Hello from Japan,wgaustria said:2.) Japan - Is that 10-15 cycle (as described in your link) really representing japanese way of driving? I understand speed limits in Japan are low and rigorously checked, also this country is highly populated with limited room to live and drive. Does anybody have experience in japanese driving?
No, there is no relation between the test results and tax.wgaustria said:Hello Ken!
Thank you for sharing information with me. I would like to ask you something. Are the results from the 10-15 mode test in any way influencing the amount of tax you pay for a vehicle?
It's just our government is protecting the SHAKEN industry. :xHow are Prius owners dealing with this SHAKEN? It is quite a huge expense concerning nothing is actually repairered on the car?
The maintenance process for Prius is some what different from normal cars. (ie; The battery status anual check using Scan tool.)
I'm an ignorant American, but what is SHAKEN and the associated industry, that and the interaction with the age of a vehicle?