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comment While driving, my handbrake gets automatically engaged (maybe)
When you were driving around, did it decelerate faster than normal when you went of the throttle?
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Dec
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answered How do I keep my wheels looking nice and shiny after cleaning them?
Dec
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comment Tyre equivalency
Correcting understeer is something every driver can do, releasing the throttle is an reaction every driver does instinctively. Oversteer is much harder to control, releasing the throttle causes the car to slide to the other side and it will end to a lamppost or in a ditch.
Nov
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answered Can an engine stop from a bad battery?
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answered Tyre equivalency
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answered Car sitting for several months: what should I do to keep it running well?
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comment Is it okay to leave a car for 5 months without driving it?
Brian: Filling up the tank has also one big other advantage. It prevents rust. Your remarks about shelf life are right, but I'd rather drain the tank and fill it up again when I start using the car again, just to be sure.
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answered Is it okay to leave a car for 5 months without driving it?
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answered The car won't start, not even click, but everything else works fine in the car
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