Inspectors found COVID 19 virus inside cabins 17 days after the passengers had left the ship.
They can't void the warranty for small delays in oil change intervals.Yup and with our GM app we can remotely lock/unlock the car, beep the horn to find it in a parking lot, check the gas level and distance it will travel, start the car, locate the car, check the tire pressure, and get maintenance reports. It is all monitored by GM's Onstar and in addition you can push the button in an emergency situation to get help. The car is tracked and monitored 24/7. It uses Onstar software and the antennae on the roof of the vehicle.
People must be talking about older vehicles because pretty well all vehicles have similar systems today.
The manufacturers know what is going on with the vehicle, so if an owner wants to retain the warranty they best get the oil changed before it beomes part of the maintenance history of the vehicle. The point isn't if it is mechanically necessary to change the oil, but not doing so will void the warranty.
I read where a US Aircraft Carrier had sailors on board with Covid-19 even although they had been at sea for 3 weeks. There was the possibility that it came from aircraft that had landed on the ship during that period. But question I had, was - How accurate is the 14 day isolation? Is it the same for all of us?Inspectors found COVID 19 virus inside cabins 17 days after the passengers had left the ship.
Nothing to stop anyone doing their own either. So long as they keep receipts and use approved products. I do three of our cars.They can't void the warranty for small delays in oil change intervals.
No, I wouldn't go out, but if you allowed all the other younger demographic out they would build immunity by enough people catching the virus and recovering. Is this not the sad truth required to end a virus's life, other than a vaccine?LTR,
Would you go out now knowing that you will likely get infected? And being in a higher risk age group, may die?
To a point yes, it is likely the sad truth. Though with major outbreaks in certain areas containment rules will likely save lives overall.No, I wouldn't go out, but if you allowed all the other younger demographic out they would build immunity by enough people catching the virus and recovering. Is this not the sad truth required to end a virus's life, other than a vaccine?
Yes and no like_to_retire. In theory, if everyone isolates for a period of several weeks, the virus will die out as it cannot GET TO any more people for it to infect. But that is in theory. It would require pretty much 100% isolation of ALL people.To stop a virus, don't we need people to be immune, either through vaccine or by the natural method of catching the virus and recovering? If the virus then doesn't have enough people to infect, only then will it die out.
If we keep everyone cooped up, and there is no vaccine, it seems this will go one forever. What will stop it?
If they finally tell everyone to come out of isolation and start the economy again, then a single infected person can restart the cycle over again because no one is immune.
So do we wait a year in isolation until there's a vaccine? There would be no economy to restart.
The previous SARS outbreak studies showed a immune response lasting 2-3 years.