I’ve read that we have about 50 years before we run out of oil. So what happens to gasoline and what the hell can cars run on when they disappear? What can every vehicle run on that’s not gasoline ?
Sure, take the vehicle to the shop and let them diagnose it. When they tell you what the issue is, decline the repair and take the vehicle.
Just be aware that you will be charged for the diagnosis. Many shops have a set rate for this, such as one hour labour for example.
The car has no accidents. It's been well maintained.
Here's a theoretical situation:
Let's say someone saved up $14,000 in cash and went to a dealership to buy a $20,000 MSRP car.
Do you guys think that the dealership would take that? It's a really big discount but I feel like if they saw all that money in one place, it would make them at least...
Only buy cars with timing chains, correct?
Did the little piggy cry wee, wee, wee, all the way home?
Was just thinking of all the bikes I've owned over the years, thought about asking others.
Here's my list-
Started by riding on the back of my uncle's HD at 9 yo.
Rebuilt a home-made dirt-scoot with a B&S engine at 13.
First new bike- Honda Super 90.
A Greeves 360 Challenger (fun bike).
Go to n auto parts store and have them test battery and charging system for you. it's a free service they offer.
The higher the octane the faster the fuel burns. The less power you get from it so lower fuel millage but faster acceleration. More power from low octane fuel better for steep grades & hauling. Better millage. I do add about a 1/4 bottle of fuel line cleaner to my vehicle a month. But I live 3rd world. Dirt...
I need new tires for my 2006 Impala but I don t know much about tires. I need some reliable tires that will provide good grip and everything for a low price. What are your recommendations?
Follow all the rules, pass the written test the first time, practice driving a LOT and when allowed pass the driving test. Can you speed up the process? Hell no.
Yes, if you pay cash. However, you aren't old enough to buy insurance, which means you cannot register the car, which means you cannot drive it.
Better for Whom, How?
Better for the dealer and manufacturer, yes.
Better for you if you can afford it and cant do routine maintenance.
Better as it has the best warranty a car can have.
Better as less worries of a breakdown.
Worse as a new car depreciates 50% in 3 years. And, often a new model doesnt have...