bumps,brakes, and air resistance
Warped brake rotors........
worn front end parts (steering or suspension) could cause a car to shake when appling the brakes.
The cause is most likely electrical, with a possible chaffed wire, loose connector connection or loose ground wire leading to the engine, transmission or elsewhere.
Siphon it out. Do not drive or pump the brakes. Replace the brake fluid. This will cause the brakes to fail.
When a parachutist is falling with his parachute open, he is hitting air molecules. Imagine he is going at 1 cm/s, he is hitting 1 cubic cm of air molecules per second. If he goes at 2 cm/s, then he is hitting 2 cubic cm of air per second. This increases the air resistance. So as his speed increases, so does the amount of cubic cm of air molecules.
A common reason is that the front rotors have warped. Go check out WikiAnswers on the topic of "warped brake rotors". Rotors should wear out smoothly in normal driving. Use of the brakes that generate lots of heat (hard braking, riding the brakes) will result in warped rotors.
One of the main reasons motrocyclists crash is not due to cars hitting the rider, but its usually when somebody comes up to a curve to fast and get scared and hit the brakes wich throws them way off balance and cause the bike to spin out from underneath them. When hitting a curve too fast remember that you can always turn and lean more to compensate, hitting the brakes when going to fast is more dangerous than turning harder to make up.
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A damaged/rusted/warped brake rotor on the right front.
the brakes are the only thing between you aand the car you might hit,besides the car around you,you should check them regularly to avoid cossions,or minimise the damage,hitting a car at 75 can total both cars and cause injuries,using the brakes can minimise the injury or even PREVENT the crash
How molecules in the air cause air resistance?
Yes coasting downhill will save you fuel. However do not do this with a vehicle equipped with automatic transmission. You will damage the automatic transmission by coasting. You can do this with a manual transmission but do not shut the engine off. This would cause you to loose power steering and power brakes.
Yeah I hit a manhole cover sticking a few inches out of the road at about 30 mph and my transmission busted open and all the fluid jsut pours right out
it cause no electricity because of the resistance but.... if your question was..... "the caused by the flow of electrons" then the answer well be ( it cause electricity )
by hitting anything
No, that is a myth.
either your knee hits it into neutral or you hit the bump to fast and it pops forward.
My first guess would be the front end alignment and possibly the brakes. During braking, you engine and transmission are not under a load so they should not cause any vibration.
Which can cause auroras and disrupt satellite transmission?
If brakes are sticking and you drive for a long distance, then yes