• Can you rent a car if you have no permit/ license and do not know how to drive?

    Best answer: No. Require license or permit, And, major credit card. . I'm not even sure of permit. Major renters like Enterprise require you to be 25 or older. Most also require you to have insurance or buy it from them, more $. Best you borrow from a friend. I sympathise. I tried to rent a car at 60, I had no major... show more
    Best answer: No. Require license or permit, And, major credit card. . I'm not even sure of permit.
    Major renters like Enterprise require you to be 25 or older. Most also require you to have insurance or buy it from them, more $.

    Best you borrow from a friend. I sympathise. I tried to rent a car at 60, I had no major credit card but did have DL and insured with State Farm; even thou I rented from Enterprise twice before; they just barely let me rent.
    24 answers · 3 days ago
  • What do you call a person/people who "poaches" vehicles?

    Now, these people are like poachers. But instead of going after animals, they go after your vehicles. For their components. What they do is. They'll steal vehicles, strip them down to parts. and (illegally) sell them on the market. Whether it's a Jalopy or a brand new. They'll hunt any vehicle. Such... show more
    Now, these people are like poachers. But instead of going after animals, they go after your vehicles. For their components. What they do is. They'll steal vehicles, strip them down to parts. and (illegally) sell them on the market. Whether it's a Jalopy or a brand new. They'll hunt any vehicle. Such as cars,trucks, motorcycles or possibly even trains,planes, army tanks or boats.
    16 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why are'nt stick shift cars popular in USA as they are in Europe and Asia?

    Best answer: There are a couple factors. The technology has improved for automatic transmissions to the point that fuel economy and acceleration are better than manual transmissions can not match their performance, even with professional drivers. Towing and moving heavy loads are even managed better by automatic transmissions,... show more
    Best answer: There are a couple factors. The technology has improved for automatic transmissions to the point that fuel economy and acceleration are better than manual transmissions can not match their performance, even with professional drivers.
    Towing and moving heavy loads are even managed better by automatic transmissions, which is why even commercial vehicles are more often equipped with automatic transmissions.
    Another thing is the population in the US living in urban/suburban areas now exceeds the number of people living
    rural areas with more open roads. The lessened headache of an automatic transmission has pushed demand higher and higher to the point that it is now less expensive to buy a vehicle with an automatic transmission than a manual one.

    Other than the thrill/nostalgia of driving a stick, there aren't advantages to owning a manual transmission today.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • I was in a near accident near the GWB bridge. I was making a u turn and there was a BMW and another car behind him. Is God upset at me?

    Best answer: God is angry that you drive a Kia. He wanted you to buy a Jaguar
    Best answer: God is angry that you drive a Kia. He wanted you to buy a Jaguar
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do dirty cars get stolen?

    Covered in food stains mold, maggots. No locks. It smells like fermented fruit and age old balogne. Old socks smell and black goo near all the doors but they open easy?
    Covered in food stains mold, maggots. No locks. It smells like fermented fruit and age old balogne. Old socks smell and black goo near all the doors but they open easy?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why did the US decommissioned route 66?

    Why did the US decommissioned route 66?

    Best answer: Interstate system. Every year there are car and motorcycle clubs that do a Route 66 run, some of it on the freeway, and some on the old road, where possible. Sounds like fun. When I finish getting my vintage Corvette fixed up enough to where I can trust it, I might join in on one of those runs.
    Best answer: Interstate system. Every year there are car and motorcycle clubs that do a Route 66 run, some of it on the freeway, and some on the old road, where possible. Sounds like fun. When I finish getting my vintage Corvette fixed up enough to where I can trust it, I might join in on one of those runs.
    17 answers · 1 week ago
  • Getting your first driver's license when you're over 18 in Ohio?

    In Ohio, if you've never possessed a driver's license or permit, but you are over 18, how does that work? Do you HAVE to have a learner's permit for 60 days or whatever it is, or can you opt to immediately get the driver's license? I've heard Ohio recently changed their license laws anyway and... show more
    In Ohio, if you've never possessed a driver's license or permit, but you are over 18, how does that work? Do you HAVE to have a learner's permit for 60 days or whatever it is, or can you opt to immediately get the driver's license? I've heard Ohio recently changed their license laws anyway and now MAIL them to you instead of just letting you pick them up in person. So, could you just have them mail you your actual license if you're an adult? Are the tests required to get your license THAT hard to pass the first time? What type of course do you have to do in order to pass the maneuverability part? I've heard you go forward, then do it backwards... but I don't know what the course would look like exactly. Is it straight mostly or a lot of twists/turns? What about the written part? Is there a lot of hard-to-remember information, or is it pretty simple/easy/obvious? About how long does each test (the written one and driving one) take to complete? Can you do them all on the same day to get it over with? Regarding the driving part of the test specifically - since you don't have a license currently, would you have someone take you in, get a permit, then go back to take your tests... or would you just have someone take you in, do your tests, then be issued a license if you pass? I know they inspect your vehicle to make sure it's up to code and safe and I'm not worried about that aspect whatsoever. My vehicle will be fine.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Anyone know if it's illegal to mount a different set of tires on a car (not the tires purchased),without the owner's consent?

    I bought a set of all terrain tires & discovered that highway tires (different Product #) were mounted. The tires I purchased were out of stock & I just discovered what they did. Is this illegal? Thanks!
    I bought a set of all terrain tires & discovered that highway tires (different Product #) were mounted. The tires I purchased were out of stock & I just discovered what they did. Is this illegal? Thanks!
    14 answers · 7 days ago
  • Why do cars go "mmmmmm-mm-mm-mm-mm-mmmm!" in reverse?

    Like a kind of humming noise. And how come they don't make that same noise when they're travelling forward?
    Like a kind of humming noise. And how come they don't make that same noise when they're travelling forward?
    11 answers · 7 days ago
  • How do people get mills and lathes in their garage?

    I frequently go to estate sales and see very nice mills and lathes being sold for pennies on the dollar I've seen pristine, relatively new, manual lathes go for as little as $1500. Im a machinist myself, but my question is - HOW THE HELL DO THEY GET THEM IN THERE? bridgeport mills weigh about 1 ton, and... show more
    I frequently go to estate sales and see very nice mills and lathes being sold for pennies on the dollar I've seen pristine, relatively new, manual lathes go for as little as $1500. Im a machinist myself, but my question is - HOW THE HELL DO THEY GET THEM IN THERE? bridgeport mills weigh about 1 ton, and lathes can be much heavier, depending on size. So how do people pick them up and install them? I realize they can be transported via a truck and trallier as 1 ton is almost nothing for a modern truck to pull, but floor to trailer and trailer to garage and positioning must be near impossible without a fork lift (that's how we move them around the shop i work at)
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • Hello, I am 16 and I am a newer driver. I still have my learning's permit, and I have a question about the speed limit.?

    I still have my learning's permit, and I have been driving with my dad teaching me for months now (I will be taking the test to get my driver's license eventually). As I drive, I always go at the speed limit that the sign tells me (35 MPH, 40 MPH, etc). However, I notice that while I drive, the people... show more
    I still have my learning's permit, and I have been driving with my dad teaching me for months now (I will be taking the test to get my driver's license eventually). As I drive, I always go at the speed limit that the sign tells me (35 MPH, 40 MPH, etc). However, I notice that while I drive, the people behind me seem to always catch up and get close while the people behind me are always going even faster (despite me being at the speed limit). Sometimes I will go just 5 above the speed limit because I get stressed out when it is safe to do so, but the same thing happens. My question is, should I stay at the exact speed limit, or is it okay to go 5 above. Also, when this happens, should I get stressed out about it? I know I am technically not doing anything wrong, but I do not want to feel like I am holding anybody up or as if I am going too slow. I also live in Florida if that is something that needs to be taken into consideration as well. I've looked this up before, but I've never really felt secure about it.
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are my car seat choices?

    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Did uber still charge my card?

    Best answer: Yes. The Uber driver has to pay for his fuel and the maintenance on his vehicle. He spent his time and money to get to your location. He deserves to be paid.
    Best answer: Yes. The Uber driver has to pay for his fuel and the maintenance on his vehicle. He spent his time and money to get to your location. He deserves to be paid.
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why do drivers with remote locking devices walk away from their vehicle before activating it?

    Best answer: Usually I lock my car while I am standing next to it but if I have other items in my hands, it may be a case of not being able to reach the keys and press the lock button for a few seconds. If that is the case, I'll lock it as I'm walking away from it. It has nothing to do with showing off ( it's a... show more
    Best answer: Usually I lock my car while I am standing next to it but if I have other items in my hands, it may be a case of not being able to reach the keys and press the lock button for a few seconds.

    If that is the case, I'll lock it as I'm walking away from it. It has nothing to do with showing off ( it's a 10+ year old vehicle...no one cares ).
    12 answers · 1 week ago