What is a vehicle stopped without an operator at the controls?
Such a vehicle is said to be parked.
Who is at fault when driver A is making a signaled right hand turn from a right hand lane and driver B strikes driver A in rear passenger side bumper and Vehicle B receives a citation?
Almost without exception (actually I can't think of any) if a moving vehicle strikes a stopped vehicle from the rear, the operator of the moving vehicle is held responsible. ** The driver of B. That's why and what they were cited for. A strong hint is in the question - the one who strikes another is almost always wrong.
Whose fault - my neighbor backed out of her driveway and hit my car while I was driving in the back lane Although I stopped and honked Now she claims that she was looking that I hit her.?
In any situation in which a vehicle backing out of a property hits another vehicle, the driver who was backing up is always at fault, barring speeding, impairment, or disregarded traffic controls/signs on the part of the driver who was on the road. Added: I concur. The vehicle operating in reverse must always yield to any other vehicle. The charge I am familiar with is "Backing Without Caution."
What can happen if you don't have a driver's permit and get stopped even if you have someone in the car with a permit?
They need only to have reasonable SUSPICION in order to detain you on the street. ANSWER They may also stop you at checkpoints without reasonable suspicion. An example would be a sobriety checkpoint where everyone is stopped or a random pattern such as every other vehicle, or every 3rd vehicle is stopped.
The Engine Control Module (ECM) or sometimes called the ECU is what the layman would call the computer. It manages many systems in a car depending on the manufacture. It controls the fuel/air mixture, and all emissions controls in the vehicle. It can control other aspects of the vehicle. Without the ECM your car would not run.
No. You are required to have your licence in your possession at all times when operating a motor vehicle. You can, but if you are stopped you may be issued a request to present your documents at a later date, sometimes this is called a 7 day wonder, to verify that the details given by the driver at the time they were stopped are correct, and also to validate that the vehicle was insured at…
If the vehicle is stopped without using the clutch , the engine will give jerks and turn off if the vehicle is in higher gear and the speed is not according to the range of the gear. Although, if the vehicle is being driven in higher gears and slight brakes are applied, no effect will be there if the vehicle's speed remains in the corresponding range. Example: if you are driving a vehicle at 90km/h…
What happens if a 16 yr old licensed driver in ca is driving a car without renewed registration or insurance?
Computer Card? What are you talking about? There is no computer card in this vehicle. It has a ECU or computer as it is sometimnes called. Without the ECU the car will not start, as the ECU controls the fuel pump relay and fuel/air mixture. I doubt you can. The vehicle is completely depenant upon that "brain" for everything.
Yes, you can drive your car without insurance, but if you get stopped, you will get a ticket, if you have a wreck, you will get a ticket, if you have a wreck and the other person does not have insurance, you are both gonna be up to your eyeballs in medical costs, not to mention paying for the damage to the vehicle.
According to Ohio's BMV digest of Motor Vehicle Laws pg. 32 "Rear View Mirror Every motor vehicle shall be equipped with a mirror located to reflect to the operator a clear, unobstructed view of the highway to the rear." As long as you have a clear, unobstructed view of the highway to the rear of the vehicle while the doors are removed from your Jeep you are within the Laws stated in the digest.
What wire controls the high beams on a 1991 Pontiac firebird or is there a fuse to turn them off because the switch is broken and i just want them off?
I am not a mechanic but I believe this is to keep your vehicle from drifting and to help with turning, I also believe the steering damper is the part that controls this. Again I am not a mechanic but this is the basic principle with motorcycles. Believe it or not with out this feature it would be a lot harder to steer the vehicle. The damper or stabilzer also helps when you hit potholes…
According to: North Carolina Law § 20-157.1. Funeral processions. (a) As used in this section, a "funeral procession" means two or more vehicles accompanying the remains of a deceased person, or traveling to the church, chapel, or other location at which the funeral services are to be held, inwhich the lead vehicle is either a State or local law enforcement vehicle, other vehicle designated by a law enforcement officer or the funeral director, or the…
It is not possible to do anything on a computer without using operators. Computers perform all computations using a combination of operators and operands, nothing more, nothing less. Conforming to the text of the question and assuming an operator is an infix operator as in a*b, a C program can call a function in a language other than C with numbers to be added. That would be a C program that adds without operators. Even…