Can you hit the highway with your car pulling to the right while driving?

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It depends on how hard the pull is. It would be safest to get your vehicle fixed before getting on the highway.

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Why While driving the vehicle pulls to the right?

Uneven tyre pressure. Brake binding

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Why does the pulls to right while drive?

Could be a soft tire, a different size tire, out of alignment, worn steering parts, worn suspension parts, frozen brake caliper, a bad wheel bearing.

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Why does the car pull to the right while braking?

Bad right caliper or air in the left caliper, soaked pads on the left side, dirt in the brake fluid balancer thingy....answer: Also check your wheel bearings. and make certain they haven't deteriorated.

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What are your rights while in a car pulled over?

You have all rights as usual. However, you are required to stay in the car as it is an act of aggression to get out and/or approach an officer taht has pulled you over.

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Why do your wheel shake and pull to the right when you are driving?

Check the front end components. Most likely there is a loose or worn part causing the shaking of the wheels.

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Is your car supposed to pull to the right?

Cars designed for driving on the right side of the road are manufactured to pull slightly to the right.This is to prevent the car from drifting into oncoming traffic if the driver falls asleep at the wheel.If your car is pulling significantly, it's a good idea to get it checked.

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What can cause the car to pull to the right?

A soft tire,worn steering parts,out of alignment,

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What is wrong if car pulls to the right when hit the brakes?

The two main possibilites are. (1)Brake caliper and/or brake hose. (2) Suspension/steering parts worn/loose

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Your car pulls to the right when you take your hand of the steering wheel?

it could be out of alignment...

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Why would your car pull back while driving?

Fuel starvation is a likely possibility, fuel starvation is from a clogged fuel filter or fuel pump that is bad.Also if the vehicle had previously ran out of gas that could also add to possibility of fuel starvation, reason being some residual air left in the fuel lines, in this case it would be ...

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Why does your car pull to the right?

That all depends on the alignment of your vehicle's tires. Some cars pull to the left as well.

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Car pulls to the right?

steering alignment needs to be checked

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Can you drive on a highway with furniture on top of your car?

Yes, but depending on how you tie it down and how large the furniture is, it could fall off.If it is too heavy, it might also crush the roof.

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Can you drive on the highway with a spare?

When you are driving on the temporary spare tire, you need to keep your speed down.It's not a full tire, and it is not meant to be driven as one.You will want to keep your speed to 50 MPH or below.Since you can't go above 50, this means that you cannot drive on the highway with it.

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Where should you move your vehicle if you break down while driving on the highway?

The National Safety Council suggests the following measures when your car breaks down or has a flat tire on the highway.At the first sign of car trouble, gently and smoothly take your foot off the accelerator.Do not brake hard or suddenly.Carefully work your vehicle toward the breakdown lane or t...

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Can you drive a right hand drive car with your left leg in plaster?

Which hand drive it is doesn't matter, as both left and right drive have the same pedal arrangement.Driving a car with a manual gearbox require two functional legs, so that's probably not a good idea. But driving a car with an auto tranny should be readily doable with only one useful leg.

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Can you drive on the highway with a learners permit?

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Driver hit your car with a piece of debris from the highway resulting in damage to my car?

It's not clear what your question is. You should be able to claim insurance on it.

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Why does your car make clicking sound and try to die when you hit the brakes while driving?

try not to jam the brakes tap them slowly it might help

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Can you sue the owner if his car hits your car while parked?

I would think it would be negligence for not securing his car properly that it moved on it's own to injure you.In short, YES sue him into the stone age.

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Your car pulls to the right only when you acelerate hard whats wrong?

You fail to list what vehicle, and how severe it is. So, I can only tell you that if you have a car with an engine developing quite a bit of horsepower and it is front wheel drive, (FWD), you may be experiencing what is commonly referred to as Torque Steer. Torque steer is common in FWD vehicles ...

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While travelling on a road inside school grounds. Approach a car park to right car waiting to turn Car pulls out of a car park hits right hand side of the car Who is liable?

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Why does your car pull to the right when you brake?

Assuming you have disc brakes, it could be,a sticky or stuck brake caliper on the left side brake.Grease or brake fluid on the friction surface on the left side brake.A restricted brake hose/line on the left side brake.Air in the hydraulic lines on the left side brake.

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What happens if you pull the key out while driving?

In modern vehicles, you cannot remove the key with the engine on.Even if you can do it due to some defects, you will lock the steering wheel.In that condition, you won't be able to drive the car because the transmission, steering, and engine won't work in that case.

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Car revs when hitting the gas while driving with an automaic transission?

Transmission slipping? Try having fluid and filter changedIf that doesn't help may require a rebuild

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Can you be charged for hitting your car with bat?

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Can you drive your car while it is overheating?

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Can you drive your car while its leaking diesel?

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Can you drive smart car on highway?

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What should you do if you hit ice while driving?

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What do you look for when your 4WD suburban pulls to the right?

uneven wear of the tires, needs an alinement done or it could be a bad tie rod end or something along that line check it out with a mechanic

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Can you drive a car with the steering wheel on the right side in the US?

Yes, it is legal to drive a vehicle with the steering wheel on the right in the United States.Since most right-hand-drive vehicles are manufactured for non-United States markets, they may not meet those specifications and will require significant modification.

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What would cause a whistling sound when you turn the wheel to the right while driving?

Common problem, easy solution, three possibilities only. Either, the power steering fluid is low or one of the belts at the engine need to be replaced or the power steering pump is worn and needs to be replaced. Check to see how much fluid is in the power steering pump, if full then replace every...

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What causes a car to pull to the right?

Low air pressure in right front tire, or vehicle out of alignment. Another possibility is a brake caliber sticking.also make sure all tyres have the same amount of tread and air pressure check your brakes they are the real cause of pulling in my opinion

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What does it mean when your car pulls to the right?

Uneven air pressure is a very common reason for a vehicle to pull to one side.When the pressure in a tire is lower on one side, the height of the tire changes.This causes the wheel alignment to change.A low rear tire can also change front wheel alignment and cause a pull.

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Can you drive a Smart car on the highway?

Re: can I drive smart car along pacific coast highway? A Smart car is street legal in California.While it is grossly underpowered compared to most other vehicles, it must certain requirements and that includes the ability to drive safely at speed.And, so, yes, you can drive PCH.

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What are the causes of car pulling to the right?

Faulty alignment would be my first suspect. Check your steer axle tires for unusual wear patterns - particularly, cupping on the inner edge. Check the tire pressure, as well... an underinflated tire has increased surface contact, and thus creates more drag.Steering components are another possibil...

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Can you drive your car with the emergency break up?

Partially engaged and you will burn you rear brake shoes/pads up. Fully engaged the car will not move.

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Why is my car shaking and pulling to the right?

Try swapping the front tires left to right and see if this changes any thing.If the vibration or shimmy is below 25mph it is a seperated tire, 30-75 mph it is wheel balance but this will not make the vehicle pull.Sounds like a bad tire.Yes, a bad tire can cause a pull and shimmy from minimal to s...

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Can you still drive your car with the tire thumping?

It is not safe at all to do so.

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Why does my car pull to the right?

Two possibilities:1) low air pressure in the right tire;2) front end is out of alignment;

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Do all cars naturally pull to the right?

Cars designed for driving on the right side of the road are manufactured to pull slightly to the right.This is to prevent the car from drifting into oncoming traffic if the driver falls asleep at the wheel.If your car is pulling significantly, it's a good idea to get it checked.

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Your 2002 F350 has steering wheel pulls The steering wheel pulls right or left as you are driving down the road All front end components are good?

Tires worn? Check Tire pressure

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1 on left side car 2 pulls up on right side car 1 decides to go right and hits car 2?

the guy should not hit the 2 cars on the right and he should not go near them

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What happens to your car if you continue to drive it while the timing is off?

You'll damage (probably seriously) the engine and related components such as the transmission and drive-shaft - how bad will depend on how "off" the timing is.

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Can you switch to 4wd while driving?

Older 4WD systems must be manually shifted between 2WD and 4WD and from 4HI to 4LO while the vehicle is stopped.Newer s 4 wheel drive systems have electronic push button 'on the fly' features that let you shift while driving.An AWD car can deliver all engine torque to all four wheels all the time.

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If your partner is driving while your car causes a violation can the points be out with them?

In any place I've lived, whoever is driving gets the citation and the points.

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Can cop charge driver with careless driving if passenger pulled emergency brake causing car to crash?

It's up to the officer. If he thinks it's the drivers' fault, then yes he will charge the driver.Added: Officers on the scene investigating a traffic accident can only issue a ticket to the operator of the vehilce who they determine was at fault. Their job is NOT to decide whether your story is t...

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Why does your car jerk when you hit the gas while turning left?

It doess that because the fuel pump is being shifted and the gas is being pressured causing a sudden jerk.

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A truck hit you while merging into your lane?

If you are in a lane, you own it. You are not required by law to accept anybody into your lane, no matter what. It is their job to find an opening, and merge safely. That's what's tough about getting on the freeway, or merging when a lane ends. You need to wait until somebody lets you in. If they...

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Why while driving on the highway your indicator light comes on in your 1995 Chrysler Sebring why?

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Who is at fault in a shopping mall parking lot where you are driving forward through the lanes turning left into the drive lane when a car coming from your right hits your right rear end of the ca?

It depends if you pulled out without looking and/or too quickly so as to cut off the car on your right it's your fault. If you were moving very slow and they didnt see you and hit you its their fault. Although.. It is your responsibility as the car NOT in the driving lane to yield to the car IN t...

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Do you pull to the right of a truck who appears to be turning to the right?

obviously not if the truck is in the right turning lane and turning right you should keep your distance and follow behind safely

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Your car squeals while in motion but stops when you hit the brakes?

have your brakes checked

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Is highway driving bad for your car?

City driving also typically involves rough roads and potholes, giving a car's suspension more of a workout.The answer is highway driving.While it might seem like the low speeds and occasional idling associated with city driving are easier on a car than high-velocity highway travel, the truth is e...

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Can you put your car in 4 wheel drive while driving?

Older 4WD systems must be manually shifted between 2WD and 4WD and from 4HI to 4LO while the vehicle is stopped.Newer s 4 wheel drive systems have electronic push button 'on the fly' features that let you shift while driving.An AWD car can deliver all engine torque to all four wheels all the time.

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When driving a slow moving vehicle on a two lane highway when should you pull over?

ONLY when there's a wide shoulder or a parking lot, and the highway is straight and not near a curve straight ahead.

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What happens to cars when you pull out spark plug while the car is running?

You get sprayed with gas, the spark plug zaps you, and the engine might stall. No real damage, but then again the fact that the spark plug turns into a giant electrical bullet if you take it out as the piston reaches it turn might detour you from this course of action. Wives/neighbors generally d...

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Can you go out of the country with your car while under auto loan?

Yes - as long as you continue to make payments, the finance company doesn't care where you travel with the vehicle.

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What is wrong if you hit a couple of curbs with the car at 40kmh and at speeds of 90 kmh and higher it starts to shake violently and pulls slighly to the right?

I HAD A SIMILAR PROBLEM A FEW YEARS AGO. IT TURNED OUT TO BE THE LINKAGE ON THE PITMAN OR THE IDLER ARM?. I TIGHTENED IT UP AND IT SEEMED TO HELP A LOT. IT REDUCED THE SHIMMY A GREAT DEAL. YOU MIGHT TRY INSPECTING THE TIRE TREAD AND LOOK FOR TREAD SEPARATING. THIS CAN CAUSE A SHIMMY OF THE FRONT ...

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Why does your car's steering wheel turn to the right when you are driving?

If you mean Pulls to the right, then this can be caused by an under inflated tire, front end out of alignment, or incorrect tire size/wheel on the right front. Check the air pressure in all tires and adjust to specs as outlined on the drivers door post or owners manual. Check to make sure all tir...

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What will happen if you continue to drive your car while the timing is off?

If you continue to drive your car while the timing is off,your motor will start to act a little funny.I would NOT suggest you continously drive your car like that.

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If you hit a person with your car?

First thing you need to do is stop the car and call 911, if there is a cross walk near you check the sign to see if it had the okay for the person to walk across the street or not. check on the person you just hit to make sure they are okay. Get all your paper work ready for the police. Stay clam...

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What happens if you hit a cyclist with your car?

If the driver fails to notice the bike and turns in front of him, he can cause the bike to hit the car, or run into the bike during the turn.When the person opens the door into traffic, usually without looking first, a bike can plow into the car and the cyclist get injured quickly.

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Will it hurt your car if you keep changing gears while at highway speeds?

rapidly changing gears in anything will hurt the vechicle but not slowing down will not

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Is driving on the highway better for your car?

The answer is highway driving.While it might seem like the low speeds and occasional idling associated with city driving are easier on a car than high-velocity highway travel, the truth is exactly the opposite.The result is that a city-driven car's engine is constantly working, as are the brakes ...

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What is wrong with my 1990 Chevrolet Cavalier if it is pulling really hard to the left while you are driving?

Did you hit anything like a curb, a pothole or anything that may have knocked the alignment out? have you checked the left front tire pressure? You may have what is called a radial pull where some cords or plys have broken inside the tire. If you didn't hit anything, and the tire is properly infl...

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What happens when you hit a pedestrian with your car?

In the event you hit a pedestrian, you will likely have to face punishment that can include fines, imprisonment and the loss of your license.Drivers who hit a pedestrian by accident, report the accident and/or the pedestrian recklessly crosses roads will likely avoid being liable for these conseq...

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What would cause a vehicle to pull to the right?

One of the Most Common Causes of Pulling is Wheel Alignment The most common reason a car pulls to one side is that the wheel alignment is off.Wheel alignment is exactly what it sounds like: your wheels and axles make a rectangle, parallel to each other and at a right angle to the road.

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Can you drive a right sided car in the US?

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Why would a cars engine suddenly stop while driving down the highway?

Check to see if you are getting fuel and spark

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Can you drive a right handed car in the US?

Yes, rural mail carriers do it.

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It's perfectly legal to ride in the back of a motorhome.But, is it legal to ride in a travel trailer while it's being towed? The laws are different in each state.However, some states require safety glass to be installed in the trailer to legally transport passengers.

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If he or she is a licensed driver and some states have an age requirement. They have to meet the state laws for driving. If they don't, no they can't drive.

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As “off-road” vehicles, mini trucks are legal to drive in all 50 states on most unpaved roads, in rural areas, and on private property.

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You can drive a car with any faulty part, but in doing so it will cause more damage to another part somewhere else. With a faulty Exhaust manifold you will be damaging your Valves, and possible your pistons, connecting rods etc...

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Can you drive into Bulgaria with your car?

Yes, of course! Make sure you have valid insurance.drive from Dubai to Bulgaria

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Can you drive your car with a cracked engine block?

You can drive a car with a cracked engine block, but it will eventually stop running. The engine will go out completely after time.

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Can you drive your car with a gas leak?

Yes, but you must understand the dangers involved; driving your car with a gas leak (depending on what, where, and how bad) is like driving with a small bomb - the right set of circumstances can cause a fire or worse. IE: it is NOT smart.

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Can you drive your car with a bad o2 sensor?

O2 is the oxygen sensor in your vehicles exhaust system to reduce the harmful and poisonous fumes when the motor is running.You can drive it just fine with the broken sensor; it just means the vehicle can't properly monitor and adjust the fuel/air mixture properly.

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What if you accidentally turned the key to the right while the car was already started?

It makes a horrible grinding noise as the starter motor turns over, but doesn't do any damage (well I hope it doesn't).

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Can you drive with your provisional Licence?

Your provisional licence gives you the right to drive a vehicle, provided you're accompanied by someone over 21 who's had a full licence for at least three years.

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Is it safe to drive your car after you hit a curb?

Sure. Most people hit the curb on a daily basis. As long as you didn't pop your tires.

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Your 1995 subaru legacy wagon dies while driving at intermittant times for no obvious reason you pull over and restart the car and drive until it does it again any ideas as to what can cause this?

Hello, it might be a bad crank case positioning sensor, or a fuel pump in the gas tank going bad. This happen to my wifes 88 berretta GT.well i have had the exact problem in my 98 gt wagon. i had the cam sensor changed ,fuel pump, full electric overhaul and still did the same thing.now the proble...

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Can you press charges if someone hit your house with there car?

Sure. I recommend them paying to you if they crash their car to your house if they're upset about something or someone.!.

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How long can you drive your car with paper plates?

It depends on local legislation

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Can you drive your car with expired license?

Not legally. You can do anything but that doesn't mean you won't get in trouble for it if a cop catches you.

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Can you drive your car with creamy oil?

No! (Laughs)

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Can you drive your car with a broken hand?

You can, but it would be hard and I would not recommend it.

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Can you drive your car with milky white oil?

Be best not to, best idea is go buy a whole new headgasket due to it being cracked or you got a blown headgasket.

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Can you drive your car with a broken thermostat?

If it is failed in a closed position then you cannot really drive it with the thermostat broken, as the engine would overheat.This however will not generally have any impact on the ability to drive the car, at least if you let it warm up before you start driving.

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Can you drive your car with expired tags?

You can get pulled over for driving with expired tags.On the bright side, driving with expired tags is usually a non-moving violation.If registration tags are not affixed to your license plate, you can get a ticket.Do not leave them in the glove box or forget them at home.

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Can you drive your car with obd code p0420?

Yes, DTC P0420 refers to a catalytic converter that is not work properly. It doesn't hurt the engine/safe to drive, but will fail for above exhaust emission.DTC P0420 = Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 1) You can drive it but it would be wise to have the vehicle checked out as soo...

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What are my rights when pulled over with a weapon in the car?

Depends on whether you're doing it legally or not.

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Whats wrong when driving down the highway taking a gradual left turn and your car shakes very badly but it doesn't do it when you turn right?

i would first check wheel bearings on front wheels There are quite a few possibilities; worn wheel bearing (that depends on the type of wheel bearing), loose wheel studs, tire balance, CV joint. Whatever it is, you should probably take care of it soon.

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Can you drive with your permanet license?

If your license is valid and you have the minimum required insurance yes you can.

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