• Why can't these idiots make a tire that doesn't slip in the rain?

    I hate it when I'm at a stop and I accelerate and there is water on the street from stupid rain and the stupid car slides all over the place. That should be illegal. Why don't we have a tire that actually sticks to the road? It's like DUH!
    I hate it when I'm at a stop and I accelerate and there is water on the street from stupid rain and the stupid car slides all over the place. That should be illegal. Why don't we have a tire that actually sticks to the road? It's like DUH!
    20 answers · Safety · 16 hours ago
  • If I get in front of a truck driver and he hits my car will he lose his job?

    Best answer: 98% of truck accidents are caused by a car cutting off a truck. If this is a legitimate question, understand that it takes the length of a football filed for a fully loaded semi to come to a stop from 55 mph. I would recommend not even pulling in formt osf a truck unless you are a good 3-4 car lengths ahead of the... show more
    Best answer: 98% of truck accidents are caused by a car cutting off a truck. If this is a legitimate question, understand that it takes the length of a football filed for a fully loaded semi to come to a stop from 55 mph. I would recommend not even pulling in formt osf a truck unless you are a good 3-4 car lengths ahead of the driver. Not only do trucks take longer to stop, the driver is still human. We don't really know what his response time will be in a particular situation. One thing is for certain: truck drivers hate traffic because they are always getting cut off.
    46 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 3 days ago
  • Should i buy a 2004 crown vic from a auction?

    186,000 miles, engine will not start, it cranks but won't start
    186,000 miles, engine will not start, it cranks but won't start
    17 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 14 hours ago
  • How do you tell if you have a bad bearing on one of your tires ?

    Best answer: Tires don't have bearings, wheel hubs that the wheel assembly mounts to do.. with the tire lifted off the ground, lightly spin it.. if you hear growling or rough noise, the bearing in the hub might be bad... If the tire can be wiggled in 12-6, 6-9, and other clock positions the bearing could be bad.. it can... show more
    Best answer: Tires don't have bearings, wheel hubs that the wheel assembly mounts to do.. with the tire lifted off the ground, lightly spin it.. if you hear growling or rough noise, the bearing in the hub might be bad... If the tire can be wiggled in 12-6, 6-9, and other clock positions the bearing could be bad.. it can also set your ABS light.
    21 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 1 day ago
  • Car, is it easy to paint your car by yourself?

    Best answer: If you are highly skilled, and have all the proper equipment then it is not too hard. Otherwise impossible to do correctly. You could watch some of the various TV shows that fix up cars to see how they do it, usually only one person and perhaps a helper.
    Best answer: If you are highly skilled, and have all the proper equipment then it is not too hard. Otherwise impossible to do correctly. You could watch some of the various TV shows that fix up cars to see how they do it, usually only one person and perhaps a helper.
    29 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 3 days ago
  • What is a car?

    And why can't people just take the bus?
    And why can't people just take the bus?
    15 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 1 day ago
  • Have you ever fantasized about raping someone?

    Best answer: no...
    Best answer: no...
    5 answers · Aircraft · 1 day ago
  • Can I sell a car without keys?

    First off, I know little to nothing about cars, so this may be a dumb question. I've had this car sitting in my driveway for a while now and I'm looking to get rid of it. It's a fairly nice car (2002 Jaguar X-Type to be exact) but it only had one set of keys, and they were stolen in a robbery. The fact... show more
    First off, I know little to nothing about cars, so this may be a dumb question. I've had this car sitting in my driveway for a while now and I'm looking to get rid of it. It's a fairly nice car (2002 Jaguar X-Type to be exact) but it only had one set of keys, and they were stolen in a robbery. The fact that there's no key and that it hasn't been started up in months are really the only things wrong with it. I'm trying to get rid of this car, and at this point my asking price is ridiculously low because I just want it gone. A lot of people have told me I'll be better off getting keys made and getting the car back in good condition before trying to sell it, but here's the thing: I basically have no money right now to do these things, and as I've said before, I really just want to get rid of this car. So my question would be is it acceptable (or even possible) to sell a car with no keys as-is? The buyer would essentially have to come tow the car out of my drive to a dealership immediately to get the thing working again, which seems like something nobody would want to do. I've been thinking that the best choice might be to just pawn it off on one of those "we buy junk cars" companies, but it seems like such a waste to get rid of this thing for a "junk car" price. Then again, as I've said, my asking price is very low and I really want to get rid of this thing, so maybe that's the best way. Can anybody tell me the best option for someone who is broke and trying to sell a nice car that has no keys and probably some engine troubles from not being started up in so long?
    13 answers · Buying & Selling · 21 hours ago
  • Are you happy trump sits on his gold toilet while you work a dead end job?

    Best answer: government always spying on you
    Best answer: government always spying on you
    14 answers · Aircraft · 1 day ago
  • Do i have a case?

    So a month ago I got into a car accident and had my car taken to a collision center. They took my keys and everything and said to come pick it up when I can. So I went today and tried to get the car to sell it and they told me I owed $1500 in storage fees that I was never made aware of. They had my phone number for... show more
    So a month ago I got into a car accident and had my car taken to a collision center. They took my keys and everything and said to come pick it up when I can. So I went today and tried to get the car to sell it and they told me I owed $1500 in storage fees that I was never made aware of. They had my phone number for a month and never called me and told me the fees or anything. I had to pay the fees, but do I have a case for civil court here?
    16 answers · Insurance & Registration · 2 days ago
  • When I'm trying to get on the freeway in traffic and I signal to get on why don't people let me in?

    Best answer: First, they have the right of way. They don't have to let you on. Some would let you on if they can slow down and/or switch lanes. And some don't care if you get on at all.
    Best answer: First, they have the right of way. They don't have to let you on. Some would let you on if they can slow down and/or switch lanes. And some don't care if you get on at all.
    23 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 3 days ago
  • How to loosen an extremely tight bolt in a car's engine?

    Best answer: Firstly, on a tight nut or bolt only ever use a six-point [single hex] socket or ring spanner (wrench); 12 point types can round off the nut. If possible, use a "flank drive" style - they have the corners of the hex relieved so pressure is applied nearer the centre of the flats, allowing more force... show more
    Best answer: Firstly, on a tight nut or bolt only ever use a six-point [single hex] socket or ring spanner (wrench); 12 point types can round off the nut.

    If possible, use a "flank drive" style - they have the corners of the hex relieved so pressure is applied nearer the centre of the flats, allowing more force without deforming the fixing.
    eg. https://www.tien-i.com/img/upload/Pic/Si...
    Some types have slight curves, some are extreme - but the basic idea is the same in all.


    Use penetrating oil and allow time for it to work, applying an extra drop if it looks dry.

    Sometimes a sharp tap in the opposite direction can help free up a seized nut/bolt.

    With a socket, use a T-bar or knuckle/breaker bar rather than a ratchet. You can use a soft hammer to tap it round or a length of pipe for leverage.

    Ratchet bars are much more fragile and do not like being hit.. It can make the pawls slip or even the whole thing fly apart..
    14 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 1 day ago
  • Bribing DMV for license?

    If I gave who my m dealing with 1000$, would they give me my license
    If I gave who my m dealing with 1000$, would they give me my license
    27 answers · Insurance & Registration · 3 days ago
  • If I was at stop sign 1st. and going straight then another car was turning left who has the right away?

    I was at a stop sign a good minute or so trying to go straight when another car across the street pulled up. When traffic was clear I went to cross and they tried to turn left at the same time. But I was there first. The woman nearly hit me but I was there first. So who had the right away?
    I was at a stop sign a good minute or so trying to go straight when another car across the street pulled up. When traffic was clear I went to cross and they tried to turn left at the same time. But I was there first. The woman nearly hit me but I was there first. So who had the right away?
    11 answers · Safety · 16 hours ago
  • Can a plane still fly with a broken propeller?

    I'm looking for information that will help me with a university project. How well does a plane fly with a broken propeller, more specifically a large aircraft with multiple propeller engines. Does it make flying impossible or difficult? or does it simply reduce the efficiency of the aircraft? Any... show more
    I'm looking for information that will help me with a university project. How well does a plane fly with a broken propeller, more specifically a large aircraft with multiple propeller engines. Does it make flying impossible or difficult? or does it simply reduce the efficiency of the aircraft? Any information would be very helpful.
    11 answers · Aircraft · 21 hours ago