• On a scale of 1-10 how good of a driver Do you consider yourself?

    On a scale of 1-10 how good of a driver Do you consider yourself?

    Best answer: If it has wheels I can drive it : Me @ me day job puttin fuel in me CAT
    Best answer: If it has wheels I can drive it : Me @ me day job puttin fuel in me CAT
    29 answers · Safety · 17 hours ago
  • How hard is it to match paint on a car?

    I was recently involved in a fender-bender with my brand new car. I went to the body shop the dealer recommended (because they do not have a body shop) and I needed a new front bumper. They had to keep my car an extra day because they were having a difficult time matching the paint. When I went to pick it up the... show more
    I was recently involved in a fender-bender with my brand new car. I went to the body shop the dealer recommended (because they do not have a body shop) and I needed a new front bumper. They had to keep my car an extra day because they were having a difficult time matching the paint. When I went to pick it up the front bumper color was close, but you can easily tell in sunlight that it does not match the rest of my car. The bumper is lighter in color and the metallic is different. The body shop told me that they could not get it to match any better because the bumper is plastic and the car is metal (but the back bumper matches?). So am I being unrealistic to expect my repair to be able to match my car?
    30 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 1 day ago
  • Can you buy a used car with a credit card?

    From a dealership that sells used cars. Not for more than like $6k, something cheap. Just to get around in. Trying to look for a quicker way than paying cash because of my situation. I'm pretty unsure about it entirely so just looking for outside opinions.. thanks!!!
    From a dealership that sells used cars. Not for more than like $6k, something cheap. Just to get around in. Trying to look for a quicker way than paying cash because of my situation. I'm pretty unsure about it entirely so just looking for outside opinions.. thanks!!!
    24 answers · Buying & Selling · 2 days ago
  • Can a 15 year old own a car?

    Best answer: Nope. A car title is a legal document and minors are too young to sign a legal document.
    Best answer: Nope. A car title is a legal document and minors are too young to sign a legal document.
    10 answers · Buying & Selling · 1 day ago
  • Why do school zones exist?

    It's pretty stupid. Why do I have to slow down to a snails pace around a school? If kid is too stupid to know shouldn't be jaywalking then they deserve to get hit! I also hate the cops that pull you over if you go 27 in a 25.
    It's pretty stupid. Why do I have to slow down to a snails pace around a school? If kid is too stupid to know shouldn't be jaywalking then they deserve to get hit! I also hate the cops that pull you over if you go 27 in a 25.
    37 answers · Safety · 3 days ago
  • Found a full face helmet in basement, how do i know if it is still safe to use?

    i just found a full face helmet in basement, it must be there for so long probably 5-10 years because its so dusty and thats how long the last people live here. Im having a second thought if i should use it , because why would someone left it there if still good, so how do i know if its still safe to use?
    i just found a full face helmet in basement, it must be there for so long probably 5-10 years because its so dusty and thats how long the last people live here. Im having a second thought if i should use it , because why would someone left it there if still good, so how do i know if its still safe to use?
    17 answers · Motorcycles · 1 day ago
  • Does every driver in a family need to be insured?

    Best answer: In your case, oh hell yes. When you signed up for a policy with your insurance company, you agreed to let them know about any and all licensed drivers living in the house at all times. Even after the policy was issued and renewed a few times, you're still required to keep your end of the deal. If you look... show more
    Best answer: In your case, oh hell yes. When you signed up for a policy with your insurance company, you agreed to let them know about any and all licensed drivers living in the house at all times. Even after the policy was issued and renewed a few times, you're still required to keep your end of the deal. If you look into the contract and wade through all that legal technical mumbo-jumbo, you'll find the clause that says you agree to that condition.

    If you don't tell them, if you 'forget' to tell the insurance company about a licensed driver in the house, there's another clause in the contract about that. It says that any misrepresentation (lying) or non-disclosure (lying by omission) on your part means the whole deal is off, and all their obligations are null and void. Everyone knows that lying on a legal contract is a total deal-breaker, and insurance companies reinforce it by putting it in writing.

    And they're serious about those conditions. Remember all those insurance horror stories you've heard? The ones where someone bought insurance, made all the payments on time, and then an accident happened and the insurance company used some fine-print technicality to weasel out of paying for it? Those stories are true, and 95% of the time the legal technicality was misrepresentation / non-disclosure.

    Never, never ever, give your insurance company a legally valid reason to refuse to cover you. If you give them a reason, they can and will use it.
    14 answers · Insurance & Registration · 23 hours ago
  • When I lease a car, is mile overage forgiven if I lease another car?

    I was looking into lease a car. The dealership said if I lease a car and I go over the miles at the end, if I lease another car then the miles are forgiven. Is this true? He also mentioned I could probably trade the car in at another dealership and the same thing would be true. Is this true as well? If this is... show more
    I was looking into lease a car. The dealership said if I lease a car and I go over the miles at the end, if I lease another car then the miles are forgiven. Is this true? He also mentioned I could probably trade the car in at another dealership and the same thing would be true. Is this true as well? If this is true, then why would I pay for extra miles up front if I plan on lease a new car the following year?
    25 answers · Buying & Selling · 2 days ago
  • Why helicopter and aeroplane does not need escape velocity to takeoff or to fly?

    rocket needs escape velocity to fly, why not for helicopter and aeroplane?
    rocket needs escape velocity to fly, why not for helicopter and aeroplane?
    19 answers · Aircraft · 1 day ago
  • If a car needs an alignment and new tires, which one do you get first?

    Best answer: It doesn't matter as long as you don't drive very far with the new tires and cause wear patterns to form on them before getting an alignment. You can align a car with the old tires just as well as with the new tires.
    Best answer: It doesn't matter as long as you don't drive very far with the new tires and cause wear patterns to form on them before getting an alignment. You can align a car with the old tires just as well as with the new tires.
    36 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 days ago
  • How much below asking price should I offer for a used car?

    I am looking into buying a newer used car, 2014-16, the car I want is priced at 14999, which is about kelly blue book, but is more than I want to pay seeing as the car is only a few thousand less than it would be brand new. How much lower can I start by offering, I am okay with walking off the lot if there is no... show more
    I am looking into buying a newer used car, 2014-16, the car I want is priced at 14999, which is about kelly blue book, but is more than I want to pay seeing as the car is only a few thousand less than it would be brand new. How much lower can I start by offering, I am okay with walking off the lot if there is no deal. like 12999?
    9 answers · Buying & Selling · 4 hours ago
  • So you have 16k in your bank account, what do you do?

    Quit your job, buy cheap wlrk a van, convert it to an expedition vehicle in cheapest way possible and travel?
    Quit your job, buy cheap wlrk a van, convert it to an expedition vehicle in cheapest way possible and travel?
    64 answers · Buying & Selling · 5 days ago
  • I got this helmet at a garage sale it is a 1993 helmet I am wondering how much it is worth?
  • Can I trade in a leased car early?

    I want to trade in my leased car from Toyota to a different dealer for another lease or finance. Which ever is the better deal? So far I made 10 payments on my current leased vehicle.
    I want to trade in my leased car from Toyota to a different dealer for another lease or finance. Which ever is the better deal? So far I made 10 payments on my current leased vehicle.
    9 answers · Buying & Selling · 7 hours ago
  • Do airplanes really get rid of toilet waste while flying?

    I heard that when the sewage goes into the air, it disintregrates. Is that true?
    I heard that when the sewage goes into the air, it disintregrates. Is that true?
    13 answers · Aircraft · 2 days ago
  • Can airbus A380 land in water safely?

    9 answers · Aircraft · 11 hours ago
  • Why does everyone keep high beaming me?

    Best answer: You may be driving a newer Ford or Toyota.Many of them have LED focused headlights which tend to blind oncoming drivers even in the daylight when set on low beam.
    Best answer: You may be driving a newer Ford or Toyota.Many of them have LED focused headlights which tend to blind oncoming drivers even in the daylight when set on low beam.
    15 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 2 days ago
  • Is a range rover a good car?

    Best answer: Your parents know what they are talking about regarding the Range Rover. Jeep is a little better -- not very reliable but much cheaper to operate and repair. Audi wouldn't be bad but it and Mercedes are both luxury brands and are expensive to insure, maintain, and repair. By the time you get your license and... show more
    Best answer: Your parents know what they are talking about regarding the Range Rover. Jeep is a little better -- not very reliable but much cheaper to operate and repair. Audi wouldn't be bad but it and Mercedes are both luxury brands and are expensive to insure, maintain, and repair. By the time you get your license and get a car, you should be better prepared to know what car to buy.
    9 answers · Buying & Selling · 14 hours ago