My Ford Ka 1.3 has recently started smoking after a journey of 5-10 min , of the left hand (left side ) of the engine bay - and performance goes right down to the point that only get up a hill ! The smell is like a strong burning metal , as an angle grinder would smell like - rather than a smell of exhaust / oil. No water is used , however , what I find strange, but it drastically overheating. When the car is left for 15 minutes to cool - it 's fine again, but after a journey of 5-10 minutes , the same thing happens again, I do not know if it is a separate issue , but the brakes fail miserably when this happens also .
to do so, after all the laws? Normally my bike to a fabric store and craft four miles down the road. I have to cross the road to the other side to enter the mall , say you should ride a bike on the road with actual traffic flow , which is considered very dangerous. And wearing a helmet will not save you from injury. Riding in the bike lane, not from being beaten . The sidewalk helps a little in this area. If the sidewalks are for pedestrians only now , I would say that I and several people I know very well walk on dirt and grass grew ang sidwalks in parts because people travel anyway. But apart from this , following the law , say I'm riding with the flow of traffic going slower than 10 miles per hour , which prevents traffic, by the way , which is faster than my bike will go , and I need to get into the left lane to get to the other side of the road. No heavy traffic is such that even when the light is red, the traffic is coming from. In a moving vehicle ( car , not a bike) , it is easy to combine , going with the flow of traffic. It is very easy to look back for a second while driving forward at 35 mph to see if you have enough space to go into the other lane . But on a bike with only two wheels, each time I have looke behind me while driving , I can not help but turn slightly to the left and off balance. Now this is a very good way to get into a serious accident. Your thoughts ? Thank you.
I wonder if I can . I 'm from Canada and we have a right-hand drive there. So , does it? Is it legal to drive one? How long does it take to get used to driving on the left ?
If a common man did the same Ted Kennedy did and just left the scene and returned to the party to drink even more and did not tell anyone about the incident until Monning when the girl could have been saved . Does he also recently charged with leaving the scene of an accident and forgiven , because it was
i backed into a parked car in a parking lot crowded. I left a note with my name , number and the phone number of my insurance claim. I will be charged with a misdemeanor?
$12,000 in credit cards. We have about $28,000 in savings at the moment and are trying to move to San Antonio, Texas. We can pay off the credit cards and rent for a year which would have done but we are having non money related renting complications (totally different issue- no comments on it please!!) or we can pay off some of the credit card debt and put down 2,000- 10,000 dollars. Also, what is considered a good interest rate on home (mortgage) loan? Only serious answers please!! :) We have average credit (we are 20 and 21) and make between 3.000- 7,000 a month. (self employed) verifiable by bank statements.
ok , so I'm looking for an automatic weapon concealable hand at least 9x19 or larger. this weapon is to be used for self defense and I am not capable to concered . any suggestions ?
I need to declare bankruptcy under chapter 7.
I know it sounds a bit weird but hear me out. I'm doing ICT A level and we're on the topic of the Heath and Safety at Work Act 1974 and obviously there's something in there to do with making sure employee's have the appropriate insurance etc. The insurance is to make sure they are covered, should an accident happen, then there's tax involved when paying employee's too. I was wondering (since in the eyes of the law it doesn't matter whether you're family or not) that if you had a son, and say you gave him some pocket money for doing some daily jobs, it would technically count as a job. Could you get fined for paying him cash-in-hand instead of doing it formally? I know there's probably something to do with the number of hours, but let's say we ignore that. Could you? (There's no real purpose behind the question, I'm just curious)
for example in the UK patients have to pay the second time I come with a problem due to the consumption of snuff.