What would cause a squeak when driving over 40 MPH?
If your car has a manual speedo, it can be in it or the cable. Noises have to be heard to be correctly diagnoised.
Is it probable cause if a cop pulls you over for headlights after you turned them on shortly after exiting a parking lot. Matter of seconds?
What if a cop makes up a probable cause to pull you over how can you prove that he had no probable cause?
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.
Suspension or bushings bad on a 1997 4x4 s-10 Blazer front-end squeak over every bump when moving if you push down on the front It sounds like a rusty spring but could it also be the bushings?
Squeak coming from the front of your 2005 Xterra and you think it might be a dry bushing Where are the bushings located and how do you fix it?
Most of the time the squeak is coming from the interior plastic cover of the rear hatch door. If you close the hatch door and hear a squeak then you know what I am speaking of. The clips for the interior plastic cover on the hatch door move and squeak over bumps and when closing. Not sure how to fix the problem yet. Maybe DynaMat...?
While I couldn't fine a specific law against reverse driving, you would probably be pulled over for reckless driving. (: Most jurisdictions have a sort of "cover all the bases" bad driving law, usually called something like careless and imprudent driving. If a police officer feels that whatever you're doing is likely to cause an accident, you can be pulled over and ticketed for this, even if there isn't a specific law covering precisely what…
It matters how the law finds out you were txting while driving, Like if you were in an accident and you told the police that you were txting you could get a ticket for reckless driving. If you were pulled over by a cop and they saw you txting or if you were to swerve into the other lane cause of the txting or someting they might give you a ticket. it matters who you…
Answer From your question I can only assume that you either don't have your licence or you have it and don't quite understand how over-sterring could cause an accident or under sterring as well. When someone under-stears it means that they aren't driving in a straight line, they are all over the place. When someone over-stears, they also are all over the place. Driving a car is like walking down the sidewalk. If you walk…