Is It Safe to Leave a Kitty Liter Box for One Cat in a 2 Car Garage with Two Cars?

Having both cats and a two car garage which contains cars, i am going to say yes. I would probably put it towards the house and in a corner somewhere. You might also want to put in a cat door of some kind so the cat can get to the box unless it is going to be living in the garage. We had a cat that lived in our garage for a while ans she would jump up on some shelving when we pulled the cars in. You might alse consider flushable litter and keeping the cat inside. The litter box itself should be no problem, you will probably have to keep a better eye on the cat. Making sure it is not under vechicles or that it does not run out of the garage, stuff like that

1. Can I replace my cars key ignition with a momentary switch?

in the 1930/s and 40/s the first self starter cars and trucks had the switch floor mounted next to the light dimmer. makes cars very easy to steal. electrical relays made it practical to move both switches to the steering column

2. How outdated does the Jetsons look?

Bah. Try watching Futurama. The setting is a thousand years in the future, but there are old-fashioned cathode ray tube television monitors. There are flying cars, but regular 20th century power lines. They seem to have lost the concept of a "remote control" in favor of the invention of the "fing-longer" to turn things on and off from across the room. Cartoons are meant to be funny. No one was trying to create an accurate portrayal of life in the distant future.

3. Why are police cars crown vics or dodge chargers?

Because of there high efficiency engines... The Ford was the first engine that was built. When our first police forces started to use cars instead of the horse and buggy, they had a contract with Ford... The Ford engine was and still is one of the most sturdy, and powerful engines out there that can handle the stress of constant changes in speed, and Weight shift. ... The Crown Vic is a heavy enough car to handle that.... Now The Charger is another story.....When you get older, I will tell it to you.............. LOL..... SEE YA

4. What courses do you need to Design Cars?

Most car companies look for a Bachelor of Science in Transportation Design (this includes cars, boats, trains, motorcycles, etc)

5. Researchers are sounding the alarm on a little-known risk of connected cars

You get out of the car, and quickly realize your car is not the only victim. On Fifth Avenue, about one in five cars is not moving, and traffic has effectively stopped. Chaos ensues. One of the cars ahead of you braked so hard that the car behind rear-ended it, and the driver needs medical attention. You hear a siren ringing, and realize that there's no way that the ambulance will be able to make it, with traffic at a standstill. This is the scenario sketched out in a recent paper published in the journal Physical Review E by researchers at Georgia Tech. The research team wanted to reveal how cybercrime might impact the real world, not just our digital identities, so they developed a model for how hackers might weaponize internet-connected cars (which is most new cars nowadays). When we think of hacks, we tend to think of data breaches like the ones that recently impacted Capitol One and Equifax customers. But those happened entirely on computers. Security breaches of cars could have a direct-and dangerous-effect on people and physical infrastructure like our roads. "There is this cyber-physical impact of hacked cars that we think really needs to be quantified and understood because virtually every car you can buy today is internet-connected to some degree," says Peter Yunker, an assistant professor of physics at Georgia Tech. And if self-driving cars-in which an entire vehicle is run autonomously using sensors-become more prevalent, as they are expected to do, the risk only increases. Yunker co-authored the research with post-doc Skanda Vivek and PhD student David Yanni from Georgia Tech and Jesse L. Silverberg from the advanced materials company Multiscale Systems. The idea was to build on existing research that examines hacking vulnerabilities in self-driving and connected cars. Such work typically focuses on isolated scenarios: A hacker remotely controlling a car and causing a crash; a hacker forcing a car to halt; a hacker fooling a car's sensors into thinking it should stop; or even a car detecting an attack and shutting down preemptively. The Georgia Tech researchers wanted to go a step further to investigate how a coordinated attack against thousands or millions of cars might impact cities as a whole. They ran simulations using an advanced physics model to understand how traffic would be affected in Manhattan if a certain percentage of cars on the road were stopped, and found that during rush hour, only 20% of the cars would need to be hacked to effectively freeze the grid. "As you pass 20%, things do not get that much worse, they are already so bad there's not much further to go down," Yunker says. "You do not know if the ambulance will be able to get to the person who needs it or the fire truck will be able to get to an emergency." To figure out this number, Yunker and his fellow researchers modeled a concept in physics called percolation. It's the same thing that happens when you make pour-over coffee: As you pour water into grounds, the liquid slowly makes its way to the bottom while it starts to drip into your mug. That does not happen if you only pour a few drops of water, but at some point, if you pour enough liquid, there's almost a 100% chance that it will find a pathway to the bottom of the grounds. The point at which this happens is called the percolation point. When it comes to the car hacking scenario, 20% of cars on the road being hacked is the percolation point because it prevents a car from getting from the tip of Manhattan all the way up the island. Yunker and his co-authors chose Manhattan because there's plenty of mapping and traffic data about the city. But they believe that a hack like this would have an even worse impact on a city like Atlanta or Los Angeles, because these cities are not based on grids and instead tend to have fewer numbers of large thoroughfares that you have slog through to get anywhere. Luckily, outside cybersecurity researchers do not think this particular scenario is very likely right now. Hacker Chris Valasek, who famously hijacked a car with fellow hacker Charlie Miller for the first time in 2013 (an incident that helped inspire this research), says it's enormously difficult to perform a remote hack with a single car, let alone with 20% of the cars on the road. "It assumes some kind of homogeneous similarities in all the vehicles," says Valasek, who now works as principal autonomous vehicle security architect and engineering manager at Cruise, a self-driving car startup owned by General Motors, and is not affiliated with the study. "Prior research we've done has shown a lot of vehicles are very different." Yunker points out that if there were a vulnerability across the security systems of all the internet-connected cars from one of the big automakers, that might be something that a hacker could exploit. But Valasek says that this is unlikely as well because many companies are designing cars to separate critical functions from noncritical functions. Gaining access to an entertainment system, for instance, would not grant a hacker access to a car's steering wheel as well. The research still has an important takeaway: Companies and regulators need to take connected car security seriously, says Charles Harry, a public policy professor and the director of operations at the Maryland Global Initiative in Cybersecurity at the University of Maryland who was not affiliated with the study. "While we want to move toward full autonomy, it might make a lot of sense for users to still be able to take over the car and operate in a more manual way," Harry says. In other words, every autonomous car should still have a steering wheel that a human can control-no futuristic car-pods that lack the basic mechanism for driving the old-fashioned way.

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The T5's and T56's in later camaros, mustangs, etc are junk over about 500 HP (T5's wo not even handle 300 HP with traction) Then what about clutchs.. To get a clutch that can handle 3,000 rpm launchs, side steping the clutch, speed shifting, etc you have to spend out $400 or so just on the clutch kit.. And then you better have one h*ll of a left leg when you go driving it around town.. The pressure plate will be heavy (stiff) Th-350 autos in stock form will handle around 375-425 HP, Th-400's about 450-475 in stock form. $500-540 rebuild on them and 800 HP is no prob for both of those trannys. If I tried to run a stick shift like a T5 in my camaro it would be a joke.. I would not get 10 feet down the track before it broke. Mine aint all that powerfull eaither.. lifting the front wheels about 4" off the track when I launch.
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Three engine capacity limits were applied to Group 6 cars for the 1976 and 1977 championships: 5000cc for cars fitted with engines using a production car block 3000cc for cars fitted with naturally aspirated racing engines 2140cc for cars fitted with turbocharged racing engines (capacity equivalence factor of 1.4)After two years of small fields and little in the way of manufacturer support the championship was downgraded to become the European Sports Car Championship for 1978 but even that title was to be abandoned after the first year. From 1979 the FIA decreed that Group 6 cars could compete in the World Championship of Makes qualifying rounds but continued to allow only production-based cars to score championship points for their manufacturer. 1981 saw the series expanded with an official Drivers' title awarded by the FIA for the first time and drivers of Group 6 cars were eligible to compete for this. Group 6 was then effectively replaced by the new Group C Sports Car class for 1982 but the FIA granted a concession which allowed the Group 6 cars to compete in the 1982 World Endurance Championship alongside the new cars. As in 1981, drivers of Group 6 cars were eligible to score points in the Drivers' championship but the relevant manufacturers could not score points towards the Makes title. For the 1982 World Endurance Championship, the engine capacity maximum for Group 6 cars was set at 3000cc. Throughout the seven years of the second era of Group 6 racing the cars had been eligible to compete in 24 Hours of Le Mans and the category had produced the outright winning car in all years except 1979 & 1982.— — — — — —How to make a career in racing cars?See if there is a skip barber racing school near you, follow your dream girl— — — — — —Mildren (racing cars)The Mildren name was used on a series of racing vehicles constructed for, or acquired by, Australian racing team owner Alec Mildren during the 1960s and early 1970s— — — — — —Shannon Racing CarsShannon Racing Cars was a Formula One constructor from the United Kingdom with Aiden Jones, formerly a mechanic for Prince Bira and Prince Chula, and Paul Emery as the principals. Using a car built by former Emeryson designer Emery and an old Coventry Climax engine, they participated in a single Grand Prix. Trevor Taylor drove for the team at the 1966 British Grand Prix, retiring early in the race. 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Unlike earlier 'waved' wheels, the Lotus design and its distinctive 'wobbles' was a deliberate feature, even down to the way that the wobbles are deeply indented near the hub and soften outwards to the rim. For ease of manufacture by casting, the wheels were designed with a constant wall thickness. Their stiffness (force/area) was required to be highest around the hub, so here the wheels were deeply and steeply folded. Towards the rim, distribution of this same force over a greater circumference and metal cross-section thus required less folding and their profile became a gentle wave. As for many other Lotus components, the wheels were cast from Elektron magnesium-aluminium alloy. They were cast by Stone Foundries of Charlton. Cooper were already using magnesium wheels and apart from their technical advantages, Charles Cooper had found it highly profitable to sell drivers the many spare wheels required for racing, rather than having an external supplier take the business, something that Chapman was keen to emulate. McIntosh and Chapman also obtained foundry scrap, failed wheels from Coopers, and studied these failures to understand the failure modes of a magnesium racing wheel. Lotus team's racing colours at this time were green and yellow, often small patches of each with the bodywork substantially of bare polished aluminium sheet. With the advent of the wobbly web wheel, rather than the previous wire wheels, the wheels were painted yellow and the car bodies green. This glossy bright yellow colour could be applied easily over the greenish-yellow zinc chromate primer used on the wheels to prevent corrosion. 4 stud wheel controversy at Le MansLotus's main design principle at this time was Chapman's famous maxim, 'Simplicate and add more lightness'.[i] The Formula Junior Lotus 20 and Lotus 22 extended this to their front wheels, which used a 4-stud fastening, compared to the previous 6-stud that was still used on their rear, driven, wheels. At the 1963 Le Mans, Lotus entered the new, and somewhat unfinished, Lotus 23, a widened version of the Lotus 22 two-seater. It was disqualified from competition before the race and did not take part. This was on the basis of its wheels, although not specifically due to the wobbly-web design. The car, as designed, used Lotus's typical 6-stud wheel at the rear but a 4-stud mounting at the front. The wheel rims were also wider at the rear, 6" vs. 5", with wider tyres of 5.50×13 rather than 4.50×13. As the rules for Le Man were still framed as a "sports car" endurance race, they required the carrying of a spare wheel. The 23 had such a spare, but obviously it could not be fitted to both ends of the car. The scrutineers rejected this and barred the car from competition. Matching 4-stud rear hubs were flown hurriedly from England, avoiding the incompatibility problem, but the scrutineers now objected that if 6 studs had been required before, 4 must be inadequately strong and still refused to allow the cars to compete. After this, Chapman replied "We shall never again race at Le Mans.", a promise that Lotus kept until 1997, long after Chapman's death in 1982. The following year's Can Am sports car, the Lotus 30, switched from wheel studs to centre-lock wheels. This was mostly due to the far greater torque of its large V8 engine, but it also avoided this situation re-occurring, as the 30 also carried a single spare wheel. Spoked wheelsA drawback to the use of a disc wheel, particularly for front wheels, is the lack of airflow through the wheels, which is important for cooling the brake discs. The rear wheels of single-seat racing cars are driven by driveshafts from the transaxle and the brakes are usually mounted inboard in any case, away from the wheels. Later Lotus designs, from the 26 onwards, used spoked wheels, although this was more about the shrinking diameter of racing tyres, especially fronts, rather than brake cooling. With an open-wheel racing car, any shrouding from the wheels was never a serious limitation. Alloy problemsAs for many articles made from Elektron alloy, corrosion of the magnesium was a problem for long-term service. Even though Lotus only used these wheels on its racing cars, not its road cars, they had a limited service lifetime. Lotus cars of the 1960s are still popular for historic racing, but these wheels are now no longer acceptable for competition scrutineering, no matter what their apparent condition. As the wheels are such a distinctive part of the car's appearance though, there are modern reproductions available.
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Hybrid cars are still very much on the motoring scene, despite the influx of electric car registrations into the market place.But at the moment, Hybrid car sales and leases are still very popular and with more and more manufacturers releasing their models into the market place, there is more choice than ever.We look at the advantages and disadvantages of the Hybrid Car:Advantages to a Hybrid Car:Whilst generally cheaper than electric cars, the Hybrid car can still give you the advantages depending on the model chosen, in particular those who can get away with using the range of a plugin hybrid for their daily commute. Range anxiety can get the best of all of us, in particular those who drive pure electric cars, but the benefit of being able to top the car up with fuel and use the old fashion engine to get around, is a plus for many of us.Hybrid cars recharge as you drive or even brake, at the moment the lack of electric charging points in the UK, make the Hybrid cars look extremely attractive to most.Disadvantages to a Hybrid Car:You miss out on quite a few of the Government incentives by purchasing a hybrid car over an electric car. They are not really that environmentally friendly and in real world costs, sometimes a hybrid car can work out more expensive to own and run as a conventional diesel or petrol equivalent.A hybrid can require a little bit more complicated maintenance due to the onboard electrics and mechanics that make up a hybrid car. The engine will also require servicing as would a traditional fossil fuel engine. The best Hybrid Cars of 2020:Here is a list of Hybrid Cars that we feel are really making a difference in the motoring world for 2020:Click to see the top Hybrid Cars of 2020Could a hybrid car give a non-hybrid car a jump?Yep, the hybrid car has a battery to start the gas motor in it. There is a normal car battery in the hybrids for starting purposes, and running the lights and other electrical components. You put the jumper cables on the batteryWhat is the actuall definition of a "hybrid" car?A car that uses both gassoline and elecitrictyhave you ever heard of a HHO hybrid car?i do not know, never heard of it....buy a bicycle....it's worth it in so many ways.....worth it more so than any type of "environmentally friendly" type carWhat is exactly a hybrid car?Hi, short answer: It depends on the type of hybrid, the outside temp, and how it is driven and maintained. You do not need to recharge any hybrid by plugging it in. You can modify a hybrid after you purchase one to make it a plug-in unit. Also, a full hybrid like the Prius, Camry Hybrid, Highlander Hybrid, or any other from Toyota or Lexus, actually recharges the nickel metal hydride (NiMH) hybrid battery in three ways. 1. the friction of the wheels rolling on the ground 2. the internal combustion engine (ICE) running and helping recharge through the system 3. pressing the brake pedal activates an electric generator that recharges the hybrid battery full answer (warning- lots of content for full answer): We need to cover some basics first. A full hybrid does not need to have the ICE turn on to move the vehicle. There is a large storage capacity with a NiMH battery stack and at least two electrical generators, one to recharge the NiMH stack when the brake pedal is pressed and one to move the wheels. A partial hybrid must have the ICE turn on to move the vehicle. There is some type of additional NiMH battery storage and a small electrical generator to boost the ICE power (Honda IMA) and recharge the NiMH battery stack. A mild hybrid does not have a battery storage capacity and a small electrical generator that essentially turns the ICE off at extended stops and then back on again when the accelerator is pressed. A mild hybrids generator may help to run accessories, such as the air conditioner, radio or a power plug, but that is it. So, a full hybrid is also called a series/parallel hybrid because it can move just on electricity (series) or with a combination of electricity and ICE (parallel). There is no exact cutoff/turn on point for the ICE, but there are some general guidelines. A Prius, for example, will generally turn the ICE on at about 25 miles per hour or at about 25 miles of distance. That is the maximum for any hybrid vehicle in real world driving, forget what is advertised by anyone. That is if the driver knows how to work the system (not hard to learn, but takes some practice) and the NiMH has been charged though driving properly. The electricity never actually runs out in a NiMH. When the NiMH gets to a certain level of depletion (once again, varies with vehicle and usage), than the ICE turns on. The ICE will turn on more, even in a full hybrid, when the outside temp gets to freezing or below. The ICE will run pretty much continuously then, even if the driver is driving properly to fully charge the NiMH. An ICE mostly produces heat and that heat is what is used to provide warmth for the passenger cabin. Turning on the heat in the winter causes the ICE to turn on, auto temp or not. In mild temps, in stop and go driving, the ICE may never turn on because the NiMH is constantly being recharged and providing power to the wheels. On the highway, the ICE will run almost continuously, but the electrical part of the hybrid system will also still be operating. The electrical portion never stops working, even at highway speeds. On a full hybrid, the electricity never runs out compeletly, and the ICE turns on and off as it's needed. A great, official site to take a look at is: www.hybridsynergydrive.com
Gallery  Cars
Gallery Cars
Gallery carsBecause of the two levels being separate on most cars, there is a physical limitation on a single conductor, as it can be difficult for him or her to verify, collect payment and sell tickets to passengers on the two levels. In 1955, the St. Louis Car Company came up with a solution in the form of the "gallery" car design, which features upper levels, which are "mezzanines" or "balconies" running along both sides of the car, with an open area between them. Most gallery cars have four separate galleries with four separate stairwells to the main level (one on each side, split in the middle by the central vestibule). The split balcony enables the conductor(s) walking along on the lower level to easily reach up and punch or validate tickets of the passengers seated on the mezzanine level. Passengers can place their tickets in clips along a lengthwise panel, located slightly above the conductor's head and within easy reach. The conductor can then check all tickets and move to the next car. Most gallery cars have a low first step at the vestibule entrance to the car, which is 14 58 inches (371 mm) above the head of the rail. Metra Electric Highliner (now retired) and Highliner II, however have high-level entrances for the high-level platforms on that line. NICTD South Shore Line Bi-Levels are similar to the Metra Highliner IIs but have entrances at the end of the rail car opposite the cab with a stairwell and trap doors for low-level platforms and a station stop in the middle of 11th street in Michigan City, Indiana. The Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy was the first to receive gallery cars, built by the Budd Company in 1950, and then North Western, followed by the Southern Pacific Railroad. Today, such cars are still used by Metra in and around Chicago, Caltrain along the west side of San Francisco Bay, Virginia Railway Express in Northern Virginia, Nashville's Music City Star and the NICTD's South Shore Line from Chicago to South Bend, Indiana. Chicago's commuter rail system is currently receiving new versions of these cars built by Nippon Sharyo. Caltrain, the San Francisco peninsula commuter rail service, has recently overhauled its fleet.— — — — — —2019 Advantage Cars Prague Open – Men's DoublesSander Gill and Joran Vliegen were the defending champions but chose not to defend their title. Ariel Behar and Gonzalo Escobar won the title after defeating Andrey Golubev and Aleksandr Nedovyesov 6-7(4-7), 7-5, - in the final.— — — — — —Kieft CarsKieft Cars, founded by Cyril Kieft, was a British car company that built Formula Three racing cars and some road going sports cars in a factory in Derry St, Wolverhampton. Cyril Kieft was born in Swansea and spent his early working life in the steel industry. After the second World war he started up his own company Cyril Kieft and Co Ltd in Bridgend, Glamorgan making forgings and pressings including components for the motor industry. He had an interest in motor racing and when the Marwyn company, who had built Formula Three cars, failed he bought the designs and used them as a base for his own 500cc car. Several of these were sold and some competition success resulted. Publicity was gained by successful attempts on a series of records at Autodrome de Montlhry in France. One of the drivers was Stirling Moss who explained the shortcomings of the cars. As a result of this a new design was acquired, Moss and his manager Ken Gregory became directors, whilst the company moved to new premises at Reliance Works in Derry Street, Wolverhampton. A new design by Gordon Bedson, who had joined the company from the aircraft industry, was produced in time for the 1951 Whit Monday Meeting at Goodwood where it won the Formula Three event driven by Moss. Don Parker was employed as works driver and won the British Formula Three championships in 1952 and 1953. In 1954 Kieft started to make a two-seater sports car which could also be used as a road car. Using a Coventry Climax FWA engine, all independent suspension using transverse leaf springs at the rear and a lightweight glass fibre body the car was really a racing car and at 1560 it is doubtful if any were bought just as road cars. The company was losing money and at the end of 1954 Kieft sold the company to racing driver Berwyn Baxter. Kieft Cars left Wolverhampton in 1956 and moved to nearby Birmingham where they concentrated on preparing and tuning other makes of cars. There were plans for a return to making Kieft cars but these failed to materialise. The company was sold again in 1960 and changed its name to Burmans. Kieft Sports Car trade mark. is owned by Canadian / German Peter Schmer and based out of Chichester, West Sussex near Goodwood. . Kieft logo TM# 2516876 is the sole property of Peter Schmer.
Do Dodge Or American Cars Have a Bad Rep for Terrible Transmissions?
Do Dodge Or American Cars Have a Bad Rep for Terrible Transmissions?
Do Dodge or American cars have a bad rep for terrible transmissions?Dodge trucks do, Cars seem to be OK, I have never talked to a Dodge full size pickup owner who did not have Trans problems. By the way my Boss has an Avenger and likes it— — — — — —what are some any american cars that go at least 170 stock limited please tell me?well actually a lot of cars can go 170, you just need to remove the VSS and the ECU wont know how fast ur going and u ca take it as high as it will go before it brakes— — — — — —What is it with American cars these days?American cars are low on maintenance , where as japanese and european cars have high maintenance , its the same story either way , you spend less money frequently , or more money ocassionaly , but still to answer your question , go for honda accord DX V4 , good on economy , and a good resale price ,— — — — — —Why do half if Asian and American cars drive at night with their lights off??None of the cars in my family have an "auto" option for lights and only one has DRLs— — — — — —Is America blaming Toyota because American cars have been recalled so many times?Dem...Toyota imports 50% of all the vehicles they sell in the US.It sounds like you are saying all GM,Ford,and Chrysler vehicles are built in Canada and Mexico.That is a false statement GM,Ford,and Chrysler build almost 70% of all vehicles they sell in the US.— — — — — —Is it true that the parts for most American cars are imported from Japan?Ford Does not own Mazda but for several years the did own a controlling share and that does in essence mean that they did own it then. Recently they sold off all but about 14% of it but many Mazdas (not all) still have Ford engines and/or transmissions and both companies agree that this will continue. Yes most (at least 80%) but not all parts from Japanese cars assembled in America are from Japan. This is a common deception used to make you think you are helping the American economy if you buy one but people do not realize that the majority of the profit still goes to Japan and does little for the American economy.— — — — — —Remember when Nascar was ALL american cars?Titanic sinks!!! geez old news.— — — — — —Why do American cars suck so much?i think its because there focused more with there ideas,like the Bugatti veyron,very fast,i think we are to much into designing then automotive— — — — — —Should there be legislation forcing us, under penalty of stiff fines, to buy only American cars and...?I would not support it. Should there be legislation that prohibits Yahoo! users from posting questions with silly, far-fetched hypothetical premises? That's a bit more tempting.— — — — — —Why don't people buy American cars anymore?cuz american cars break after 100k miles and have no resale valvue, as in an import, you can go to 200k, maybe more and a great resale value. we dont think imports are a better value, more fuel efficient and more reliable...we know it is!!! simple statistics will show u that.— — — — — —Do most Germans share Sigmaru2019s sentiment that American cars are inferior to German ones?There is a difference in the mentality of the two manufacturersGermans consider vehicle to be the engineers' responsibility, any flaw is the engineers' fault. So they design with great accuracy and according to demand.Americans do not have that consideration.P.S. Americans buy more German Vehicles than Germans.— — — — — —Why are American cars designed to drive on the right side of the road?everywhere is the same except Britain— — — — — —why are american cars whack?Crack is whack not cars— — — — — —Why do Europeans Hate American Cars?YES! ALL Europeans hate ALL American cars, yes— — — — — —Why American cars sucks?older american cars i will admit do need some work after 100k miles. But now-a-days they are way more reliable. I would say buy american, they are pretty sturdy now, and if u crash they will protect u.— — — — — —What are the best and most reliable gas reducing American cars to buy?Ford Focus ST great gas mileage plenty of power— — — — — —Do they drive American cars (Ford, Chevy, Dodge, Chrysler) in other countries such as: Germany, China, Japan?Yes but generally not as many on thier roads as ours
Do All Cars Emit Oil?
Do All Cars Emit Oil?
Do all cars emit oil?Cars do not emit oil, it is used as a cooling agent(motor). Spills and leaks can get to the Ocean via storm drains. The occasional oil spill on a barge or tanker occurs and is promptly cleaned up with very little damage. The Ocean is self cleaning to a degree with it's movement— — — — — —Why are all cars not electric even though the technology is readily available?Electric cars are not the answer to the problem, it would cause even more problems. Where is the electricity going to come from? In some states the power companies can not even keep up with the demand now, so what happens when millions of car plug in to recharge? The government is trying to get rid of coal powered electricity, so what do we use. People in my state protest and are tiring to get rid of the nuke power Company. Also every time a wind mill farm tries to happen the out of starters that have cabins here say not in my back yard and put a stop to it. So you may say Solar, we have a few Solar farms the room they take up for the little power they put out is ridiculous. Besides they only work if there is sun light. To power this country we would have to use up all the farm land . We would end up with electricity but no food. Now how often is there power problems because of storms that last for days or even weeks? you have no power to recharge your car. Now that part of the country is totally crippled. No one can drive to work not even doctors, so some people will die, no one to work the cash register, no one can drive to work to fix the electric problem. So in my opinion you statement_ question is a pipe dream, and not well thought out with not a realistic hypothesis.— — — — — —do all cars have a/c filter?since urs is so old its highly unlikely but call a auto parts store and ask them to look it up n see its called a cabin air filter— — — — — —what happens to all the cars used for the olympic games?They give the rolls royces to homeless people— — — — — —What is an intercooler? what cars are they found in? what do they do? why dont all cars have intercooler.?In short. The colder the air, the denser it is. Dense air means more fuel which means more power. Simple.— — — — — —I'm looking for a book with amounts of refigerant to use for cars?Google it I got a program off ebay - from a shop that shut down this year, I paid 50.00 for the program, and it covers all cars makes models. Very good - books take up to much space— — — — — —Will President Trumpu2019s threat to u201cTariff at 25 percent all cars made in Mexico and shipped over the Border to usu201d impact US manufacturers significantly?Several US branded vehicles are made in Mexico, the Chevy Silverado, and GMC Sierra among them— — — — — —How much will green house emissions decrease if all cars became electric and solar was used for all energy needs?Electricity and Heat account for 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions. You need to switch all heating appliances to electricity to save the full 25%.Transportation accounts for a further 14% of global greenhouse gas emissions. You need to switch heavy vehicles, aircraft, ships, and trains, in addition to cars, to electricity in order to save the full 14%. Some of those are not technically feasible with current technology— — — — — —Wouldnu2019t power plants that supply electricity for our cars/homes be worse for the environment if all cars were electric?As stationary power plants can have much better pollution control, no. Today's cars (and motorcycles, lawn mowers ect) are far worse polluters on a unit energy basis than any power plant is allowed to be (except maybe emergency generators). Also, electric cars are more energy efficient.— — — — — —Whats wrong with my car?Is your cars true identity a SECRET??? Do you really think all cars are the SAME???? MORE INFO. Go to Auto Zone and have your OBDII scanned for fault codes. You may have a vacuum leak somewhere. NEED MORE INFO.
Are the Comparison Charts of Buying Old Vs. New Cars Helpful?
Are the Comparison Charts of Buying Old Vs. New Cars Helpful?
Are the comparison charts of buying old vs. new cars helpful?The human mind miscalculates as instead of figuring 'total cost' thinks in terms of percentage. So often people too often consider proportion instead of simply total dollar amounts. But anyway, the graphic used a price about 10k higher for the cost of the new car. Also, not everyone will finance-that should be your own personal added cost or another line in the chart. Car safety is a concern and that again may need to be another line or even chart. So for example one can by a new highly reliable compact Toyota for 15k depending on mileage this car can have low repair/maintain cost over 10-15 years. Now if one wants a large car also with decent dependability the price of this car about doubles. Here is where buying a car that is used can more likely save money. Also there needs comparison regarding mileage. If one is putting on high miles, the car that is most reliable will make a big difference and also mpg. If one is not driving much, here is where a car that already has mileage and some age can more likely save.So one must be very cautious with these graphs as lines are not applicable with many parameter changes. That is should one be looking at different priced cars or see above, the comparisons do NOT hold up.Are the comparison chart of buying old vs new cars helpful?— — — — — —where is the best place to put a car on blocks i am new to cars and don't know all the terms?If you mean putting one on blocks for storage, a garage is best. Keeps the weather from damaging the exterior, and you can usually work on it better— — — — — —Does the scope of the group extend to buying new cars and parts?I am with Larry. I do not think your questions would be appropriate. That is not to say that I am necessarily opposed to new car questions as long as their is a maintenance or repair angle to it. Such as:— — — — — —Hi ray cool how do you unlock new cars in gta sanandreas?cheats. ill give them 2 u Cheat Codes Enter these during gameplay without pausing: Cheat Effect R1, R2, L1 , X, Left , Down, Right, Up, Left, Down, Right, Up $250,000, full health and armor (also repairs cars if you are in one) RIGHT, R2, UP, UP, R2, CIRCLE, SQUARE, R2, L1, RIGHT, DOWN, L1 Aggressive Drivers R2, Circle, R1, L2, Left R1, L1, R2, L2 Aggressive Traffic LEFT, TRIANGLE, R1, L1, UP, SQUARE, TRIANGLE, DOWN, CIRCLE, L2, L1, L1 All Cars Nos L1, Circle, Triangle, L1, L1, Square, L2, Up, Down, Left All Pedestrians Are Elvis up,x,triangle,x,triangle,x,square,R2,right all taxis get nitro jump up when you press L3 L2, RIGHT, L1, UP, X, L1, L2, R2, R1, L1, L1, L1 All Traffic is Junk Cars Right, R1, Up, L2, L2, Left, R1, L1, R1, R1 All Traffic Lights Stay Green Triangle, L1, Triangle, R2, Square, L1, L1 All Vehicles Invisible (Except Motorcycles) SQUARE, L1, R1, RIGHT, X, UP, L1, LEFT, LEFT always midnight (time stuck at 00:00) x,x,square,r1,l1,x,down,left,x andrenaline mode L1, L2, L2, Up, Down, Down, Up, R1, R2, R2 Any vehicle you punch this in, can blow up anything like a tank. SQUARE, RIGHT, SQUARE, SQUARE, L2, X, TRIANGLE, X, TRIANGLE Attracts Prostitutes with Sex Toys/Gimp Suit Circle, L2, Up, R1, Left, X, R1, L1, Left, Circle Black Traffic Square, R2, Down, Down, Left, Down, Left, Left, L2, X Cars Float Away When Hit square, down, L2, up, L1, circle, up, x, left Cars Fly Right, R2, Circle, R1, L2, Square, R1, R2 Cars on Water L2, RIGHT, L1, TRIANGLE, RIGHT, RIGHT, R1, L1, RIGHT, L1, L1, L1 Chaos mode Triangle, Triangle, L1, Square, Square, Circle, Square, Down, Circle Civilians are fast food workers & clowns, CJ is a clown, cars are pizza scooter, BF Injection, HotKnife, Tug, Quad, etc. Right, L2, Down, R1, Left, Left, R1, L1, L2, L1 Commit Suicide R2, L2, R1, L1, L2, R2, Square, Triangle, Circle, Triangle, L2, L1 Destroy Cars Up, Up, Down, Down, Square, Circle, L1, R1, Triangle, Down. Everyone bikini babes, all cars beach cars, Cj in shorts and flipflops. Right, R1, Up, L2, L2, Left, R1, L1, R1, R1 Spawn Faster Cars Circle, Circle, L1, Square, L1, Square, Square, Square, L1, Triangle, O, Triangle Faster Clock Triangle, Up, Right, Down, L2, L1, Square Faster Gameplay R2, Circle, Up, L1, Right, R1, Right, Up, Square, Triangle Flying Boats R2, X, L1, L1, L2, L2, L2, X Fog up, up, square, L2, right, x, R1, down, R2, circle Full Weapon Aiming Whilst Driving Left, Right, Right, Right, Left, X, Down, Up, Square, Right Gang members spawn much faster Circle, Right, Circle, Right, Left, Square, X Down Gives you an automatic six star wanted level DOWN, SQUARE, X, LEFT, R1, R2, LEFT, DOWN, DOWN, L1, L1, L1 Hitman In all weapon square,square,R2,left,up,square,R2,X,X,X Improve Suspension up, L1, R1, up, right, up, x, L2, x, L1 Increase car speed L1, R1, SQUARE, R1, LEFT, R2, R1, LEFT, SQUARE, DOWN, L1, L1 Inf Ammo Down, X, Right, Left, Right, R1, Right, Down, Up, Triangle Infinite health, still hurt from explosions, drowning, and falling. Down, Left, L1, Down, Down, R2, Down, L2, Down Infinite Lung Capacity Left, Right, L1, L2, R1, R2, Up, Down, Left, Right Jetpack Up, Up, Triangle, Triangle, Up, Up, Left, Right, Square, R2, R2 Jump 10 times higher Triangle, Square, Circle, Circle, Square, Circle, Circle, L1, L2, L2, R1, R2. Jump 100 feet in air on bike CIRCLE, RIGHT, CIRCLE, RIGHT, LEFT, SQUARE, TRIANGLE, UP Locks wanted level at however many stars you have. They will NEVER increase or decrease, not even with bribes/cheats. Still get attacked in impound. R1, R1, Circle, R2, Up, Down, Up, Down, Up, Down Lower Wanted Level SQUARE, L2, X, R1, L2, L2, LEFT, R1, RIGHT, L1, L1, L1 Max All Vehicle stats (Driving, Flying Bike, Cycling) Triangle, Up ,Up, Left, Right, Square, Circle, Down Max Fat triangle,up,up,left,right,square,circle,left Max Muscle L1, R1, TRIANGLE, DOWN, R2, X, L1, UP, L2, L2, L1, L1 Max Respect CIRCLE, TRIANGLE, TRIANGLE, UP, CIRCLE, R1, L2, UP, TRIANGLE, L1, L1, L1 Max Sex appeal R2, X, L1, L1, L2, L2, L2, Square Morning SQUARE, L2, R1, TRIANGLE, UP, SQUARE, L2, UP, X Never become hungry R2, X, L1, L1, L2, L2, L2, Triangle Night L2, Up, R1, R1, Left, R1, R1, R2, Right, Down No citizens or cops, only gang members having gun fights X, Down, Up, R2, Down, Triangle, L1, Triangle, Left No Peds, Hardly any traffic, Parked cars still spawn R2, X, L1, L1, L2, L2, L2, Down Noon Left, Left, L2, R1, Right, Square, Square, L1, L2, X Orange Sky R2, X, L1, L1, L2, L2, L2, Square Overcast Down, Up, Up, Up, X, R2, R1, L2, L2 Pedestrian Attack (cannot be turned off) Down, Left, Up, Left, X, R2, R1, L2, L1 Pedestrian Riot (cannot be turned off) R2, R1, X, Triangle, X, Triangle, Up, Down Pedestrians have weapons X, L1, UP, SQUARE, DOWN, X, L2, TRIANGLE, DOWN, R1, L1, L1 Peds Attack (Guns) X X Down R2 L2 O R1 O Square Peds become asian dudes with Katana's. 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Which Other Cars Are Similar in Reputation to the Ford Crown Victoria for Having Such a Long Life Ex
Which Other Cars Are Similar in Reputation to the Ford Crown Victoria for Having Such a Long Life Ex
Which other cars are similar in reputation to the Ford Crown Victoria for having such a long life expectancy? Would you say the Crown Vic is the most reliable American manufactured sedan?I was under the impression that it was built in Canada— — — — — —Why Don't people where helmets when driving?race cars dont have airbags, neither do motor cycles. cars are designed to get hit by other cars its what they do— — — — — —Tried jumping a car. When the cables were hooked up, the other cars engine died and now won't start.?Check your battery terminals and clean them , 8 out of 10 times is only oxidation and a cleaning will fix that. Also check the big fuses near the battery , your Chevy may have had a short and overloaded your cars system. BTW , dont try and start a diesel engine with a car battery made overseas.— — — — — —Do SUVs get rear-ended more than other cars? Have you been rear-ended in your SUV?I have owned 2 SUV considering 01. I have certainly not (knock on picket) been rear-ended. Sorry I used to be hit within the again as soon as nevertheless it used to be icy and I used to be on a hill. Does that depend? I believe you prefer me my force somewhat rapid. I force approach too rapid. But if you happen to believe that your now not seeing the brake lighting in entrance of you speedy sufficient you may also ought to supply your self a bit of more space. In Mass the teachers say you must hold an entire auto duration in entrance of you incase you ought to get out of that area swiftly. The subsequent time your using pay concentration to how a lot room you are giving your self among autos. I need to remind myself of this always. Maybe this may aid. Not looking to critique your using considering I have not pushed with you in someday now (smile) however this used to be the very first thing to pop in my brain whilst your stated the brakes of the auto in entrance of you. Sorry in your aggrevations together with your auto. I know the way provoking it may be— — — — — —What other cars have the same engine block as the 2002 Mazda protege 2 liter automatic?As far as the block itself is concerned- yes. But the 2002 engine is a FSDE, so the engines do not interchange if doing a complete swap. Here is a list of updates on the FSDE: -Oil Squirters -VICS (Variable Inertial Charge System) - A system that can vary the volume of the intake manifold resulting in a broader power band. There were known issues with this system, the most noteworthy was a defect which allowed screws that secured the VICS butterfly valves to come loose and end up being sucked into the engine. Some engines had to be replaced entirely due to the extent of the damage caused. -Distributor-less ignition -Solid lifters -VTCS (Variable Tumble Control System) - A set of butterflies in the intake manifold that would close to promote low emissions combustion under cold start at low engine speeds. These had a reputation of being noisy at times. -Windage Tray Now the oil squirters are a debatable up-grade, they help the engine last longer- but some feel that the extra oil slows the engine down. The windage tray is a nice part and if you are swapping blocks at least keep that.— — — — — —How long does it take to not suck at driving?I know people driving for 60 years that have always sucked, to fast, too slow, do not use turn signals, are not courteous and cut in and out of traffic. Drive to close, stop short, constantly drive like it was a war or a game. Not just teenagers talk on the phone, put on make up, text, etc. Good driving comes with experience and common sense, NO distractions is rule #1, no talking on the phone, no texting or any of the other things mentioned above. No getting caught up in conversation and fidgeting around to look at who your talking to. It only takes a moment to rear end a car in front of you, space your self at least two car lengths if someone cuts in front of you drop back. It's not when you get there, it's if you get there that matters. Be aware of what traffic is doing around you. Watch for the occasional idiot that steps out to cross the street but does not bother to look both ways. They are morons but they legally still have the right of way. Do not let impatient jerks in other cars rattle you. Drive the limit and get where you have to go safely. Let them get the ticket. Be aware of road conditions. I live in the north so I know a road may be icy even when my eye's say it's not. I drive with more caution. In states that have dry conditions a sudden rain storm can turn roads slick because they do not get cleaned very often and cars that leak oil travel them all the time. It's like driving on black ice. If you can see you door handles in the mirror you can not see cars coming up from behind to pass. Adjust them so you can see cars in the other lanes trying to pass. Otherwise you may try to change lanes and cause an accident. I know this all sounds like driving is the scariest thing in the world but if you use common sense it can be the most pleasurable. Just remember your rules of the road.
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