Why would a 1994 Cavalier front passanger caliper lock up sometimes usually in traffic but also when you let it sit after a long drive?
The caliber needs replacing. Also I would suspect your brake system needs flushing. Replace all the old contaminated fluid with fresh brake fluid from an unopened can.
If you stop and without leaving the car you let a passanger disembark is it considered double parking?
What will cause 89 Chevy cavalier Z24 2.8 l engine temp to rise in heavy traffic then return to normal once car speeds up?
Is traffic school a trade off instead of getting points or a ticket, or can you get that in addition to those?
You have got a 1991 Chevy Cavalier Z24 with all new plugs that idles rough at traffic lights though has stalled rarely and teases to stall at traffic lights and at initial gas pedal press?
I've been trying to find this out too (for a mark III Golf). The smell's more noticeable in heavy traffic, I sometimes see smoke coming out of the air vents when the air's not switched on, and find condensation on the windscreen. It seems to be a problem with the cooling system. The coolant leaks onto the engine where it's burnt off. Maybe the heater core?
What are the rubber strips that are sometimes placed on busy roads that come from a metal box on the side and lay across the lanes of traffic?
The rubber strips are sensors that connect to traffic counters (the metal boxes). The counters record the number of axles that pass by a certain point on the road. Your local transportation agency uses the counts to figure out how many cars are using that particular road. The traffic counts tell the agency when to plan for road improvements and where to spend traffic funds.
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Depending on the severity and complexity of the case, maybe. For a simple straightforward violation, sometimes it is simply better (and less expensive) to represent yourself. You must make the choice, depending on your circumstances. There are benefits to having an attorney represent you. Sometimes, a person enters a guilty plea when facing a traffic violation under circumstances which would otherwise warrant a not guilty plea. An experienced driver's license suspension attorney can greatly mitigate…