Great engine. IIRC, pre '07 had 2 valve. Newer have 3 valve. Yep, some are noisier. check firewall, as some have gaps that let in hot/cold air, especially while driving. Also, hitch is 5k max tow.2006 began the 362 3v engine.
Missed it by that much.
A shortcut is not a program or app and I believe that is all you can pin to Task or Start Bars. If your default browser is pinned to the Task Bar, you can pin it to your default browser, the program or app it is associated with, by dragging to task bar and choosing that option. Then it becomes available by hovering over the browser in your Task Bar.
The wife said I might be.
Yep. I understand that brother. At least its a luxury dog house.
Indeed. I would have to activate the satellite and turn on the fireplace. Since winterized, when I need to go to the bathroom, I might encounter a problem.
........snip..... Buying property which is already a part of an HOA is where the OP is.
He's bought property in a development with Restrictive Covenants. An entirely different thing from an HOA, but no less binding.
And since the Covenants were in place when he bought the property, he must abide by them. His only recourse is against the Title Company that must have failed to uncover/reveal them to him before he signed on the dotted line.
On page 1, last post, the OP states that there are covenants. I take that as CCR. What do the covenants establish? It usually states in the first 2 major para. whether there is an HOA or Condo association or other such structure. The covenants must have authority. They should define an administering body. Can a municipality establish covenants in an individual community? This probably means that whether it is called an HOA or not, it is a local community organization.
Take those docs to a lawyer and get you rights and responsibilities under the covenant.
As you can see, there are all kinds of people in the world and the HOA governing docs are there to protect against the extremes and your property values. Noone likes being told what to do with their property but if your neighbor pained their house pink and had blue tarps in the front yard, all the time, you might understand.
I have only read part of the replies here. I have been on a HOA Board and served as it's Pres. Yuo need to find the board members. They are the only ones they may enforce the CCR and other governing docs. These docs must be in compliance to your state or local municipal statutes. These change. Flag poles may now be authorized. How they are displayed may still be upto your HOA governing docs? There has to be paragraphs in the CCR, which establish the administrative board. It might be as few as 3 people.
There is good advice here and some erroneous. You will want to weed through that. Stating that the HOA CCR and governing docs do not apply to you, because you were not informed, is likely very wrong. These docs are applied to every plat in your HOA. There are likely no exceptions. Seeking your state's agency which monitors real estate sales and attachment disclosure, is probably your best bet, if you are interested in seeking recourse against the real estate agent, agency or escrow/closing agency.
I believe you did the right thing by not arguing with the lady or other neighbors. As you state, starting a war is not good. If the neighbors have declared war, an attorney is your best offense.
If there is no HOA Board, what does your CCR and state statute say about the state of the HOA. There are docs the administrative board must submit (maybe) anually. What does the state say the HOA Board must do to inform members of the HOA activities, dues, budget, bylaws, etc? Here, the CCR and Rules and Regs spell out the steps the Board takes in the event a violation of the governing docs are noted. What are they and is the board complying with them.
I bet you find better info quickly, through local authorities. Our state requires the docs, including the list of board members, with the County Clerk.
Good luck but if it turns out that this lady is on the board (and it would be sad if so and she did not ID herself) or that the board is enforcing the governing docs correctly, you may be left with a sale and possible recoupment from agencies who failed to notify you of the HOA prior to your closure.
Your problem seems deeper than the norm. I could log on, the account was inactive, so they disconnnected all service, including web account access. I called them and reactivated. Done. Could use web account through the summer. It is still available.
There are companies like Net Zero who say you are safer with your own "Hot Spot" than you are with "Free Wi-Fi".. Is this true?
Most of the Credit Card info thefts I know of they hacked the bank or a store. NOT the user... but I do have to stress these are the ones I know of, IN one case I was the "Non-Victim" (I will explain) and in the rest it's news coverage.
The one case.. They tried to charge over 500 in goods to my debit card.. Well... I keep that account kind of low on funds most of the time.
The transaction was declined due to NSF.. As I wished it to be.. I know about it because the fraud center notified me.
Yes and no. Your connection to the bank is secure. Your computer is only secure if you are using strong passwords, using unique user accounts and renaming the default admin accounts. Your firewall can also prevent intrusion by other computers.
Browsers by default are read. If cookies are enabled and used by the site, the cookies are created on your computer and contain mostly your info, like when you put something in your shopping cart, on the CW online store. It is stored on your computer. Sometimes accessing a browser may put an ad tracker, which tracks your movements to provide demographics to cookie writer. Well I am rambling. Websites do place things on your computer, but only when you access the site or an item on it. Many sites don't know your there until you request something, by clicking on an item in the browser. After it sends you something it ignores you until you come back. Like Verizon there is also a prompter that may pop up after 0-120 seconds of you being idle.
Web browsers do not maintain connection for long. Most forums consider you logged off after 15 minutes of idle and banks or secure sites even sooner.
There is no danger in not logging/closing off of non secure browsers. Always log off of banking type sites.
There are all kinds of nasty stuff, more than pics, on xxx, warez, torent sites.
As someone said above, there is little problem if you have adequate AV, malware software.
Besides the "ap" many banks also do a hand-shake with the phone/computer/tablet. If that device has never been used to access that account, the server stops the access and goes through a verify process. Which (with the way I have ours setup) means the banks calls our home phonenumber with an access code, that we then have to enter into the device.
They can also use a text to a known good cell, unique questions or email to known good email account. Known good means a verified on file number or email.
As said above, the connections, when made properly, are safe, over WiFi or cellular. Data in storage is more vulnerable than data in transit. Know where your app comes from and know what the URL is for your financial institute and you are fine.