Yes, if you lose the case in court, than you have to transfer the domain to the TM owner. The only way you can keep the domain is before you get to the court stage, make a deal with the TM owner.....
It depends on the name.
Do you own "apple.com" and use it to sell you homemade pies of the previously mentioned variety of fruit, or do you own "apple.com" and use it to sell your homemade computers?.
Well, that really depends on what condition you bought it in.
If you bought it new, I'd suggest keeping it out of the sun, since you don't want to risk early oxidation of the paint.
But, for older domains, the driveway is fine. about the only thing you want to look out for are rust spots, particular around dents. Get those down to the bare metal with some 100 grit paper and hit it with some touch up paint. For larger spots, you are going to want to use some primer, but don't run around for days with the primer coat on. The entire point of primer is that it absorbs moisture, and you are not going to get the same adhesion for the top coat if you let a dry primer coat get moist before puttin on the top coat. And, let's get real about body putty...
Otherwise, get yourself an orbital sander, some sheet metal, and pop rivets...
'.. I'm not quite clear about what you just spoke.
Was that a parable or a very subtle joke?'".
Crash Test Dummies..
My God, Man! Sacrilege! Learn to weld!..
Funniest post I have read in a while John..
I was thinking back to a rusted out floor section I fixed in a '68 bug. But, yes, when I got rid of the body cancer in my '72 VW van, I had gotten past pop rivets.
You have to admit, they are pretty handy...
Not saying I've never used em... heck, for some down, dirty, quickie floor panel jobs I've been known to use Liquid Nails and a few well placed sheet metal screws even! but that was waaay long ago...