I have a 1995 Bonneville that did the same thing. Your problem is you have a bad crank angle sensor. When you run your car on the computer it will not show up, but that's what your problem is. I took mine to the dealership and it was replace, cost about $230, and it has not happened since. Been about two years since replaced.
crankshaft position censor
change the fuel filter you have two
check the fuel filter, may be clogged.
Fuel Pressure Regulator - would do that -
Stalling while driving may be caused by a collapsing or kinked neoprene fuel line.
If the check engine light is on...might be a dirty EGR valve.
because it's a bad car
Year, Make, Model, engine size please. possibly an ignition or sensor (electronic part).
cuz ur a woman
Yes, a catalytic converter can cause a vehicle to vibrate and stall. It will do this when it gets plugged because it causes the fuel mix to be disturbed.
it could be vapor lock
Sounds like it could be vapor locking. Try putting a few wooden clothes pins on fuel line