it up and tried it on our Q5, which was my first time applying a ceramic coat, so the feature quickly made itself useful. While it certainly helped with coverage, I learned that catching high spots is much easier with some natural light than even really bright shop lights. Needless to say, the process went much smoother this second time around on the CS.Interesting. I have never heard of this UV tracer before. Sounds like a great way to ensure complete coverage.
As an essential worker I take my Boxster every day to work. If there is any bright spot in this it is the ability to exercise my baby at the beginning and end of every day and get some of my frustrations out on a road with 50% less traffic than normal. I would like to meet the man (or woman) in blue who dares to suggest to me that my presence in a Porsche implies that I am not a front-line worker !!!!That's not cool to target you! I worry about the same thing commuting back and forth to work every day in my Cayman.