Check the strut or the C-V (Constant Velocity) joint if the noise is in the front. Stablizer link or ball joint would also be points of concern. possibly check the outer tie rods
turn it on again Well first of all don't panic. Then scream and get the hell out of the car.
he is a Villager. As he comes from a village.
At what point does it lose power? As you're driving? When you come to a stop? plugged converter
Yes, as with most insurance companies, you do get a bit of a discount if you've taken driving school classes, and have a clean or safe driving record. It's that way with Mercury as well.
Defensive driving are safe driving techniques that drivers do to avoid another drivers mistake.
It is usually locate on the firewall between the engine and the driving compartment. Read the owner's manual to understand where the wiper motor is located.
18 mpg city and 26 mpg highway. Mine averages at high 19 mpg but, I do a lot of back-and-forth to work driving.
It could be worn struts, worn bushings, worn ball joints or tie rods. Just jack it up and find out which parts are loose.
"Drivers ed" is a course taken by students of driving age or just before driving age to teach them how to drive. A lot of schools give a drivers ed course which teaches young drivers the basics of traffic laws and the dangers of driving under the influence or driving distracted. Most of these schools also provide on road driving courses with a certified driving instructor.
89% of drivers use their cell phone while driving
Driving as if other drivers are driving carelessly, being ready to avoid them.
Defensive driving means that you are aware of other drivers around you. Offensive driving would be the opposite of that. You would not be taught in driving school to drive without caution or concern towards other drivers.
Driving or operating a watercraft under the influence can impact your drivers license.
The driving licence was introduced in 1903 for cars. Official driving tests for car drivers in 1935, although testing for disabled drivers was introduced earlier in 1930 as was discretionary testing for PSV drivers in 1931.
Worn out front shocks and struts will make a clunking noise when you go over small box. The strut may actually allows the tire to hit the fender well.
remove the plastic milk jugs and discard them. The clunking noise should stop.
You can not get a ticket for having no driver licence if your NOT driving a vehicle
By passing your driving test.
You have to be 16 to get your driving license.
Driving with a parent that has a drivers license
Prior to driving on the air field all drivers must?
Driving without a drivers permit in Virginia is NOT a felony.
could be a vacuum leak >> http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Your_94_mercury_villager_stalls_when_slowing_down_idle_low_below_800rpm
Is this a tourist question, a driving question - or a trick question?FLYING to Hawaii has nothing to do with whether or not you have an international drivers license or, for that matter, ANY kind of drivers license.DRIVING in Hawaii with an international drivers license, once you arrive there, should not be a problem. A tourist driving with an international drivers license is acceptable in the US.
It is generally assumed that younger drivers are less experienced and therefor not as safe on the road as other drivers. They are also seen to be more likely to be racing or engaging in dangerous driving activities such as drunk driving or texting and driving. There are some insurance companies that will lower rates for young drivers excelling in school, however.