It's really hard to understand what you're asking here. "What causes a knocking sound when your car drops into a hole while driving?" If that's your question, I imagine that it would be the sound of your car dropping into a hole.
There are many reasons as to why a car may lose power while driving. However, the most likely cause is a bad fuel pump. This causes the car to 'think' that there is not any gas, so it begins to stall, and eventually stalls while driving.
One posibility to check would be the timing belt. If it broke while driving your car will stall and will not start again. If it was the timing belt you may have a more costly repair bill then just the belt.
There are many reason behind car accidents. For instance, speeding is a major cause of accident. Also, driving drunk or being distracted while driving. Rain can also cause accidents as it makes the road slick.
There are many causes to a 2005 Dodge Caravan stopping suddenly while driving. Some of these issues could be that the transmission went out, the car ran out of fuel, or there was not enough electricity to keep it running.
Yes it can. I had a 1998 Honda Odyssey with an aftermarket set-up and it did that. I would pull over, put it park and restart. After an ignition switch recall, the system is not connected anymore so the problem is gone.
To give more info, the car surges before it dies. I can actually keep the car running if I tap the accelerator when I feel it surge. The car also dies at idle. I don't know if this is related or not, but the car easily overheats even with new coolant and thermostat.
Usually an ECU or ECM or one of those other similar 'modern' control boxes. - Back in the days when people were actually meant to fix cars, running out of gas was about the only thing that stopped you while driving !