What if you turn of your car still in drive?
Then your car won't let you pull the key out. . . Why do you want to do something like that?
What is the problem when the car will not go in reverse or go in drive the transmission fluid is still full?
Are you stopped or are you driving down the road? Not all cars are identical in what they will do but you have a chance of the steering wheel locking if you turn the key completely off. If you simply turn the key to the accessory position which will cut the power to the motor you will still have steering control but it will be difficult. If you are sitting still when you do this…
Alongside the clutch (well, in a right hand drive car it is) up alongside the edge of the transmission tunnel, a small 'button' switch - click it once to turn on, and again to turn off. Obviously on a left hand drive car its on the other side, but still again right alongside the transmission tunnel.
What are the laws regarding car insurance on this matter - if you are sick and cannot drive can a friend drive your car?
The engine sits at the front of the car, underneath the hood, bolted directly to the gear box. From the gear box there are two drive shafts, one to either side. The front wheels are connected to the drive shafts via special joints which allow the wheels to swivel(as you turn the steering wheel) while still being powered by the engine.