• Whatever happened to manual chokes on cars?

    21 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Why do so many people struggle with driving in the rain?

    When it rains here the roads are an absolute disaster. My morning commute of 30 mins turns into an hour or sometimes even 2 hours. Cars are in ditches, accidents at intersections because people slide through on a red light. A few months back there was a 15 car pile up on a bridge which grid locked half the city... show more
    When it rains here the roads are an absolute disaster. My morning commute of 30 mins turns into an hour or sometimes even 2 hours. Cars are in ditches, accidents at intersections because people slide through on a red light. A few months back there was a 15 car pile up on a bridge which grid locked half the city (main entry/exit to downtown). Rear End collisions are common with cars sliding into each other. I live on a big hill and sometimes there will be cars that end up on the sidewalk because they hit their brakes and lose control. been driving for 16 years and have never had an issue in the rain. Is it really that difficult?
    14 answers · 23 hours ago
  • What’s fastest you could ever handle a car?

    Best answer: If you spend most of your time driving on crowded city freeways at 60 mph then 120 seems fast, but I've pushed through 5 States with 80 mph posted limits. Now to me 100 is no big deal. I have a fairly new Mustang, topped 110 a couple of times, didn't feel like it was near edge of control, but traffic and... show more
    Best answer: If you spend most of your time driving on crowded city freeways at 60 mph then 120 seems fast, but I've pushed through 5 States with 80 mph posted limits. Now to me 100 is no big deal.

    I have a fairly new Mustang, topped 110 a couple of times, didn't feel like it was near edge of control, but traffic and possibility of LEO's really didn't suggest faster would be acceptable.

    Other times I was a passenger in a BMW one morning several hours after attending an F1 race that we didn't get below 90 mph from Austin to Dallas, and spent most of the ride 100+. I also owned V8 Mercedes that in about 4 seconds would accelerate from 75 to 100. Discovered it was chipped at 130. Also driven a Super Late Model at a local racetrack. All this type of experience has lowered the excitement level, makes me more analytical about the capability of the vehicle I'm driving.
    10 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Stopping for a school bus in Ontario?

    If a school bus is stopped with red lights flashing, but the stop sign is not extended, are drivers allowed to pass?
    If a school bus is stopped with red lights flashing, but the stop sign is not extended, are drivers allowed to pass?
    9 answers · 11 hours ago
  • I’m really nervous for my permit test and when i get nervous i completely blank and forget everything i have studied ! what do i do ?

    Best answer: Well besides relax just keep going over practice problems until you are confident. Thats how I passed on first try, I just kept doing practice problems till I got the gist of everything. On my test it turned out most things were common sense and what certain signs were, probably won't be that bad for you
    Best answer: Well besides relax just keep going over practice problems until you are confident. Thats how I passed on first try, I just kept doing practice problems till I got the gist of everything. On my test it turned out most things were common sense and what certain signs were, probably won't be that bad for you
    12 answers · 5 days ago
  • Parking in front of our neighbours house?

    Best answer: Public road? You can park anywhere that's legal and does not block entrance or exit from other properties. No one has a right to park outside their own house. This guy expects everyone to leave a space just in case his parents come round? Bad luck.
    Best answer: Public road? You can park anywhere that's legal and does not block entrance or exit from other properties. No one has a right to park outside their own house. This guy expects everyone to leave a space just in case his parents come round? Bad luck.
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • On average, what time of night do roads become more treacherous in Winter weather conditions such as snow?

    Best answer: Sundown is about as bad as it gets, especially if the temperature was barely freezing in the afternoon. Slush is more slippery than hard frozen snow, and ice can form where it was only wet.

    That said, icy roads can always be treacherous. Remember that bridges and shaded areas freeze first.
    Best answer: Sundown is about as bad as it gets, especially if the temperature was barely freezing in the afternoon. Slush is more slippery than hard frozen snow, and ice can form where it was only wet.

    That said, icy roads can always be treacherous. Remember that bridges and shaded areas freeze first.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Learners permit?

    Can you purchase a car with a learners permit?
    Can you purchase a car with a learners permit?
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • How much does it cost to ship a car from Colorado to California?

    How much would it cost roughly to ship a Mercedes benz sedan to Denver from Orange County,CA would I just be better off driving and paying the gas ?
    How much would it cost roughly to ship a Mercedes benz sedan to Denver from Orange County,CA would I just be better off driving and paying the gas ?
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it best to you a vehicle on a car transport or on it's own wheels?

    I see people towing their vehicles on the tow vehicle's own wheels either with all four on the road or the rear two. Is this bad for the vehicle being towed. I used a car transport from uhaul when I moved. Would my vehicle been messed up if I towed it without a car transport?
    I see people towing their vehicles on the tow vehicle's own wheels either with all four on the road or the rear two. Is this bad for the vehicle being towed. I used a car transport from uhaul when I moved. Would my vehicle been messed up if I towed it without a car transport?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Learners permit?

    Im over 21. Once i pass my permit test. Are adults still required to have someone in the car with them at all times? How often can we drive does anyone know?
    Im over 21. Once i pass my permit test. Are adults still required to have someone in the car with them at all times? How often can we drive does anyone know?
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Name the two types of cylinder sleeves?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • What happens if you have a brand new car, but don't use it until 5-10 years from now? Will it work?

    Best answer: If it was placed in adequate storage neither too hot nor too cold nor too humid, and if the engine was properly "pickled" against corrosion, the oil changed, the cooling system and fuel system drained, the battery removed, and the frame placed on supports to prevent sagging of the suspension and... show more
    Best answer: If it was placed in adequate storage neither too hot nor too cold nor too humid, and if the engine was properly "pickled" against corrosion, the oil changed, the cooling system and fuel system drained, the battery removed, and the frame placed on supports to prevent sagging of the suspension and deterioration of the tires, the answer is yes. It would essentially still be like a new car. If simply parked out in the elements and no precautions taken, it would not run. Just the deterioration of the gasoline in the tank and lines would ensure that.
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • What can I do to help overcome the physics of my car's aerodynamics.?

    Best answer: Your Element can do 0-100mph in 28 seconds. It can easily do 115 but is governor limited to 110 mph.
    I am not legally allowed to show you how to cheat the governor.
    Best answer: Your Element can do 0-100mph in 28 seconds. It can easily do 115 but is governor limited to 110 mph.
    I am not legally allowed to show you how to cheat the governor.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • What will happen if I eat my car?

    20 answers · 1 week ago