My girlfriends has an old honda civic and i noticed the engine is knocking. I dont wanna her to drive it like that. I want to buy her something safe and reliable especially since she is pregnant. I was thinking of getting a 2018 toyota camry or maybe a suv like a toyota rav4. What do you think?
Should I pay for her repairs and car rental or just go through my insurance? There is no cost to me to go through insurance, I have no deductible and first accident forgivesness. The only thing is my rates will go up if I have a second accident if I file a claim. I've been with my insurer for several years.
Your tires should ALWAYS be filled to the proper air pressure when they are cold. As you drive, the tires will warm up and the pressure will go up by a few pounds, but it will still be within the proper inflation pressure for your car.
If you DO fill your tires to the proper pressure when they are cold, and...
I won't ever buy a car with gas door on passenger side cause it's too long of a walk.
He doesn't understand that his life is in danger and that he is putting other people's lives in danger. His lack of patience is more important to him than attempting to think about the possible consequences of his actions.
My car uses OEM 15" tires but if I were to upgrade to 17" will it return higher MPG?
Used car not financed, paid for
Don't you think they should go get a real job?
I grab a cylinder at stops. It Does Work, better than Nuthin'. Cools that hot running Vee-Twin , also.
Riders must be tough; only if your hands cramp and don't grip any longer should you go to fur lined gloves or something.
Electric gloves Work, Yes, But, those Wires. You Will eventually break...
Looking at a 2005 S-Class with 100k miles for just $5000. Being sold by a dealer and comes with 1 month warranty.
I recently took my 2009 malibu to a buddy of mine that has his own shop to get serviced and replace needed parts. After everything was all set and done (claims it took him almoust the whole day) he charges me $906 parts and labor of the following:
Sway bar links
Sway bar bushings
Passenger side Tie rod
Most mechanics won't install parts unless they purchase them directly. However, it's often cheaper for you to buy the part, especially online, and find a mechanic who will install it - However, if you consider credit and warranties as legal tender then it's really a hit/miss scenario wherein it's...