Not to mention better fuel economy?
Guess what the car is all they are getting I don’t feel i owe them more than the car, they are trying to rob me
My mom hasn't driven her car for nine months. She is taking it in for an inspection and to get fluids and oil changed and to get it checked. Is it safe to drive it a twenty-five minute distance? It starts up fine but what can happen if you haven't driven a car for nine months? Would it be better to tow it...
I only use the car on weekends, as I take public transportation to work. So with the exception of occasional road trips, I rarely drive
To make a long story short, I’m interested in buying a used Audi SQ5. I found one near me which already seems to be at a good price (2014 model year, 30k Miles). It says the car is “Certified” pre owned. It’s listed for $32,950, but I want to offer around $29,500. Is this a good decision? I want to get a good deal...
Oregon minimum limits is 25/50/20. 25/50 is for injuries and the 20 is for property damages.
Car parked and hit, there is NO dispute of fault. Now the question is of the delay, since it is possible that the drunk's insurance needed to verify if the drunk was insured or not and if so, then can't pay a...
I have a Honda HRV it;s 2 years old so under warranty for another year.
It makes a grinding noise on acceleration.
The service dept. acknowledges the sound but they say as of now there is no fix. We hate the sound and it is not pleasent to drive. Can't do the lemon law over the miles- (18,000) and we own...
Yes they are different, higher octane reduces premature self-ignition from compression. Cars built with higher compression cylinders can produce more power, but higher octane fuel may be needed to prevent ignition before the piston is positioned to benefit from the increased compression.
On the other hand if you...
For example if I borrow a friend's car and get in to an accident, my insurance would cover any damages and injuries and not his insurance. If the car has no insurance it will when only I'm driving it.
Is this possible?
I got my first car 5 months ago so still learning the basics. I don't often drive my car I only use it for going to the store and driving it for traditional purposes. But should I still brush the snow off my car today. Will snow harm the car?
It's a REAL pain. As if that CD slot was in anyone's way. MILLIONS of CD's are still sold in the US every year. The CD isn't dead yet. What many NEW cars have now is nothing more than an AM/FM radio and a few auxiliary inputs. Meaning.... YOU supply the source for music.
Hello. So April 2017 is when I purchased my car at a dealership after being approved for an auto loan via the bank. The process was pretty smooth (especially after being in a wreck + totaled car so I was already a bit stressed out). After leaving the lot, the next day the engine light came on. I reached out to the...
I just recently gotten an oil change which is good for 6,000 miles. Should i still check my oil every once in a while to see if im low on oil or just wait to get a new oil change? Im new to this car thing. Everything is so confusing.
Dealers exist to make money.
Most will happily take your cash to do as you ask. Most will then call in an external contractor who specialises in fitting ICE to do the job. The contractor charges the dealer, the dealer marks up that charge and passes it to you. Money for nothing as far as they’re concerned.