*your question doesn't really make sense... but if you mean what does the following distance when driving means... it is 2 seconds (at least) behind the car you are following. when the car in front of you passes a post etc count and see if it takes you at least 2 seconds to pass the same object a...

Yes, even if it is punctured - in the event of a puncture, there'll still be air in the tire, it just won't be pressurized.

Positive: Provides transportationNegatives: Pollutes airMust pay when brokenMust pay for tiresLeads to deaths

If you riding with me, 56 2/3 miles...

The answer to this question involves a cycle of events.The weight of the car on any tire will slightly deform the tire where the rubber meets the road. In normal temperatures, this is not a problem, but in colder weather the cold makes the rubber harder and it will partially hold on to that sligh...

When the rotational speed drops below a certain level the energy stored in the rotatingl mass (crankshaft, flywheel etc.,) is not sufficient to push the pistons to the top of their stroke (top dead centre or TDC) against the compressed air fuel mixture and the engine then stops suddenly and may r...

It sounds like you've lost overdrive. It runs through 3rd gear and then only slips when it attempts to shift into 4th (OD). I am just guessing that this is an AODE trans. It would probably be more cost effective to replace it with a used trans, although GOOD rebuilders can improve this trans so i...

Multiply Kg time 2.2 to get pounds. 1 Kg = 2.2 lbsThe formula to convert kg to lbs1 kg*2.2046 lbs1 kg=2.204622622 lbs

First thing to do is step on the clutch (if manual), dont brake, dont hit the accelerator.Then look at the point u want to go and steer to it (very important u look to where u wanna go to).

Could be dirty fuel, contaminated with water, of clogged fuel filter It could also be a blockage in the exhaust system. The usual suspect is a clogged catalytic converter

It's not the speed, it's a specific pressure exerted to a point of area of bone mass and measured in pounds per square inch creating variable breaking points due to stength and the resiliency tolerance of the bone.

Speed wouldn't matter if the vehicle runs that 90 lb person over.

Not enough information. Basically, you need to divide the number of miles by the number of gallons.

1 pound = 0.45359237 kilograms, so ...12,000 pounds = 5,443 kilograms (rounded to the nearest whole number)

If the question is a proportion then the answer is 4.2. 7x3/5=4.2

If you are asking about spark plug locations, the answer is no, they are not all odd on one side, depends on the engine you are talking about.

the speed is a unit of measure used to describe the rate of movement. As in the car went 35 mph while it drove down the street.

30,000 vehicles based on a 25 gallon tank

70 km/hrThe idea is to divide the distance by the time.

pi x( r squared )x heightnew author: 3/2=1.5. 1.5 x 1.5 x 3.14=7.065. --> 7.065 x 8 = 56.52so volume of can = 56.52in3

The smaller lines approx. 3/16" at the side of the radiator

you find out by farting on your self or cat

20 seconds, or as far as you can see down the road.

no my friends car rolled down the drive into the middle of the road with the hand brake on the snow and ice just helped it to slide down

An hour is 60 minutes, so the cyclist would travel 2.4 x 6=14.4 mph (miles per hour)

It is 211.266mph http://www.unitconversion.org/unit_converter/velocity-ex.html

The #1 is usually the piston that's slightly ahead left or right at the front of the engine ? http://rayducharme.ws/

Good question. First you should understand that not all tires do, many are solid, some have nitrogen instead of air. Automobile tires were once usually solid, but the pneumatic tire (tyre) was a far more comfortable ride, and it was lighter and cheaper.

well if money isn't an object than take it to the car dealership and see what they can do....and if u don't like the color it is than buy a new car lol :)

36 minutes = 0.6 hour [36/60 = 0.6]. So: (0.6 hour) X (64 miles/hour) = 38.4 miles

the main purpose of a car is to transport people & belongings to another location from where you started

Depends on what vehicle you burn this gallon of gas in.

To do this you need to know:60 second in a minute60 minutes in an hour1609.344 meters in one mileNow first work out how far one would travel running at that speed in one minute, by finding how far you would have traveled in one second-100/9.7 = 10.30927835051546 meters /secondThen multiply by 60 ...

I am not sure if the term is used in cars and vehicles, but in the mechanics of materials, Mohr's circle is a graphical approach for finding solutions of stresses (or strains) of an element when the coordinate axes are rotated by a certain angle. In other words when you want to find the stresses ...

10-15 feet . You need to be 2 full seconds behind. Pick stationary object vehicle in front passes, then count how long until you pass the same object. Not 2 seconds? Increase you following distance!Another rule of thumb is to stay behind one car length for every 10 miles per hour, so at 35 mph yo...

Mitsubishi i: 126/99 MPG it's all electric and it only cost $2 every time you run out of electricity.

The quickest way to tell if you even have a Limited Slip or Posi-Trac is to jack both rear tires off the ground at the same time. Then try to rotate one side in one direction or the other. If you have a LS the other tire will follow along but maybe a little slow or not respond to your movements r...

If a system is inconsistent it cannot have any solutions.A system of equations is considered inconsistent when the lines are parallel which means they never intersect so there are no solutions.A system is considered consistent when they intersect at one point and have one solution (Also known as ...

The typical weight of a car is 500 kg. Many other SUVs weigh more than that and can weigh 1000kg. Many American-made sedans weigh more than Japanese sedans.

That depends on speed and the ability to maintain that speed.If I can walk at 3 miles per hour and never stop or slow then I can travel 72 miles in a 24 hour period. (3 times 24 is 72)If I fly at 100 miles an hour and not need to refuel then I can go 2400 miles. (100 times 24 equals 2400)If I wal...

it would travel 1,384km in 24 days

That depends on the relative sizes of the gear shafts used to transmit power from the motor to the wheel. For instance, if they were the same size, and no gears in between, then the wheel would rotate 400 times a minute (RPM), which is 6.66 times a second. But usually gears transmit power in such...

It the the term used for a person purchasing a vehicle for another person with no benefit to themselves.

There are 3.2808 feet in every meter. That would mean that 525 meters is the same as 1,722.42 feet

on average they can travel 1000 miles....in one day

1011 miles, divided by 25 MPG = 40.44 gallons for the trip40.44 gallons multiplied by 3.25 price per gallon = $131.43 is the cost of the trip

If a car travels at 55 mph for 3 hours, how far does it go?A. 165 miles C. 275 milesB. 192.5 miles D. 550 miles

Unless your car has a floating chassis and a propeller, you won't be able to complete the task of "driving your car" to Paris from Tamarac, FL.

Either you have one of the bulbs burnt out or the wrong size bulb installed.

The vehicle would be traveling at 125 mph.

It's approx .4 or 2/5ths of a mile per minute . ie 40k =25 mph divided by 60 to get mp/minutes equels .4 approx

Try moving the gearshift as you try to start the engine. If it will try to crank when the gearshift is slightly out of Park or Drive, you probably just have a mis-aligned neutral lockout switch.

incorrect, the correct answer is . 38 027.917 mph

The over-all size of the tire and wheel would change the calibration of the speedometer/odometer.

Check the plugs/ wires/ coil. Check the fuel injection. If that still doesn't fix it, you've got a bad cylinder.

4 times the impact.The formula is 1/2 mass times velocity squared.

Wagons were used widely after the production of cars... The first car is credited to Benz in 1893, however Ford started mass production in 1910 of automobiles which lowered the use of wagons... People still use horse and buggy wagons today in Lancaster area of Pennyslvania, PA. They are the Amish...

Check: KBB.com Autotrader.com Nada.com As my auto shop teacher once said, "Even a 1965 Corvair is somebody's baby." There are collectors for niche cars like Corvairs, Vegas, Pintos--look for car clubs (there are clubs for every car ever made), "Hemmings Motor News," in whatever incarnation it's n...

math riddle answer-use the rear defrogger ( with spaces)if not, i dunno... turn on the windsheild wiper?

Get a new dealer I do agree with the above answer as well, but... This is from my repair manual for a 2006 Grizzly 660. IGNITION SYSTEM ELEC TROUBLESHOOTING IF THE IGNITION SYSTEM FAILS TO OPERATE (NO SPARK OR INTERMITTENT SPARK Procedure Check: 1.Fuse (main, ignition) 2.Battery 3.Spark plug 4.Ig...

Assuming you're talking electronics: Power = Voltage x Current. Or, W = V x I. Also, in physics: Power = Work/Time. Also, Power = Force x Velocity

It is strongly dependent on the driving style, road conditions, vehicle weight & air pressure they are subjected to. Also different types of tires are designed for different durabilities. Some super high-performance tires are only rated for a few thousand miles, while other tires can be desig...

Depends on what Hybrid you get, a Prius Hybrid costs different than a Lexus Hybrid...

Yes the 60 is just the height of the tyre as long as it is the same inch tyre (16) and same tyres are fitted in pairs front or rear axle.

average velocity = miles/hours = (100 + 30)/(2 + 1) = 130/3 ≈ 43.33 miles/hour

At 80 km/hr - which I am assuming is what you meant by 80 km, a car will travel 120 km. To make that journey in 2 hours, it must travel at 120 km/2 hr or 60 km/hr.

If your car overheats and then wants to die or runs rough when trying to restart you may have warped or cracked your head and/or blown your head gasket. If the head is cracked there will probably be oil in your engine compartment or condensed coolant. If the head is warped and/or your head gasket...

If this is a UK question I suggest that you contact DVLA Swansea for clarification As far as I am aware lighting offences are non endorsible.

This is a pointless question. There is no information on the traveller or mode of transport. Is it a photon of light? a snail? a person walking? flying?

I though you just get 6 pints on you're licence and a £350 fine.

Concrete weighs about 150#'s per cubic foot. Given that your measurements are 2'x2'x4', the block contains about 16 cubic feet. 16 cubic feet of concrete at 150#'s is about 2400#'s per block.

At a constant speed of 60 mph, you are traveling 1 mile per minute. It will take you 50 minutes to travel 50 miles.

I am a flat rate mechanic and I have experience with this and had to do my own research to get answers.Yes, absolutly you can leave work if theres no money to be made. But think of this too.... You have 3 choices in my opinion:1. Your employer HAS TO pay you at least minimum wage for every hour y...

Speedometer measure thing in mph (Miles Per Hour) or kph (Kilometers Per Hour).

The distance a piston travels within the cylinder bore, from the very top to the very bottom. This limit is the stroke.

In general about 3500 lbs. A 4000 or 4250 lb. car would be heavy and a light sports car might be 2650 to 2800 lbs. Roughly 1 1/2 to 2 tons.

the wheelbase is the length from the center of the right front wheel to the center of the right rear wheel and the track is the length from the right rear tire to the left rear tire

A small skinny car is best. you can even cut out peices of wood in the shape to make it lighter.

The distance needs to be further apart from the car in front

they keep the front wheels from moving any more forward or backward than they currently are. Usually attached to the control arms and mounted to the frame or unibody bu a bushing.

DOUBLE WISHBONE suspension is the simplest, most effective way to maintain a constant camber angle in an independent suspension. The problem with using a torsion bar suspension (such as that featured on the Datsun 240Z) or a swing axle suspension (As on the original Volkswagen Beetle) is that the...

Based on some recent information, in the UK it looks like its about 166 gpk (grams per kilometre) http://www.cleangreencars.co.uk/jsp/cgcmain.jsp?lnk=401&featureid=601

The answer to this is difficult as you have not supplied enough information. You will need to know several things to be able to answer your question such as :- size of lorry, what weight is it, how fast is it going, is the road wet or dry. These are just a few of many details yo

Brake lines should never freeze. The fluids the lines contain aren't freezable content.

AnswerThe numbers on the side of tires mean the sizes and heights of the tire in question. If the numbers weren't there no one would know the tire size. More exactly... Taking 195/75R14 as an example...The first number is the measurment in milimeters of the widest part of the tread- The second nu...

Yes you can depending on the wattage of the amp. i personally would only put two 12's on one amp. cause it will still bump hard!!(:

none because it wouldn't be enough power to make a car go

198 ft per second * 60 seconds * 60 minutes =712800 feet per hour / 5280 feet in a mile =135 miles