call local law enforcement and ask them
You can be charged up to 600 dollars for hitting a car with a snowball. You can also be arrested and charged with assault.
unless you have chains or studs it would be 0 friction
Disconnect the battery, remove the cover, remove the spark plug cables and boots, then remove the old spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, replace the cables and boots, replace the cover and connect the battery.
When the highway patrol posts signs say so or whenever there is a blizzard-like snow condition. Better safe than sorry... That is an excellent and true response also,. I had my personal training in such conditions driving in the Maine winters . Not often did I use them but did have them in case.
Water normally boils at around 212 Degrees Fahrenheit at 1 atmosphere of pressure. Raise the pressure under which the water is stored and the boiling point goes up. The addition of a chemical such as Ethylene Glycol also elevates the boiling point. So the answer depends on how much pressure the s...
Driving on a hard surface with the transfer case engaged to four high or four low can cause serious damage to the transfer case and drivetrain, especially if you have no-slip or limited-slip differentials.
You can if the roads are clear.
Because the car is not moving
Not sure where your at but I'm in Northern BC Canada so we get a heck of a lot of snow. I find the best thing to do is just get a small hammer and tap the inside of your wheel-well hard enough to knock the ice loose but not hard enough to cause damage.Try GENTLY hitting the fender just above the ...
Driving a semi-truck involves a lot of math on a daily basis. Calculating how many miles the trip is and how much time you have to get there, the hours on duty for the day, and the total hours on duty for the week. There is also the weight of the load versus the weight distribution on the trailer...
the only thing i can find different with the plow prep package is the toggle swith located on the dash is pre wired under you head liner so you can install a strobe light to it It would also have a beefed up front suspension, beefier alternator, possibly a beefier radiator. You would be hauling a...
The Chevrolet Camaro wasn't introduced until 1967.
Chains increase the surface area which increases the friction so you gain traction.
Some can - because they are designed to be able to spread their weight (displacement) over a wide enough area that can be supported by the bottom of the vehicle and sealing the bottom of said vehicle, along with re-routing exhaust/intake. Most don't float because they are not designed to.
A material that insulates, especially a nonconductor of sound, heat, or electricity. A device that insulates another material or space from something. For instance glass is a good insulator from electricity. The electrons will not flow through glass. Cork is a good insulator from sound. Sound wav...
Turn the front wheels in the direction the car is teraveling, Let the catch traction and carefully try to get the car stopped. If your on "ICE" and you don't have any type of added grip on the tires like studs or chains then it is unlikely you will regain control after losing traction with all fo...
yes you can it is easier if it is a compact car you are using i have tried it with a caddilac a cutlass plus a geo metro the metro was the best to use
A fair charge would be a reasonable hourly charge for your area plus a bit for fuel. My guess would be between $10 and $20 per hour. (Free for neighbours and the elderly.)
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
No, not if you are towing a vehicle with a tow rope. If the tow car loses traction it could cause both cars to veer of the road. If the towed vehicle is unable to stop, it could impact the tow vehicle. Either situation is bad, just shell out the money and pay a professional tow truck.
Do not panic. Get your foot out of the throttle. Loosen your grip on the steering wheel, but let your hands slide easily on the wheel. This will let the car's steer tires straighten out, and save your wrists and fingers from injury or sprains if the front wheel whips back. When the car straighten...
Yes, it is dangerous because it is a large accumulation of snow that usually comes with lightning. It can cause death. so yes it is dangerous Yes, it is dangerous because it is a large accumulation of snow that usually comes with lightning. It can cause death. so yes it is dangerous
it depends if its heavy or not. and if it is made with heavy materiel. it could be as heavy as you want it because there is no specific weight .
1st grade:Because ice make car go slippy.A little older:The ice reduces traction and friction between the wheels and the road, making it more difficult to steer and stop.P.S. If you are asking a question like that I recommend you read the the first answer.
1. Land Rovers or Range Rovers base on my experiences with one that I had. It can handle all weather condition.Just go to youtube when you are free and check out what this car is capable of doing.2. Mercedes Benz G-Class is my second on the list.The choice is all yours. Goodluck
White smoke generally indicates rich fuel mix, so probably only the antifreeze, or a sensor may be telling computer to make mix richer. Could also be steam when very cold out. Let it run and see what happens. once warm, see if smoke clears.