• What to get checked in a car when you use your car a lot besides oil change and checking tires?

    I work at a job where it requires me to drive to houses a lot, 5 times a week. Can someone tell me what is required to keep your car in good shape, thanks!
    I work at a job where it requires me to drive to houses a lot, 5 times a week. Can someone tell me what is required to keep your car in good shape, thanks!
    17 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 1 day ago
  • Legal issues please answer ASAP!?

    6 months ago, in June, I crashed my car into a “parked” car at a gas station. I thought the woman backed into me as she was in the vehicle when this happened, but because I am 16 the officer assumed I was at fault. I live in Michigan. Now this woman that was in the vehicle is claiming she has an injury from this... show more
    6 months ago, in June, I crashed my car into a “parked” car at a gas station. I thought the woman backed into me as she was in the vehicle when this happened, but because I am 16 the officer assumed I was at fault. I live in Michigan. Now this woman that was in the vehicle is claiming she has an injury from this crash, which I know to be impossible since I barely even hit her vehicle (there is no damage to either vehicles) and like I said we were in a parking lot. My insurance company is just now making me write a claim for the accident, even though I told them about it when it happened. Does this seem fishy to anyone else? What should I do? The woman is asking for 1,500 USD for shoulder therapy and I don’t even believe I was at fault for the accident in general.
    14 answers · Insurance & Registration · 1 day ago
  • Minnesota title transfer trouble?

    Best answer: You have (NO) legal liability here and the (new) buyer is trying to “bluff” you here in saying that you do. This new buyer made a mistake from buying from the guy you sold it to and did (not) put the title into his name, thus avoiding taxes/fees (aka) title jumping. So you have (2) options; Tell this guy that... show more
    Best answer: You have (NO) legal liability here and the (new) buyer is trying to “bluff” you here in saying that you do.

    This new buyer made a mistake from buying from the guy you sold it to and did (not) put the title into his name, thus avoiding taxes/fees (aka) title jumping.

    So you have (2) options; Tell this guy that the guy you sold it to and then (re-sold) it to him, that he (must) put the title into his name,.then once in his name, then he signs as the seller and this guy signs as the buyer.

    Or, do as poster entidtil suggested, go to the DMV with this guy and explained what happened, and “may” get a duplicate title in your name, then you sign off as the seller and he is the buyer.

    But, this guy needs to know his (beef) is the guy you sold it to, not YOU.

    IF, the DMV says no to a duplicate title, then this (new) buyer needs to get his money back and return the car to the guy you sold it to, since (until) he puts into his name and pays the taxes/fees, may not get so lucky with the next (idiot) that tries to buy w/out a valid title.
    9 answers · Insurance & Registration · 20 hours ago
  • Trade a vehicle in after a year?

    I have a 2017 camaro 2.0 turbo but want to either get a 2016 or 17 v8 camaro. how can i make that possible or will the dealership say no?
    I have a 2017 camaro 2.0 turbo but want to either get a 2016 or 17 v8 camaro. how can i make that possible or will the dealership say no?
    19 answers · Chevrolet · 1 day ago
  • Why does cars catch fire upside down.?

    Best answer: Cars can catch fire when fuel leaks and there is open flame or sparking to ignite it. Movie car chase scenes often make the scene more exciting by starting fires in the crashed vehicle. They set the vehicle on fire just for the excitement.
    Best answer: Cars can catch fire when fuel leaks and there is open flame or sparking to ignite it. Movie car chase scenes often make the scene more exciting by starting fires in the crashed vehicle. They set the vehicle on fire just for the excitement.
    16 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 2 days ago
  • Why doesn't car insurance cover repairs?

    It doesn't make sense that car insurance would send you a new vehicle if you got in a car accident, but it wont help with repair costs like a blown head gasket or engine problems. It just seems to me like if you're paying that much money every month for car insurance, it should help out with repair costs.... show more
    It doesn't make sense that car insurance would send you a new vehicle if you got in a car accident, but it wont help with repair costs like a blown head gasket or engine problems. It just seems to me like if you're paying that much money every month for car insurance, it should help out with repair costs. Am I missing something here?
    13 answers · Insurance & Registration · 23 hours ago
  • Cars similar to Mini Coopers?

    I have fell in love with the newer mini coopers, only to have my heart broken when I found out they aren't that reliable. I absolutely loved the sporty interior and great gas mileage and now I can't seem to find a more table vehicle similar to it. So, any ideas on a vehicle that's similar?
    I have fell in love with the newer mini coopers, only to have my heart broken when I found out they aren't that reliable. I absolutely loved the sporty interior and great gas mileage and now I can't seem to find a more table vehicle similar to it. So, any ideas on a vehicle that's similar?
    13 answers · Buying & Selling · 24 hours ago
  • Are premium car tyres really that much better than mid price tyres?

    Would I save money in the long term if I purchased premium tyres?
    Would I save money in the long term if I purchased premium tyres?
    21 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 3 days ago
  • How many km does MItsubiahi sm cf 5w 40 fully synthetic oil run before the next oil changes?

    I was told every 10,000kmfor this type of oil and some said 5000km. Which one is correct?
    I was told every 10,000kmfor this type of oil and some said 5000km. Which one is correct?
    10 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 19 hours ago
  • Does this fall under the LEMON LAW?

    Ok so i bought a car about a week or 2 ago (2004 Infiniti G35 with 78k miles)and the day before yesterday i was driving around and all of a sudden i started hearing this really loud sound...like marbles in a can...so the person i was with called one of his friends whos a mechanic and asked if we could stop by to... show more
    Ok so i bought a car about a week or 2 ago (2004 Infiniti G35 with 78k miles)and the day before yesterday i was driving around and all of a sudden i started hearing this really loud sound...like marbles in a can...so the person i was with called one of his friends whos a mechanic and asked if we could stop by to take a look...while we were driving the car died...it just died while driving...i didnt stall or anything...you cant really stall while driving but yea...it died...i started it up again and continued to his house...as soon as well pulled up to his house the car completely died...we tried to jump it...he checked the pully thing with the breaker...and he came to the conclusion that the motor had seized...but how can a motor seized with oil in the car...i checked and there was NO OIL in the car...but just a week before(the day after i got it) i checked and it was actually overfilled...but how could it have no oil? i had NO LEAK ...where can the oil have gone? So my dad towed me home... So then a day passed(yesterday) and im pushing the car up the driveway and my neighbor comes over and started talking to me and i bring up that the motor seized and explained everything up there^^ including that the dealership sold it to us AS IS with NO WARRANTY...and he was like "man that probably falls under the lemon law...sure sounds like it" and now im wondering could it actually fall under the Lemon Law???
    28 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 days ago
  • Is my 4 wheel drive broken?

    So, I had a 2wd rwd drive car and traded it for a 4wd truck but the truck slides on icy roads just as much as my car did, whts wrong with my 4wd?
    So, I had a 2wd rwd drive car and traded it for a 4wd truck but the truck slides on icy roads just as much as my car did, whts wrong with my 4wd?
    23 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 3 days ago
  • Someone else’s Insurance company is overcharging me, what do I do?

    I hit a ladies car a month of so ago and I was at fault. It was just a fender bender but her rear tire did get some damage as it was pushed in a little bit. Her insurance company sent me a bill of $4000 & I truly believe that they are bullshitting me and are trying to overcharge me by a couple thousand. I want... show more
    I hit a ladies car a month of so ago and I was at fault. It was just a fender bender but her rear tire did get some damage as it was pushed in a little bit. Her insurance company sent me a bill of $4000 & I truly believe that they are bullshitting me and are trying to overcharge me by a couple thousand. I want to fight it or do something about it if I can. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do in a situation like this? Anything helps
    16 answers · Insurance & Registration · 2 days ago