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Normally this is a symptom of a tire out of balance. Have your tires balanced and this should solve the problem.

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Q: Why does your car shake at 50 mph?
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What causes your car to shake going 50 mph?

Normally this is caused by a tire out of balance or a bent wheel.


At 50 mph how many feet per second does a car travel at 50 mph?

At 50 mph, a car travels 73.33 feet every second.


Why does my car shake trying to accelerate pass 50 mph and from a stop?

I would check your tires they could be out of balance. or a tire could be bad .


Why would a car shake after 50 mph?

Most of the time this is caused by a tire out of balance or a bent wheel. Take your car to anyplace that sells tires and have the tires rotated and balanced.


What is the velocity of a car going 50 mph due east?

The velocity is 50 mph east. (Or 50 mph at 0 degrees.)


Why does your truck shake when you hit the brakes at 50-55 mph?

If the rotors are warped it can cause a shake when you hit the brakes.


What causes the front end of a car to shake a bit while going 50 mph or higher?

Tire our of balance or bent wheel. Have your tires rotated and balanced.


Why does my 92 sonoma run rough between 50 and 55 mph only?

Need more info. Does just the engine run rough or does the steering shake or does the whole vehicle shake betwen 50 and 55 mph?


If 2 identical cars crash and each is traveling at 50 mph is the impact speed 50 mph or 100 mph and why?

The impact speed for each car is 50 mph. During the crash, both cars are accelerated from a speed of 50 mph to zero, hence the impact speed is 50 mph. The relative speed between each car, however, is 100 mph.


Car shake at speeds between 60 and 70 mph?

Check the wheel balance


How many feet per second does a car travel at 50 mph?

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Can bad rotors cause a car to shake over 40 mph?

It would be highly unlikely.

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