Just kidding haha, one more thing:
Thanks for the compliments by the way.
Someone actually emailed me from Canada about this. I thought if any inquiries at all came in these days it would be from down south.
You can definitely drive this car "during" the winter - I would highly recommend against driving it IN the snow though. If you drive slow and don't stomp on the gas, the tires will work fine while it's cold out. If you gun it around corners in cold weather or drive it while it's actually snowing all bets are off though. I never bought winter tires for this one since I have another vehicle with Blizzaks for the winter.
The word "there" can appear as a pronoun, as in “over there."
"Their" is a possessive pronoun. In a phrase like “Susan and Bill's car,” it could be used to to make a new phrase: “their car.”
”They're” is a contraction of “they are.” “They are” should always be able to replace “they're.”
Extra Credit: It's "I'm looking for an M3"
not "I'm looking for a M3".