Why does a car pulls to the right when breaking?
Could be a frozen brake caliper (opposite side) Could be rear brakes are not adjusted properly
When you hit a bump your car pulls to the right and when you turn your sterring wheel does not turn back by it self?
Car a nears intersection with right turn signal on car b is stopped and to the right at the intersection a begins to slide unable to make turn but is going straight car b pulls out car a hits b fault?
If I am backing out of my driveway slowly and my friend's car pulls right behind me instead of waiting for me to pull out and pulling next to me and I back right into her car who is responsible?
Who is at fault if a car indicates to turn left but carries on and a car at the same junction pulls out and hits the other in the side?
you hold your steering wheel pointing as straight forward as possible, unless the car is sliding sideways, in that case you steer into the turn, which means if the back of your car is sliding to the right then you turn your steering wheel to the right. No sudden breaking or accelerating, just be as smooth on the throttle as possible.
If the car judders as it pulls away but the problem goes away after a while the discs are contaminated with water. If the car judders as it pulls away always, its contaminated with oil, suspect a leaking engine seal/gland. if the car overrevs as it pulls away and there is a burning smell, the clutch is burnt out. If the car is in gear but doesnt pull away. The clutch is burnt out. If…