Time for a tune up.
Because it is too tired from all that driving
A leak in the brake booster is one common reason why a car would stall or hesitate when the brakes are pushed. There could also be an obstruction in the brake line.
Generally speaking, unless a car is within driving distance so that you can see it, I would hesitate recommending eBay for car purchases. Try your local Craigslist advertising instead. This way you can see and test drive the car.
u should get a complete tune up asap.
low trans fluid level.
Blue i believe. But it appears that you are driving faster if you are in a red car.
Dirty jets in the carb or dirty fuel line or faulty spark (plug or distributor)...
No, but why would you?
He is driving a blue Chevy Nova 1970.
Bad speed sensors can cause the car to hesitate when accelerating at speeds below 20 mph. The blockage of the air filters can also cause the car to hesitate when accelerating at speeds below 20 mph.
When driving the IAC does not do anything because the car is not at an idle
It would be a physical change. because no new substance was formed when driving in a car and it can be easily reversed back to where it was.
it depends on which state you are going to be driving the car in.
Year, make, model and engine size would help us help you.
tailgate your car
It is important to maintain speed while driving, unless coming to a stop. A car would decelerate if there was not enough fuel or electricity to keep the car running.
Is Driving a car is similar to driving what A car is similar to driving a fighter plane
By driving the "Car" to a "Car Wash!" LOL!
What would cause my VW golf to cut out whist driving
Blue '54 Nash Metropolitan
Leather gloves would be best for driving a car or gloves that have been desinged for extra grip.
You would call the insurance company of the person's car that you are driving. The insurance follows the car and not the insured.
car driving is,what we drive in roads,