I believe you are "standing", not parked.
If your car is running when parked then it is burning gas. Cars use gasoline to run the engine.
when the vehicle is parked they are raising the motor, Or when passing by it rattles the window
1986 Corvette. Car drove fine a week ago. parked it in the garage and today totally dead. Where fron here?
If no engine light is on it could be fuel filter
Exhaust fumes may enter and that is not good.
As long as the parked vehicle is parked properly and not illegally parked in any manner, then the vehicle that rear-ended the parked car is at fault. Now if the parked car is sitting illegally (such as double parked or parked in a no parking zone, etc.) then the parked car is at fault or even both the parked car AND the car that hits it are BOTH at fault.
No it won't hurt the engine BUT you could get carbon monoxide in the car. Don't sit in a parked car with the engine running if your exhaust is bad - it could kill you.
The person's who parked it there, (its parked illegally.)Not your fault.
The relative size of the parking spot is dependent on what it is doing. Parked in a lot follows the standard design rules of 1.0. When at a hub that is totally a different story. it could be 2.0, 3.0 or even more if it is parked on the field of a park.
It would be the car who had parked illegally because he was not parked in a legal spot.
the "check engine" light will come on or there will be a puddle of gasoline or oil where the car is parked
the person how parked.
I parked my car in the driveway
If your car is parked in a zone where parking is not permitted, then it is illegal. The condition of the car is irrelevant.
The word "accelerate" means to travel faster, pick up speed ... how on earth can a car be parked and moving at the same time. Possibly meant, engine revs to higher RPM when stopped, which could be: Throttle Positioner problem
When you are parked or in neutral while the car idles, your engine will shake. The vehicle will also get poor gas milage. Bad gas can also cause engine failure.
Compressor/clutch is about to go bad, if has a serpentine belt when it does no driving the car, better get it checked while car can drive, oh ya stop using AC till its checked.
From being parked only - no.
Yes it can be an adjective: We walked past the parked cars.
I have a Mazda protege 1996 that is parked because it will not go into drive but the engine starts?
well the cooling water or as you said (liquid) treated chemically so it does not freez and it does not boil inside the engine when running or freez over night when the car is parked .
Yes, as long as the engine is not in gear and a brake is enabled.A "Parked" car is defined as: a setting in an automatic transmission in which the transmission is in neutral and the brake is engaged. (http:/dictionary.reference.com/browse/park)Therefore it would suffice to say that a car is parked once the wheels are locked via some sort of brake and the engine is not in gear (park or neutral). The lights being on is irrelevant.Concerning California law: It is illegal to leave your vehicle unattended on the highway without first turning off the engine and enabling a brake.(http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/vctop/d11/vc22515.htm)
Airplanes can be parked in areas at airports or at hangers if they belong to a company.