Your previous driving record alone is not probably cause to be pulled over. If you were driving recklessly or in violation of the law, you could be pulled over.
It could be your fan shroud or radiator hose rubbing on the fan.
First thing to check is the fuel pump relay. IT could also be that big air clearner hose. If that is broken or cracked anywhere these it will cause over fuelling.
When you drive over a clicking bettle.
There would exist probable cause to pull you over if the officer had seen you driving without your lights on even if you turned them on after you saw the police car and before you were pulled over.
With probable cause, yes he can.
it might be a safety thing
Most likely you need a new strut
Squeak in tires (when turning in particular) could mean low tire pressure, or bald tires.
it would be a reverberating circuit
The number-one cause of teen fatalities is texting while having the car in the motion. Texting while driving now takes the lead over drinking and driving for teens.
no, you apply for the priviledge of driving and your right goes out the window.
Plugged muffler ot cat converter
well it depends on what car you are driving but if it is like a ferrari it will eventually
Had mine lubed and they said it was bushings.
It maybe your suspension that squeaks when ever you go over the speed bumps.
Driving for long periods of time would affect the brain, if that's what you're asking.
Check the shocks first they will squeak pretty bad when going out ( dried out seals ). Bushings will squeak but they would have to be pretty bad to do it when just pushing on the front end.
alternator went dead so did the battery or its locked up
The squeak is your tires losing traction on the pavement. Prominent in rear wheel drive cars.
Not quite sure of everything, but driving it in the heat for a long period of time could cause it to overheat.
On asphalt it would. Dirt wouldn't cause too many problems
Pull over and put it down.
Difficult and expensive to prove lack of probable cause. Probable cause can be anything from suspicious activity in the vehicle to weaving while driving or failure to signal. I am sure you could find a lawyer who would try but I am also sure the judge would eventually find for probable cause in the end.
No. An overproduction of TSH would cause hyperthyroidism.