I actually have it, I'm on a family plan and it appears they have been paying for the basic service for years, which includes 3miles of towing. That is being upgraded during renewals in October to the 100mile option.
2. The horns are way too weak (quiet). There’s an inverse relationship: smaller the car, louder the horn needs to be.
I think I used my horn intentionally once. I think I've hit my horn by accident twice, briefly scared me both times thinking someone was honking at me.
4. Ensure your car has had the work required by the recall for oil line fittings done. You could lose an engine and/or spin in your own oil.
That already blew out just before the recall notice was received by me. Also, after the dealer destroyed my 2006 Exige (in service for 23 weeks in total, I told them what was wrong, it was 5 minutes of work, they did everything but what I told them) and had to pay me 100% of the cost + aftermarket, I decided to never let a dealer touch my car again.
My car could be on fire with me trapped inside and if the dealer was the only one that could help, cleanup/rescue crews would find a burnt corpse displaying two middle fingers.
I'm probably going to look in to doing these mods, thanks for the links!
7. Rear toe-links can loosen and break with disastrous results. You can check tq periodically, or use Nordlock washers. Best is conversion to better engineered brace, such as BOE’s for one example.
Mine got wiggly, so I got the full links from BOE (I have the only set ever produced in Moss green). I also learned how to do the stick, string, micrometer, slip plate method of alignment at home.
I have that one bookmarked, going to tackle that this weekend.
9. Visit the Uber Thread
I keep forgetting that was created, amusingly it never shows up in any of my searches.
Thanks again to anyone that provided feedback! I plopped in the ProRad from BOE, coolantHOSES, and stainless steel T-Bolts (36-39mm, be warned the tolerances on those are extremely tight and a PITA to get installed)