Depend on whether it is automatic or manual and if you had the car in gear. If automatic, your parking pin in the transmission may have broken. If manual, yes something in the clutch or gears may be damaged. IMO, if your park is still working, then no damage has been done. Pushing the car 6ft would not damage either the gears or clutch on a manual, and the only damage that could be done to an A/T would be to break the Park Pall.
Car battery charges can check the damage done to the actual battery but to the entire car is another story
IF IT IS A MANUAL TRANSMISSION CAR, THEN IT SOUNDS AS IF YOUR CLUTCH IS BAD/WORN OUT.
IF no damage has been done to all parties then there is nothing to do.
ALL damage to a car is repairable. The real question is can it be done cheaply enough to make it worth whyle and can it be done well enough to be as servicible as before the damage.
It means that their insurance company will pay for damage done to the other party. However, they are on their own for damage done to their own car and their own medical expenses. Collision coverage is for damage done to your car during an accident. Comprehensive coverage would cover other types of damage, such as a tree falling on your car or the actions of vandals.
The owner's manual that came with the car tells you when various services should be done. Frequently it is better to do them more often than recommended in the owner's manual, but they should be done at least as often as recommended by the owner's manual.
no but if they do u can sew
Sometimes a car stalls when driving though water because water got sucked up into the engine. This can cause a lot of damage, so don't attempt to restart the car after it stalls. Have the car towed so the engine can be stripped down and drained of the water.
Manual procedures indicate that something is done by hand. This means that technology is not involved. An example of this would be using manual jack to jack up a car instead of putting the car on a lift.
depending on what car it should cut out because the engine is being sapped of the power by the a.c and the gearbox stalls espicially up hills.
When your car stalls when its raining, it may be getting water in the distributor cap. Make sure the cap is on properly.
Your owners manual will give you detail on when your car needs specific services done.
when your in a manual and you have the car in first gear with the clutch all out the wheels cannot move and so the engine cannot work or it will break so the car stalls and the engine turns off
The engine stops.
There can be many reasons a car stalls from poor fuel feed to lack of spark. By far, the main reason is poor driving technique.
You get their insurance Information and submit a claim for any damage or repairs to the Insurer
It depends on how much damage was done to the car. And also what kind of insurance policy they have.
I have done this Every car is different and I recommend you refer to a service manual for the correct procedure for your car.
Car wrapping is completely legal! If done properly, it will not damage your car. It can actually help preserve the paint.
It covers the damage done to your car in an accident.
No, the traction control system will not work but no damage will be done. You can drive it in this condition if you wish.
Crumple zones are sections of the car designed to fold easily under pressure. This means that the damage done to the car will actually increase quite a lot. The good news is that the damage as a result of a crash is dramatically reduced for both the passengers in the car and the object the car hits. The design is to prioritise life over property.
Insurance follows the vehicle, not the driver.
you would be the payer of the damage done to your own car.