It varies by state.
6 to 18 inches from the curb
A merging traffic sign an example of a warning.
This depends on the type of fracture, the severity, age of the patients and several other factors. In general, children's fracture are stable by 3 to 6 weeks but complete healing only occurs after many months.
absolutely, when some one is angry when they get behind the wheel, then this anger will escalate should another driver make a mistake, this is how "road rage" continues.
it messes up your perception and reflexes
Okay, you're talking about the delay when the light turns red for one direction and then turns green for another direction. My guess would be that it would be to ensure that the intersection is clear before another direction of travel is given the green.
Nobody has to wear a seatbelt, but their are consequences to that decision.
Every state in America has a seatbelt law which requires every person in the vehicle to wear a seatbelt or they could get a ticket.
Another consequence is that you could die from even the smallest of fender benders if not properly strapped in.
Try this if you dare (and if you're really stupid): Run at a brick wall as fast as you can (about 7 miles per hour) and try to stop yourself with your arms. That's what it's going to be like if you hit another car going just 7 MPH. Now try to imaging hitting something at a whopping 25 MPH?
Wear your seatbelts!
Experience and common sense can best answer your question. My son is 12 and he rides. He has been riding since he was 6. I got him a super pocket bike when he turned 11 and a mini one when he was 6.
Most of those laws fail at protecting society, but mandatory fines, jail sentences and drivers license suspensions help deter drinking and driving. The swifter the punishment, the more effective it is at preventing drunk driving.
It sounds like your wheels are out of alignment, possibly from driving hard over potholes or large bumps in the road.
You should point your wheels away from the curb when parking up hill and toward the curb when parking down the hill. You want the vehicle to immediately make contact with the curb if is rolls.
Car servicing frequency depends on factors like the vehicle's age, mileage, and manufacturer recommendations. Generally, newer cars might need service every 10,000 to 15,000 miles or once a year, whichever comes first. For older vehicles or those with higher mileage, more frequent servicing may be necessary. Regular maintenance includes oil changes, fluid checks, tire rotations, and inspections of brakes, belts, and filters. Following the manufacturer's car service schedule ensures optimal performance, longevity, and safety for your vehicle.
Unless you have a very light bodyweight or a very poor alcohol tolerance its unlikely, however dont try it. Any drinking and then driving is just plain stupid, and a bad habit. Plus if you get pulled over it doesnt matter if you had a sip or a 12 pack, the cop will still smell it on your breath and then you have a really big problem.
Yes. Generally the legal limit is a blood alcohol content of .08, which is less than one drink. In Connecticut even if you are below that limit you may still be charged-- bu rather than 'driving while intoxicated', the charge will be 'driving under the influence'.
Probably sixteen or seventeen.
That depends on the local laws that govern your state or country. In Germany the vehicle must be parked "with the flow of traffic". To answer this question directly use you local Department of Driver Services, or Department of Motor Vehicles.
Not speeding is a good way to avoid a $250 ticket.
You can drive a moped at the age of 14.
The age for a moped in the U.K. is 16. Spain and Italy is 14
Decelerating to near zero, until you can see your way clear.
You at least have to b 12 to sit in the front of a car
actually it isn't what height it is how old the child has to be because if you put a child in the car and they are only 4' feet then you can get a ticket the child has to be older than 11 to ride in the front seat of a car
Generally, when you have the right-of-way, take it! (But don't get in an accident just to assert your rights.)
Some people like to "wave" others ahead, out of turn, thinking this is courteous. In fact, this practice is confusing, inefficient, and dangerous. Courteous people do what they are supposed to do. Driving is safe when all vehicles move in predictable ways. So drive predictably, following the rules established rules and customs. When it's your turn to go, then go!
Orange colored signs are posted to alert drivers of a change in the road conditions. Orange colored flags can be used to let a driver know that there is large cargo on a vehicle.