A car is a wheeled, self-propelled vehicle. Normally, a car has 4 wheels and is designed for the transport of passengers. Depending upon locale, cars may also be called 'autos.'

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What is name of this part in the picture?

Could you guys please tell me the name of the part in red square in English?
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humming sound from car when driving

I have a Nissan FB 15 car. Today I hear some humming sound from font wheels. I'm not sure whether it comes from the engine or wheels. It's not coming all the time. But when I increase the speed, then ...
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Looking at car mileage [closed]

My wife and I have just moved to USA, and we need a car immediately. This is my first time in US so I didn't know. We have a budget around 7-8k for our first car. I was looking at some Mercedes ...
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2007 Chevrolet Impala over Heating [closed]

I changed the radiator and thermostat completely filled it with coolant and it is over heat.
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2004 x3 BMW heater blows cold air when stopped or idling

Heater only works when moving blows cold air when stopped or idling
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New car should run slow for better mileage - Myth or reality? [duplicate]

I just bought a Ford Ecosport and it has been only hours old. The dealer told me to drive the car at as slow speed as possible for the first 3 months (not more than 80 kmph) although my car can easily ...
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Removing scuff marks from paintwork

Hi could any one give me some advise on how to get rid of this mark please
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Why do blinkers of two cars never blink synchronously

I dont know if I can ask this question here but have been trying to find an answer for this one for a long time. Take three cars of the same make/model/year. With the precision of microseconds, turn ...
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Is there any disadvantage of shifting to Neutral at high speed? [duplicate]

I would like to confirm whether shifting the vehicle to Neutral while at high speed in order to stop the vehicle is bad or not in terms of fuel efficiency. I had a word with some of my collegues and ...
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External mechanic inspection on CPO car? [closed]

I am about to buy a used Certified Pre-Owned(CPO) car. I have read that external mechanic inspection is recommended when buying used cars but does that hold true for CPO cars too? Would it be wise to ...
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Got a call from the mechanic saying I need new disc brakes. Can I buy them online instead? [closed]

Car newbie here! I have my Citroen C3 Picasso in the shop to do a routine service. The mechanic just called me to say that I should get my front disc brakes and pads replaced, as they're nearly gone. ...
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Automobile EDR / Black Box - What is it for?

My partner has just started driving, and her insurance company have fitted a "Black Box" to her car. My understanding of these devices is somewhat vague, as some sites suggest that they only collect ...
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Why need to change gear in car? [closed]

Could someone let me know why it is necessary to change from gear to gear ?What is the scientific foundation? I heard " The higher your speed the higher your gear, the lower your speed the lower your ...
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What key parts of a car should responders know about?

This might be on topic here, so I'm going to ask it: If a car was hit by another one and responders needed access to it, what key parts should they be aware of the location when entering the vehicle?
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Fitting speakers on the door of a hatchback

I'm thinking of fitting an audio system for my hatchback. I'm a little bit confused over fixing the speakers. I have three options to fit the speakers. Fit them on an MDF tray above boot. [6x9 oval ...
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Is it possible to have a manual transmission electric car?

Reading about the new supercar from VW, I distinctly noticed when the author specifically mentioned shifting to "drive". I know the car in article is an automatic, but it got me thinking. Is it ...
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What clues are there to identify real mileage?

This is a bit theoretical question, maybe viable for a wiki. Suppose you want to buy a 10yo car and among available deals you see one with suspiciously low mileage (e.g. 5'000 km). Seller assures you ...