It stays on even when I turn the ignition off and take the key out.
I could get a 14 passenger or 18 passenger bus, but I plan on removing all the seats and making it livable (bed, small kitchen, etc.)
soo, i just turned 18 and i got my learners permit today. i know i’m late, and i suck, blah blah. but i really want to start driving LEGALLY and BY MYSELF before summer ends and i need to know how long i have to wait
Yeah some traffic engineers obviously don't know how to drive..
Different states have different laws. In my state (California) it's legal to drive in slippers or even barefoot, but not recommended.
I saw this girl in a bmw and her mirrors automatically folded when she locked her car it was so cool. How can i make my car do that?
I'm a beginner driver, and this is something I'm struggling with. When I'm approaching a stop sign or a stop light, I start pressing on the brakes, but the car jolts. My dad and brother tell me that I have to ease on the brake to come to a smooth stop.
I try to do that, but once I get to the stop sign...
Governments love new cars sales because automotive manufacturing, and all the jobs associated with it, employs thousands of people. It is also a source of income from taxes. Older vehicles, with older emission technologies, or perhaps broken or tampered with emission control devices, tend to pollute more as...
Buy a good paste wax and try some on a spotand see if that clears it up. If it does wax the entire car. Just because it has a clear coat doesn't mean it doesn't need to be waxed. Wax protects paint and that includes clear coats.
Having a fee from $ 10 dollars to $ 25 dollars to be in downtown in peak hours is that is what paying taxes is for
A live train track will have flashing lights and a train on it.
A dead track won't
Technically, yes, but you won't make many friends on the highway by doing it, especially if you are a do-gooder who is trying to self-enforce the speed limit by driving too slow in the left lane. You will either cause an accident or possibly instigate a case of road-rage. Just don't do it.
Nope, you have completed the written portion of your test. All that awaits is the behind the wheel portion.
Born and raised in Canada but never had so much as a driving lesson. Is it cheaper in some provinces than others? Is it mandatory to go to classes or can I just study on my own then take the tests?