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  • corvettecorvette United StatesPosts: 8,315
    I think a 535xi would probably be more competitive with the ZHP, performance-wise. No comment on repair frequency, though!
  • nyccarguynyccarguy Stamford, CTPosts: 14,587
    I need to have my Prelude’s emissions tested by the end of this month for $20. Once I get it tested, I can register it again for the next 2 years for $155 ($120 registration, $15 Passport to Parks, $15 Clean Air Act, & $5 Greenhouse Gas Reduction).

    2001 Prelude Type SH, 2017 Pilot Touring AWD, 2019 Tacoma TRD Sport 4WD

  • dad23dad23 ColoradoPosts: 596
    edited March 2
    I dropped off paperwork at the DMV yesterday to register the Tacoma, the temp tag expires Friday. I received the title compete notice in the mail last Thursday. I went online to get an appointment but they were booked out until April. I was told the turnaround time was about two weeks, so they emailed a “get out of jail free” letter in case I’m pulled over for the expired tag before then. I think there’s a 30 day grace period once they expire anyway so not too worried. The online estimator pegged my plates right under $1,000 :(
  • 28firefighter28firefighter Seattle, WAPosts: 7,613
    I can relate to this, too, @dad23. Crazy fees in western WA.
    2019 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited, 2007 BMW 530xi Touring 6MT (on loan), 2004 BMW 330i ZHP 6MT
  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,614
    nyccarguy said:

    I need to have my Prelude’s emissions tested by the end of this month for $20. Once I get it tested, I can register it again for the next 2 years for $155 ($120 registration, $15 Passport to Parks, $15 Clean Air Act, & $5 Greenhouse Gas Reduction).

    What happens if it fails the test? I know that for 25 year and older cars in NY, they get tested but if they fail it doesn’t hurt you passing the inspection.

    2019 Kia Soul+, 2015 Mustang GT, 2004 Chevy Van, 2000 Chrysler Sebring convertible

  • explorerx4explorerx4 Central CTPosts: 15,568
    @nyccarguy,
    I used to have to find an emissions testing location with working rollers for my Mustang since it is pre OBD2.
    At least registration renewal can be done online.
    2020 Ford Explorer XLT, 2019 Lincoln MKZ Reserve 1
  • nyccarguynyccarguy Stamford, CTPosts: 14,587

    nyccarguy said:

    I need to have my Prelude’s emissions tested by the end of this month for $20. Once I get it tested, I can register it again for the next 2 years for $155 ($120 registration, $15 Passport to Parks, $15 Clean Air Act, & $5 Greenhouse Gas Reduction).

    What happens if it fails the test? I know that for 25 year and older cars in NY, they get tested but if they fail it doesn’t hurt you passing the inspection.
    Once the car is 25 years old, I believe it does not have to pass emissions inspection anymore. @explorerx4 can confirm this. No lights are on. I recently (maybe 2 years ago) had the catalytic converter & exhaust system replaced. The O2 sensors work. I'm not worried about it passing.

    2001 Prelude Type SH, 2017 Pilot Touring AWD, 2019 Tacoma TRD Sport 4WD

  • tjc78tjc78 South JerseyPosts: 11,867

    Still talking about possibly going electric for my next vehicle. Very curious to check out the new Chevy Bolt coming out by the end of the year. Figure as long as we have one vehicle that can do the long distance hauling, might be the right time to try electric since I hardly put much mileage on my d d now. That or possibly a hybrid that gets insane mpg's. But going electric seems to be the right thing, good friends have a couple Tesla's and they've been bugging me to climb aboard with them. I'm the perfect candidate since I've been averaging less than 60 miles/week since I went back to work in mid June. As long as the range could be around 300 miles per fill, I'd be fine with that since I could trickle charge at night if need be. Heard that Chevy will be paying to retro-fit folks garage's that do decide to go electric as an added incentive. Sounds compelling to be honest. Am hoping that this will be my last job as I slowly ride into the sunset of working, whenever that time will be. Think as well as I'm healthy, being if my spinal issues let me, can see me doing this driving gig for a few more years. Even if we relocate upstate, think I might be able to transfer to a new crew there.
    Finally got the new set of center caps for the Golf yesterday and popped one in earlier. What I thought were metal turned out to be plastic! Very surprising, and still have three left if any of the other ones decide to take a hike. Since day 1, I've been waiting for one to just be gone one day and sadly, that day was last week. Turned out that I actually got them for free from Amazon by just jumping through a small hoop, so wasn't a hard decision at all. Now, the alloy looks proper again with that empty hole filled in! I'm a happy camper again as I'm still loving my Golf, even after all my smallish issues plus it's unfortunate accident back in 2018!

    Did you ever get your electric system at home fixed?

    2020 Volvo XC90 T6 Momentum / 2019 Volvo S60 T6 Inscription

  • imidazol97imidazol97 Crossroads of America I70 & I75 Posts: 25,538
    corvette said:


    Hard to make a YT video the required 10 minute length to get monetization if you go around doing that, though! :p

    It's been my understanding, verified by some of the articles citing the point, that premium fuel may actually hae less energy in it than regular. One of the articles was Road and Track.
    https://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/car-technology/news/a18008/premium-fuel-futures/

    The difference is in the mixture of hydrocarbons and the branching along with the exact compounds and additives. The mix is tailored to give a slower burn and to have less sensitivity to preignition during high compression rates and/or to hot spots within the cylinder due to carbon.

    Even the R&T article tries to make some physico-chemical points that I think are not supported.

    Edmunds has an article by Joseph Kavaugh that is well done.
    https://www.edmunds.com/fuel-economy/to-save-money-on-gas-stop-buying-premium.html

    2014 Malibu 2LT, 2015 Cruze 2LT,

  • pensfan83pensfan83 PennsylvaniaPosts: 2,181
    edited March 3
    @nyccarguy does CT have a mileage exemption for emissions tests? PA exempts cars that are required to have the test if they accrue under 5,000 miles in a 12 month period no matter their age.
    1997 Honda Prelude Base - 2020 Acura RDX A-Spec SH-AWD - 2019 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road DC - 2006 BMW 330Ci ZHP
  • explorerx4explorerx4 Central CTPosts: 15,568
    @nyccarguy,
    My Mustang last got tested when it was 24 years old, as emission testing is done every 2 years.
    It never came close to failing.
    2020 Ford Explorer XLT, 2019 Lincoln MKZ Reserve 1
  • tjc78tjc78 South JerseyPosts: 11,867
    edited March 3

    @nyccarguy,
    My Mustang last got tested when it was 24 years old, as emission testing is done every 2 years.
    It never came close to failing.

    Those 5.0s don’t have much to go wrong in the emissions department. If the O2 sensor and MAP sensor are in range usually they are fine. If they aren’t they will default and run rich.

    2020 Volvo XC90 T6 Momentum / 2019 Volvo S60 T6 Inscription

  • au1994au1994 GAPosts: 1,984

    Fortunately Kentucky has no emissions testing- especially since the highly restrictive catalytic converter on my M6 fell off in the garage one Saturday.

    Obviously a manufacturer defect. A lot of guys I knew with Mustangs had that happen to them as well.

    2008 Toyota Land Cruiser White over Tan
    2017 BMW X1 Jet Black over Mocha

  • 28firefighter28firefighter Seattle, WAPosts: 7,613

    Fortunately Kentucky has no emissions testing- especially since the highly restrictive catalytic converter on my M6 fell off in the garage one Saturday.

    I’m sure it was that legendary 80s build quality cars had and had nothing to do with the restrictive emissions standards.
    2019 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited, 2007 BMW 530xi Touring 6MT (on loan), 2004 BMW 330i ZHP 6MT
  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,614

    @nyccarguy,
    I used to have to find an emissions testing location with working rollers for my Mustang since it is pre OBD2.
    At least registration renewal can be done online.

    I seem to remember my 84’ Corvette had an easy time with the annual inspection. Those old cars couldn’t talk to the state computers so they were exempt. I think the fee was only $10 as compared to $21 for anything after 1995.

    2019 Kia Soul+, 2015 Mustang GT, 2004 Chevy Van, 2000 Chrysler Sebring convertible

  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,614

    corvette said:


    Hard to make a YT video the required 10 minute length to get monetization if you go around doing that, though! :p
    It's been my understanding, verified by some of the articles citing the point, that premium fuel may actually hae less energy in it than regular. One of the articles was Road and Track.
    https://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/car-technology/news/a18008/premium-fuel-futures/

    The difference is in the mixture of hydrocarbons and the branching along with the exact compounds and additives. The mix is tailored to give a slower burn and to have less sensitivity to preignition during high compression rates and/or to hot spots within the cylinder due to carbon.

    Even the R&T article tries to make some physico-chemical points that I think are not supported.

    Edmunds has an article by Joseph Kavaugh that is well done.
    https://www.edmunds.com/fuel-economy/to-save-money-on-gas-stop-buying-premium.html


    I think the bottom line is premium has greater resistance to pre detonation and that’s the only difference worth considering. If you car doesn’t require it you’re wasting your money, which currently is getting up to 50 cents a gallon between RUG and PUG.

    2019 Kia Soul+, 2015 Mustang GT, 2004 Chevy Van, 2000 Chrysler Sebring convertible

  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,614
    tjc78 said:

    @nyccarguy,
    My Mustang last got tested when it was 24 years old, as emission testing is done every 2 years.
    It never came close to failing.

    Those 5.0s don’t have much to go wrong in the emissions department. If the O2 sensor and MAP sensor are in range usually they are fine. If they aren’t they will default and run rich.
    I was lucky that the old Corvette was exempt because that stupid Crossfire fuel injection ran rich as Rockefeller.

    2019 Kia Soul+, 2015 Mustang GT, 2004 Chevy Van, 2000 Chrysler Sebring convertible

  • tjc78tjc78 South JerseyPosts: 11,867

    tjc78 said:

    @nyccarguy,
    My Mustang last got tested when it was 24 years old, as emission testing is done every 2 years.
    It never came close to failing.

    Those 5.0s don’t have much to go wrong in the emissions department. If the O2 sensor and MAP sensor are in range usually they are fine. If they aren’t they will default and run rich.
    I was lucky that the old Corvette was exempt because that stupid Crossfire fuel injection ran rich as Rockefeller.
    One of the YT mechanics (Car Wizard, maybe) showed how that system worked and the common fail point. It actually is pretty simple once you understand it.

    2020 Volvo XC90 T6 Momentum / 2019 Volvo S60 T6 Inscription

  • fintailfintail Posts: 52,993
    Just renewed the wagon, roughly pocket change over $100 B)

    I can relate to this, too, @dad23. Crazy fees in western WA.

  • fintailfintail Posts: 52,993
    Even happened to my mom's big 70s T-Bird. One of my earlier car memories, very early 80s, is of my dad working on it, hood up, parts in front of it. I later learned he "de-smogged" it.
    au1994 said:



    Obviously a manufacturer defect. A lot of guys I knew with Mustangs had that happen to them as well.

  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,614
    fintail said:

    Even happened to my mom's big 70s T-Bird. One of my earlier car memories, very early 80s, is of my dad working on it, hood up, parts in front of it. I later learned he "de-smogged" it.

    au1994 said:



    Obviously a manufacturer defect. A lot of guys I knew with Mustangs had that happen to them as well.

    De-smogged it?


    2019 Kia Soul+, 2015 Mustang GT, 2004 Chevy Van, 2000 Chrysler Sebring convertible

  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,357
    tjc78 said:

    tjc78 said:

    @nyccarguy,
    My Mustang last got tested when it was 24 years old, as emission testing is done every 2 years.
    It never came close to failing.

    Those 5.0s don’t have much to go wrong in the emissions department. If the O2 sensor and MAP sensor are in range usually they are fine. If they aren’t they will default and run rich.
    I was lucky that the old Corvette was exempt because that stupid Crossfire fuel injection ran rich as Rockefeller.
    One of the YT mechanics (Car Wizard, maybe) showed how that system worked and the common fail point. It actually is pretty simple once you understand it.
    That was the Weezard. He’s even putting it on the jag V12 going into his 65 Malibu!

    The old Volvo carbs (SUs I think) were similar. Very simple but if you didn’t know what you were doing, easy to screw up. But when set right, really good carbs.

    2020 Acura RDX tech SH-AWD

  • roadburnerroadburner Posts: 14,469
    I’ve never cared for throttle body injection systems- I’d probably be just as happy with a properly dialed-in Quadrajet. If I go with FI I want either port or direct injection.

    Mine: 1995 318ti Club Sport; 2014 M235i; 2009 Cooper Clubman; 1999 Wrangler; 1996 Speed Triple Challenge Cup Replica Wife's: 2015 X1 xDrive28i Son's: 2009 328i

  • fintailfintail Posts: 52,993
    edited March 3
    I remember when I was older, he told me what he did to it - something with the PCV system and maybe smog pump (I think it was just pre-cat).

    Car lasted until 1985, when it suffered either a timing chain or transmission issue, and dad decided to cut it loose, as those dinosaurs had depreciated to almost nothing by then - mom was sad as she loved the car, but it wasn't feasible to complete a massive repair, as the car was aging fast. Mom's next car, a Tempo, actually had a longer life.



    De-smogged it?


  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 28,973
    Camaro supposedly arriving first thing in them morn. Somehow, I always wind up with Russian transporters. What is up with that?

    ‘21 Camaro LT1, '07 ML63, '08 Charger R/T Daytona; '67 Coronet R/T; '13 Fiat 500c, '14 Town&Country Limited; '18 BMW X2. 54-car history and counting!

  • explorerx4explorerx4 Central CTPosts: 15,568
    Putin is done test driving it? Don't worry they reset the odomoter. :D
    2020 Ford Explorer XLT, 2019 Lincoln MKZ Reserve 1
  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,614
    qbrozen said:

    Camaro supposedly arriving first thing in them morn. Somehow, I always wind up with Russian transporters. What is up with that?

    At least they keep the polar bears off your car. :o

    2019 Kia Soul+, 2015 Mustang GT, 2004 Chevy Van, 2000 Chrysler Sebring convertible

  • au1994au1994 GAPosts: 1,984
    qbrozen said:

    Camaro supposedly arriving first thing in them morn. Somehow, I always wind up with Russian transporters. What is up with that?

    The guy who brought me the Land Cruiser was Russian. He was subcontracted by the firm I originally hired. He wanted to be paid immediately, not the original firm. Luckily he took Venmo and I did not pay the other firm.

    2008 Toyota Land Cruiser White over Tan
    2017 BMW X1 Jet Black over Mocha

  • 28firefighter28firefighter Seattle, WAPosts: 7,613
    All of my transporters in the last 12 months have been Russian, too.
    2019 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited, 2007 BMW 530xi Touring 6MT (on loan), 2004 BMW 330i ZHP 6MT
  • corvettecorvette United StatesPosts: 8,315
    I got my first dose on the 27th of February and get the second on March 29th... I hope I'm out of the walking boot and cane well before then.
  • ab348ab348 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CanadaPosts: 14,853
    Nova Scotia has botched the entire vaccine task, partly due to its own actions, partly due to the Feds. Since the USA is keeping all vaccine manufactured there for now the Feds are trying to get it from other countries and shipments have been spotty. What has arrived is divided up province by province according to population with some exceptions (residents of the far North, and First Nations). What's provided to the provinces is up to them to manage. We have a very doctrinaire Chief Public Health czar and in his infinite wisdom he came up with a plan to inoculate health care workers first, then employ an age-based approach for the remainder, ignoring any other risk factors. It has all gone very slowly and less than half of the doses received have been used because he is holding them back for the booster shot. We are now just getting through the first age bracket of those 80+ years of age. My brother is in the next bracket of those in their 70s and he doesn't expect to receive his until April.

    The kicker here this week was that we got offered 13,000 doses of the Astra Zeneca vaccine which is supposed to be less effective but still useful. He didn't want to take them because the idea of a less robust vaccine didn't fit his age-based model. Public, media, and political outrage led him to rapidly flip-flop. So now those will be offered first come, first serve to anyone over age 25, by pharmacies to whom it is being distributed. I can only imagine the havoc that will happen in those spots.

    2017 Cadillac ATS Performance Premium 3.6, 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass S Holiday Coupe

  • pensfan83pensfan83 PennsylvaniaPosts: 2,181
    edited March 4
    My parents have been trying to get in with various clinics through the county and through their pharmacy. No dice so far but I expect they'll have better luck closer to the end of the month. Apparently the state's initial shipment of the J&J vaccine will be administered to education professionals should they want it.
    1997 Honda Prelude Base - 2020 Acura RDX A-Spec SH-AWD - 2019 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road DC - 2006 BMW 330Ci ZHP
  • Sandman6472Sandman6472 Coral Springs, FLPosts: 5,666
    We go for our 2nd Pfizer shots next week. So glad we're getting this out of the way!
    Our electrical problem turned out to be a bad wire so after almost 3 hours and $702.00 later, all is well again. Guess after almost 34 years, sh-t happens but all is well now. Good thing because I'm starting to turn my attention to getting an EV vehicle going forward since my driving habits have taken an almost 180 degree turn. It just might make sense to have one of the vehicles an EV going forward. And the Chevy Bolt is the perfect size to fit in the garage. Would like to have one with at least a range of 300 miles as if I go over 50 miles a week, I'm lucky. Everywhere I usually go is within 5 to 8 miles from the house, so it could work. Will also depends on the federal rebates plus anything the state might kick in. Getting to drive that Tesla a few months back was actually kind of fun, the learning curve was almost instantaneous as if I hadn't reacted like I did, the guy coming up on my rear would've been in for a big surprise!

    2015 Audi A3 (wife) / 2015 Golf TSI (me) / 2019 Chevrolet Cruze Premier RS (daughter #1) / 2020 Hyundai Accent SE (daughter #2)

  • Sandman6472Sandman6472 Coral Springs, FLPosts: 5,666
    Has anyone heard why the prices of petrol have risen so sharply this past month or so? I paid $2.49 last week with my discount at Cumberland Farms and today, I'd be paying $2.59. Haven't found anything in the internet news as to why the sudden spike in prices. EV vehicles really seem to be the wave of the future as long as the the states can locate an adequate amount of charging facilities to meet the probable demand that is anticipated.
    I'm finally at the point where I'd definitely get one if all the variables fall into place. Tired of being at the mercy of petrol prices changing as often as they do. But then, we'll have to deal with the power companies...a never ending cycle it seems! But, we're addicted to our different modes of transportation and that's one thing that ain't going away. It was hard staying home at the start of the pandemic, and now, folks just want to get out and go! But, we have to be smart here and not go back as quickly as some would like...need to do it in moderation folks, moderation is the key here. And please, do not read anything political into what I'm saying here. Too many innocent folks have passed and we owe it to them to not return to what life used to be too soon.

    2015 Audi A3 (wife) / 2015 Golf TSI (me) / 2019 Chevrolet Cruze Premier RS (daughter #1) / 2020 Hyundai Accent SE (daughter #2)

  • explorerx4explorerx4 Central CTPosts: 15,568
    My wife found an appointment yesterday morning and got her first shot in the afternoon.
    Also got the 2nd shot scheduled while getting the first shot. Just luck, really.
    I'll be done with my medication next week and have a couple of follow up tests the week after.
    Then I'll look for a shot.
    2020 Ford Explorer XLT, 2019 Lincoln MKZ Reserve 1
  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,357
    A smaller, cheaper EV (bolt or leaf or Kona type) won’t come close to 300 miles range. More like 1/2 that realistically before needing a charge. But that still covers you around town for quite a while.

    Gas? Stated reasons are winter to summer blend switch, and the weather in the gulf taking refineries and shipping off line. Real reason is probably, because they could.

    2020 Acura RDX tech SH-AWD

  • explorerx4explorerx4 Central CTPosts: 15,568
    The previous Bolt was rated for 270 miles and I read the new one uses the same battery tech.
    2020 Ford Explorer XLT, 2019 Lincoln MKZ Reserve 1
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 184,527
    corvette said:

    I got my first dose on the 27th of February and get the second on March 29th... I hope I'm out of the walking boot and cane well before then.

    Moderna?

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  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,357

    My wife found an appointment yesterday morning and got her first shot in the afternoon.
    Also got the 2nd shot scheduled while getting the first shot. Just luck, really.
    I'll be done with my medication next week and have a couple of follow up tests the week after.
    Then I'll look for a shot.

    In NJ they don’t let you leave without scheduling your 2nd shot. A nice process. That mega site was a well oiled machine. Very impressed.

    2020 Acura RDX tech SH-AWD

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 179,760

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 184,527
    stickguy said:

    My wife found an appointment yesterday morning and got her first shot in the afternoon.
    Also got the 2nd shot scheduled while getting the first shot. Just luck, really.
    I'll be done with my medication next week and have a couple of follow up tests the week after.
    Then I'll look for a shot.

    In NJ they don’t let you leave without scheduling your 2nd shot. A nice process. That mega site was a well oiled machine. Very impressed.
    Local hospital does the mass vaccination site, near here.
    I think they were doing about 64 jabs per hour when we were there. Looks like they are set up to do twice that, if they had the vaccine supply.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 179,760
    kyfdx said:

    stickguy said:

    My wife found an appointment yesterday morning and got her first shot in the afternoon.
    Also got the 2nd shot scheduled while getting the first shot. Just luck, really.
    I'll be done with my medication next week and have a couple of follow up tests the week after.
    Then I'll look for a shot.

    In NJ they don’t let you leave without scheduling your 2nd shot. A nice process. That mega site was a well oiled machine. Very impressed.
    Local hospital does the mass vaccination site, near here.
    I think they were doing about 64 jabs per hour when we were there. Looks like they are set up to do twice that, if they had the vaccine supply.
    Colorado seems to be mis-managing their vaccine roll out.

    Wife was eligible as she works in a child care center. Can't seem to get an appointment, anywhere.

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  • corvettecorvette United StatesPosts: 8,315
    edited March 4
    kyfdx said:

    corvette said:

    I got my first dose on the 27th of February and get the second on March 29th... I hope I'm out of the walking boot and cane well before then.

    Moderna?
    Yes. The pharmacist at Walgreens was telling someone else that they still had some Pfizer left over from the nursing home clinics they did, but were mostly using Moderna now. He also said he was giving 20 shots per day, at his location, which I'm guessing is similar across all their locations.

    I am really looking forward to a road trip, although I won't be going to Omaha this year. Buffett said they plan to resume in-person annual meetings in 2022, and also, this year, they are televising the meeting from California so that Munger can be there. I think Munger is too frail to travel.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 184,527
    corvette said:

    kyfdx said:

    corvette said:

    I got my first dose on the 27th of February and get the second on March 29th... I hope I'm out of the walking boot and cane well before then.

    Moderna?
    Yes. The pharmacist at Walgreens was telling someone else that they still had some Pfizer left over from the nursing home clinics they did, but were mostly using Moderna now. He also said he was giving 20 shots per day, at his location, which I'm guessing is similar across all their locations.
    Yeah, it seems Pfizer (which I got) is mostly reserved for mass vaccine sites. I would have been happy to get the one shot J&J, if I knew it would happen this month, but couldn't pass this one up, as I just became eligible on March 1st.

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  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,357
    Our mega sites are run by a hospital too. You use their my chart website feature to register and schedule. Really efficient, and cuts the government out of the process (probably why it worked so well). Anyone trying to go through the state interface finds it to be a mess. Direct to the site was easy.

    2020 Acura RDX tech SH-AWD

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 184,527
    stickguy said:

    Our mega sites are run by a hospital too. You use their my chart website feature to register and schedule. Really efficient, and cuts the government out of the process (probably why it worked so well). Anyone trying to go through the state interface finds it to be a mess. Direct to the site was easy.

    Same here.. MyChart app made it simple

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