I have no idea. Nissan/Infiniti has a similar TechInfo site where you can view PDF service manuals for the entire line of cars for most recent model years. The rates are almost identical, in fact. So most people subscribe for one day, get the PDFs they need, and save a bundle on hardcopy service manuals.huggy bear said:BTW what is this site?
Subaru has the same, you can sign up for 3 days, and download all the manuals. It's an excellent way of obtaining a perfectly legal copy of the complete shop manuals. It would be great if Lotus had something similar. Paper copies of the shop manuals are typically very expensive, I hope they will make electronic documents available for a fair price. Otherwise the option of buying a CD with a "backup copy" on e-bay might get tempting.Ground Loop said:Nissan/Infiniti has a similar TechInfo site where you can view PDF service manuals for the entire line of cars for most recent model years.
Lotus Admin (Donovan Lara). He was the admin of the now defunct official lotus forum. He gained a reputation for being rather curt and harsh to forum members whether justified or not can be debated.Later Apex said:For those of us who don't know, who is this person you are talking about?