Your fan is probably not working correctly. When you are driving in the city, not much air is flowing freely through the nose of your car into the radiator, etc. When you are on the highway, there is a lot of air flowing in. Has your car been overheating or getting hot?
Your A/C belt may be loose and/or refrigerant may be low.
Well! for me it sound like the fan is not working, and specially at idle the condenser it get very hot. the best way to check the fan is to start the car and open the hood and with the a/c on the fan should be on. If the fan is not on... check the fan relay or the fan it self. other problem could be the office tube, for example if the high side in the a/c is under 200 psi and the low side is highter than 30 psi the office tube could be the problem in must GM cars.
They are controlled-access Highways. Interstate highways in the US are this type of highway.
If by this you mean only "hot heat" when drive at highway speeds likely thermostat bad and/or almost stuck and takes long time warm up from high engine RPM during highway driving.
A super highway is generally defined as a limited access highway in hte US. The only opportunity for a U turn on these highways is a restricted area intended for use by emergency vehicles. No other vehicles are allowed to make U turns on these highways.
for my 1997 vitara sidekick its only 7km/liter on city driving and 10km/liter on highway driving.
Could be debris (leaves, rodent nests, etc.) blocking the air flow through the radiator.
Yes, It is necessary. Only show two wheeler under 50 cc electric vehicles does not need license in India.
49.2 psi or around 50 psi-driving down the highway should be about the same. Mine was only 20 psi driving down the highway, replaced in tank fuel pump and it runs fine.
ONLY when there's a wide shoulder or a parking lot, and the highway is straight and not near a curve straight ahead.
100%. There are no accidents with motor vehicles. There are only failures to avoid collisions.
In many areas, yes. However, it is generally only allowed for farmers driving farm equipment.
National highway : Vehicles moving all over the nation on highways, and the roads are maintained by the central Govt. State highway :Vehicles moving within their own states and it is maintained by the state government only. There is only two highways i.e.., National highways and State highways. There is no Village highways. . National highways connect various regions of the country whilst state highways connect various regions in a state. It all depends on who has the power to dig the road, whether central, state or village administration.
False, the law states that you only have to pull over if there are 5 or more cars following closely behind you.
If the job involves driving registered motor vehicles or operating any motor vehicle on a public roadway, or if you can only get to and from work by driving yourself, then yes, you'll need one.
Not only should they, but they're required to by law.
Only for vehicles that require type A.Only for vehicles that require type A.
Oxford Street in London is pedestrianised and only buses, taxis and emergency vehicles are allowed to drive on it.
Yes she does need to be listed as a driver on your policy. You coverage will only cover her while she at your residence and driving your vehicles. This does not mean that she will have coverage on any of her vehicles while driving overseas. You cannot add her personal vehicle out of the country.
Always turn in to the lane closest to you (e.g. making a right turn onto a highway you should turn into the right lane).Turning from the highway depends upon which you are going, if left turns are premitted (some require left turns from the right lane only) So you must check the rules for that particular road. Unless there are other vehicles trying to come on to the intersection then you should just simply move to the left.
You get farther on a gallon of gas when driving on the highway, than when you drive in the city. This is because in the city you have more stop and go situations that are wasteful. The solid proof that is the irrefutable EPA sticker on all gasoline only or diesel only cars sold. Take careful note to see that the miles you get on a gallon of gas or diesel is less for city driving than it is for highway driving. Further, if you use more gas to get around town then you also cause more pollution. Specifically, you use less gas and less pollution if you do all of your shopping at one location, like a nearby mall, than driving all around town to many different stores.
The major cause of accidents between vehicles already on a highway and a vehicle entering a highway from an entrance ramp is because ramp motorists fail to YIELD.YIELD signs mean, allow traffic already on the highway to pass and proceed only when there is safe and clear distance to MERGE into moving traffic.
Not in Alberta Canada
depends where the 4 lane highway is to be compleatly honest because different places have different rules
Nevada does not have a highway specifically for UFOs, but Nevada does have a highway named Extraterrestrial Highway. And it's the only Extraterrestrial Highway in the world. :)
Vehicles must stop in both directions as long as the stop sign on the bus is extended. Otherwise, only your direction is required to stop.
ONLY if done for an emergency purpose and/or under the direction of competent authority (law enforcement - fire - or highway department personnel).