As soon as I read the word ‘hack’ used in this kind of context, I switch off. Most of the time, including this time, its not a ‘hack’ even in the yuppie-speak sense, its a ‘feature’ that has been around for years that people are simply ignorant of, and in the case of the oven, not cheap to run from what I read.
An Aussie mum has raved about a signalling function on her SUV that has stopped fellow driving aficionados in their tracks.
Victorian mum, Janice Legend posted to Facebook driving forum, Mums Who Drive about her SUV and its little-known function for signalling lane changes and turns at intersections.
Janice tells 9Honey Cars that the signalling function has been a godsend, and she hasn’t looked back after purchasing the SUV.
“You drive down the street as you’ve always done, then you decide to change to another lane or turn a corner so you engage the signalling function conveniently located on the steering column and flashing lights on the side of the car signal your intention to nearby SUV’s” she tells Cars … “My trips are so much quieter now without all the horns sounding and people seem far less angry”.
Not to mention “Aussie mums raves over little-known cleaning function” … was she holding a clandestine dance party with other mums? in an oven? or are there just too many 's’s in that well proofread headline?
nine.com.au is little more than clickbait.
I never did see the iron cleaning video - between privacy badger and my pi-hole it was decided for me that nine.com.au is clickbait I don’t use an iron anyway !