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If the air bags go off is it an automatic total in accident?

20 answers · Insurance & Registration · 1 day ago

Please don't hate.. just tell me if it's still safe. Thank you:)

Best answer: IF the 4WD is actually engaging, the first thing to check is the bulb. After that, I would look at the wiring to the light.

I was hit by a driver who does not have insurance?

16 answers · Insurance & Registration · 1 day ago
Hi, I was wondering if someone could just explain what I should do from here. I was hit by a deiver that doesn’t have insurance or a license, and I had a friend in the passenger seat. I have USAA and I do have the uninsured motorist policy. What do I do from here? Could the person in my car file a claim against me?... show more

How many miles is too much when buying a used car?

13 answers · Buying & Selling · 11 hours ago
Hello, So recently, I have been saving money from work to get my own car this summer. I currently drive my grandmother's, but, I want to get my own so I can possibly bring it with me back to university next year. I don't know what I should be getting though. I thought that the most logical thing to do... show more

Bought Car With Expired notarized Stamp and cannot locate owner?

8 answers · Insurance & Registration · 2 days ago
Best answer: You likely will need to pay extra for a bonded title ( search title bonds near you). If no one contests the title, it reverts to regular in 3 ? Years. Lesson here is never buy a car not titled in the sellers name.

How does a car engine work?

12 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 18 hours ago

When is the last time you changed a fuel filter?

17 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 2 days ago
Best answer: Decades ago when the fuel filter for the car I had was owner-accessible and changeable.

Best answer: Timing belt is quieter, timing chain last longer and if it fails it usually only skips a tooth and doesn't break and screw up all the valves in an interference engine. HOWEVER timing belts these days are good for 100k+ miles on most cars with no worries. Timing chain will likely go a little longer - price to... show more

Should I break around a curve?

18 answers · Safety · 2 days ago
Obviously don't have my license yet, but should I slow down with the break around a curve even if it has a speed limit? I read somewhere where a person said not to break if it has a speed limit, but do if it doesn't.

Why were old cars lighter than today's cars?

19 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 3 days ago
Best answer: A big reason is safety. Cars today have a much stronger structure so the driver is more protected during crashes. There are also more airbags (they don't weigh a ton, but still). Also: 1. Less anti-pollution stuff. 2. Simpler engines. 3. Less luxury features, such as heated seats and sunroofs. 4. Less quality... show more

Colorado License?

11 answers · Insurance & Registration · 23 hours ago
If I’m 16 and 6 months old is there any possible way for me to drive by myself even if I’ve only held my permit for like 8months?


9 answers · Insurance & Registration · 16 hours ago

Do you need to get a drivers permit before you get a license?

14 answers · Insurance & Registration · 2 days ago

Been happening a lot to me lately where the bus driver would pull over at a bus stop and we would just sit there for several minutes. They say it’s to make sure the buses are sticking to schedule but most the time the buses were already running very late and are further delaying it. There’s been times where I’ve... show more

Possible to rent a car with a DEBIT card, and a temporary photoless driver's license?

8 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 14 hours ago
Best answer: At Budget we have always used a debit card - my wife just reserved one with her debit card a few minutes ago. The temporary license should not be a problem in itself but you may need some photo ID to confirm who you are. Be aware if you are under 21 years old it gets a lot harder.

Is Triumph the best kind of motorcycle?

9 answers · Motorcycles · 1 day ago

Some used car dealer roll back odometer?

18 answers · Buying & Selling · 4 days ago
Best answer: Yes it is; you can make a $1000 or more. Depends where you live but here, the mileage is declared every time a vehicle changes hands making it easier to spot any abuses.