I've always waited til the car interior is warmed up before i drive off in winter. My sister says its just a waste of gas and causing wear and tear on the motor.
What say you YAHOO.
I'm planning on attending a concert tomorrow night at this venu that's across from a McDonalds, so it would be very convenient if I was to park there to say the least. The issue that I would like to address is not knowing whether or not there will be consequences for me deciding to leave my car there for...
I sometimes think that you need to stop your question above with a question mark after the word "car" and delete all the words and punctuation after the newly placed question mark.
I haven't had an accident in maybe 10+ years, ever since I matured and grew up. I don't foresee myself getting into another unless I hit a deer or something which will only be like $1,500 in damages if I do.
My current policy is $720 every 6 months because I'm currently financing my car.
If I buy it...
This may be a stupid question, and it's something that got me thinking as to why they stopped doing this. I know that in the early 90's Integras you can see the fuel level when the car is turned off all the way and the keys not in the ignition. I think it's better to see the fuel level without the keys....
Avoidance is the best way. Go to junk yard and get a VW chrome emblem and glue it to the back of your car. The other driver will see VW and automatically assume he is driving too slow....so will pull out and pass you.
Even if YOU are speeding, he will pull out and pass you.
Or also get a DIESEL chrome...
Hey, I have a 2004 Ford Escape that has had the battery warning light on the dash for about a month. I took it to auto zone and the battery and alternator tested good. Today I'm out and it won't turn over and has no power. The battery terminals are clean and the connections look good. Any idea what...
i had smoke leaking from under the exhaust manifold and when taking it off ive noticed a small crack which leads into the hole for the exhaust stud.. apparently common on this type of car due to it having 3mm clearance from the stud hole itself...im looking for the cheapest option and option one is using heat...
Ideally, when you can pay cash in full.
Beyond that, the last day of the month/Last day or the year even better.
But the last part assumes you are a very good negotiator and you are buying from a dealer. Most people are not and should not.
My girlfriend lives in another state. She couldn't afford the payments and the insurance cancelled. The bank she is financing through is charging her $300+ a month for not having insurance so I want to add her to mine. My car is paid off and 20 years old so my full coverage is only $130. 1) Would my insurance...
my supervisor at work on his 2017 GMC Sierra Denali keeps his headlights on auto when he leaves his car from the parking lot and he does it every morning
I always wondered if it will drain your battery. I want to do it on my Civic because it looks cool and it is halogen lights he has LED
Right now I can score a 2013 Chrysler 300, AWD, loaded, with the 3.6L V6 for $7k from a dealership. Only problem is that it has 187k on it. Do they typically last longer than that or should I pass?
So i have gotten a new job a few months as a store director and im making about $5,600 a month. But i still drive a car i had since high school which is a 2001 toyota corolla. Since i got a little extra money know do you think i should upgrade?