• Would a spark plug from a bus work in a car/truck?

    If you removed a spark plug from a a bus (school bus or a public transport bus) could it be used for a smaller vehicle? Or do they come in incompatible types/sizes? ...Asking for a friend.
    If you removed a spark plug from a a bus (school bus or a public transport bus) could it be used for a smaller vehicle? Or do they come in incompatible types/sizes? ...Asking for a friend.
    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • What do give your daughter for high school graduation?

    I’m not buying her a car, she has to do that herself, and she will be commuting from home to school. Any ideas???
    I’m not buying her a car, she has to do that herself, and she will be commuting from home to school. Any ideas???
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should driver's of hybrids pay more for gasoline?

    Best answer: I think we should pay for what we use. On another topic, this is what the people who make your suv are saying...

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-05-21/carmakers-tell-white-house-that-climate-change-is-real-in-letter
    Best answer: I think we should pay for what we use. On another topic, this is what the people who make your suv are saying...

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-05-21/carmakers-tell-white-house-that-climate-change-is-real-in-letter
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can my this 4 cylinder truck sustain these speeds or will it overheat the engine?

    Best answer: Overheat is a small problem. If it even happens. 2 things to know. Is it the long stroke or short stroke engine? If long stroke. 1/2 of red line rpm. Short stroke 2/3 rpm of red line. Over that is when you loose a timing belt. When that happens you can often view a rod end threw the side of the block. Or less... show more
    Best answer: Overheat is a small problem. If it even happens. 2 things to know. Is it the long stroke or short stroke engine? If long stroke. 1/2 of red line rpm. Short stroke 2/3 rpm of red line. Over that is when you loose a timing belt. When that happens you can often view a rod end threw the side of the block. Or less often a rod just lets loose. Then you look under the vehicle were the last oil is dripping from the pan to see it. But over heat normally happens when you are doing 2 to 3 mpr. Pulling a 10% or better rubble grade up a mountain side. In low gear. Coming down you check for brake overheat. Often it pays to stop & just let all cool off. Above 45 mpr you are into hard wind. Hard to over heat a vehicle above 45 mpr. Unless pump is out. Or no fluid in it.
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • What do i need to put a car on the road?

    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • So a friend of mines just bought a truck that s about the size of a big U haul truck.?

    Just for some more ideas, what are some services he can provide to make some real money? Is transporting goods from FedEx or Amazon an option (third party)?
    Just for some more ideas, what are some services he can provide to make some real money? Is transporting goods from FedEx or Amazon an option (third party)?
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Could I market a car that goes faster than 500mph?

    Would they let me market it? It came to me in a dream.
    Would they let me market it? It came to me in a dream.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • How difficult is it to operate a car with v8 engine?

    I’ve only been driving for 2 years but I’m interested in purchasing a 2016 camaro 2ss. I’d consider myself a fairly decent driver but I never drove a sports car with a v8 engine and I’d like to take it for a test drive at the dealership. Is it difficult to drive a car with about 400-500hp with little experience? Do... show more
    I’ve only been driving for 2 years but I’m interested in purchasing a 2016 camaro 2ss. I’d consider myself a fairly decent driver but I never drove a sports car with a v8 engine and I’d like to take it for a test drive at the dealership. Is it difficult to drive a car with about 400-500hp with little experience? Do I have to tap on the gas very lightly. I’d hate to crash the car or spin out on the highway while test driving it. That would be extremely embarrassing.
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Gas Stations – All closed in neighborhood. Why?

    Best answer: The high cost of replacing underground storage tanks to meet new state and federal standards.
    Best answer: The high cost of replacing underground storage tanks to meet new state and federal standards.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • 2 axel vehicle will be on tow dolly hauled by a another 2 axel vechile (SUV), going from east coast to west coast. How do the tolls work?

    Best answer: Each State set their own policies, in Washington we have toll bridges and toll express lanes, bridges are billed per axle, lanes are billed same as cars, but access limited to 10K max combined gross weight.
    Best answer: Each State set their own policies, in Washington we have toll bridges and toll express lanes, bridges are billed per axle, lanes are billed same as cars, but access limited to 10K max combined gross weight.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • I own a 2015 Ford Escape SE, 4WD, 1.6. It has the autolamp feature and I m wondering if there s a way to make the autolamps turn on sooner?

    as it s getting darker? I turn mine on and while I m driving, other vehicles I see, their headlights are already on but mine don t on until it s almost dark. I m almost certain these other vehicles are using the autolamp feature on their vehicles also.
    as it s getting darker? I turn mine on and while I m driving, other vehicles I see, their headlights are already on but mine don t on until it s almost dark. I m almost certain these other vehicles are using the autolamp feature on their vehicles also.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would you rather have a Toyota Camry or Toyota Avalon?

    Best answer: ive had Camry for donkey years and its not let me down
    Best answer: ive had Camry for donkey years and its not let me down
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • What's your weekend ride?

    The one you ride for leisure; as opposed to commuting, duh! Me? Don't ask! I don't want to brag but... My weekend ride is as fast as a Ferrari Enzo! I bought it for an equivalent of $7000 a few years ago, has the same 0-60 as The Enzo albeit slightly worse (0.2sec slower) quarter mile. It returns 40MPG... show more
    The one you ride for leisure; as opposed to commuting, duh! Me? Don't ask! I don't want to brag but... My weekend ride is as fast as a Ferrari Enzo! I bought it for an equivalent of $7000 a few years ago, has the same 0-60 as The Enzo albeit slightly worse (0.2sec slower) quarter mile. It returns 40MPG with a heavy throttle. Can you guess it?
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do you think the future is electric?

    Best answer: The two big problems with electric vehicles currently is range ( how much energy the batteries can hold ) and recharging time. These will need to be solved for electric vehicles to become viable over internal combustion engines. Hydrogen ( either directly as a fuel in an ICE or powering a fuel cell ) certainly... show more
    Best answer: The two big problems with electric vehicles currently is range ( how much energy the batteries can hold ) and recharging time. These will need to be solved for electric vehicles to become viable over internal combustion engines.

    Hydrogen ( either directly as a fuel in an ICE or powering a fuel cell ) certainly solves the refueling time issue and it is far better for the environment. The big issue with hydrogen is the lack of a distribution network.

    By the way, electric vehicles still create emissions. First there is the mining of the metals that make up the batteries and also how the electricity is generated to power the vehicles. A coal-fired electrical generating station can emit a lot of pollutants to produce the electricity to power an EV. The emissions won't come out of the vehicle tail pipe but it will still be generated somewhere.
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Learning how to drive for the first time is a disaster. What to do?!!?

    Best answer: You just need more practice.
    Best answer: You just need more practice.
    6 answers · 4 days ago