Most vibrations are due to tire wear. If your tires are not rotated on a regular basis (every other oil change,assuming that you due an oil change every 3,000 miles) you will most likely have minor or severe tire vibration. Vibrations will also be felt depending on tire style as well. For example, an all terain tire will be a smoother less vibrating tire than a mud terrain tire. Also Be sure to check for suspension problems (loose tie rods, out of round tires, out of balance tires, etc) Most likely it is a very simple solution. Typically Suspension components cause vibrations at all rates of speed.
27.5 miles at 55 mph
55 mph equates to 1.09 minutes per mile.
check and replace tires and tie rod ends as neccassary
How much for a speeding ticket going 67 mph in a 55 mph zone in California?
A car going 55 mph is traveling at about 80.667 feet per second.
55 mph equals 80.66 feet per second
55 * 3.3 = 181.5 miles.
The cost of a speeding ticket for going 75 mph in a 55 will depend on the city in California. Generally, the ticket could range from $100 to $350.
If you get a speeding ticket going 86 mph in a 55 mph zone in New York, you may get your license taken away. You will have a hefty fine and may have to go to court over it.
two possibilities: loose motor mounts or contaminated gasoline. In addition, if you are saying it shakes going down the road at around 55 mph then you may have a tire out of balance, or a bent wheel.
to dang much
You should have the wheel alignment checked. Could be a $20 Fix.
It would be 55 MPH.
Yes, but any faster and you'll eventually hit the car in front of you?
At about 1700 RPM's you're going 55.