Do they tell you when, or do they expect you to just go get an estimate and bring it to them?
It depends on the "health" of your car, the conditions in which you drive, and the type of oil you used for the last oil change.
Personally, I think getting oil changed regularly is a lot cheaper than a repair that is needed because you tried to cheap out on the oil changes.
My dog has a higher pedigree than that lot.
I recently got my first ever traffic ticket because of an illegal u-turn. It’s been days and I haven’t told my parents. I’m 18 turning 19 next month and have been driving since I got my permit in 2016 and received my license in Jan of 2017. I don’t have my own car because I’ve been driving my mom’s car that she...
Bought a used car from a dealer about 3 weeks ago. Unfortunately there is vibration within the car when traveling at 60mph+ due to the rear tyres being deformed with. (Not a true circle when looking at the tyre). Had the car at a tyre fitter and they say the tyres required to be replaced. I understand wear and tear...
What to say and what not to say to an adjuster?How do I file a lawsuit with out a lawyer? How do I know how much my payout is with my insurance company.Two kids,and my husband was in the car.
The manual just TOLD you to do that.
I think they wasting power of using Air condition we can use natural wind during the whole flight that will be more amazing
Seems like they are idiots
I feel like the worlds biggest idiot. I probably am. I’ve had my car since March 2018 and most of the time I’ve had it, my boyfriend would fill up my gas but yesterday I was rushing after I got off work and had to go get my hair done. Went to the gas station because I had a little less than halfway left on gas. I...
Probably very studpid question, but we say the airplane "burns the fuel" in order to be powered. Is it literally burning inside the fuel? I would think it's very dangerous if there is real fire (flame) within the engine. But if there is no fire, why say "burns the fuel" and how the oil fuel...
I recently was sold used 122000 miles vehicle with clean title and clean carfax. Only after I bought it I started to notice weird problems with the car. After looking deeper I started noticing lots of evidence of water damage like excessive interior rust, grit, dry mud, sand inside door trims and many other...
What does that mean? I drive a Honda Accord, if that helps. My car is driving fine (just a slight jerking every now and then, but that's another issue i'll get fixed).
The fact that it did that then stopped worries me...help?!
Sure you can. You can sell anything you like or want as long as you have that title. You might find a sucker, or i mean some fool, uh i means some potential buyer. As long as you are not over priced and be realistic abt how much you want.