In a city. If you keep up with the traffic flow on a highway, then you are pretty safe. Whereas in a city you face all kind of hazardous driving, and this is reducing the safety on city streets.
If you have low air in your tire it might cause your car to shake, also if you don't put air in your tires it may cause it to explode while your driving, It could also be caused by your alignment being off.
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Expect 26 city, 34 highway in realworld. EPA estimates and different driving styles may cause variation.
when overheating occurs at highway speeds the cause is usually. a radiator or coolant circulation problem, Check for a restricted or clogged radiator.
the thermostat probably went bad try to change it or take it out and see if it that helps.
if you get dirt in a transmission while drive 1000 miles you could ruin it. no question about it...
My guess would be a plugged fuel filter.
Check the operation of the cooling fans. However, if you are driving at highway speeds the cooling fan would not be needed, therefore it could be a defective thermostat or a clogged radiator, in which case a radiator shop could clean and refurbish it. If not driving at highway speeds, the check not only the fan, but the thermostatic switch controlling the fan and the fuse/circuit breaker for the fan system
Try cleaning you MAF sensor, while you are there check that the ground to it is secure, fluctuations in voltage will cause the jerking you describe as the ecm does not know how much air is coming into the intake.
They do on occasion, but food poising is usually the result of bacteria.