• My dash cam has ‘parking wake’ can i drive with this on or will it only record if it senses a crash?

    Best answer: Most dash cams with this feature will automatically engage parking mode when they detect that the ignition has been turned off or that the vehicle has been stationary for a predetermined period of time. To save on memory and power consumption the camera will usually engage a motion detection function and only... show more
    Best answer: Most dash cams with this feature will automatically engage parking mode when they detect that the ignition has been turned off or that the vehicle has been stationary for a predetermined period of time. To save on memory and power consumption the camera will usually engage a motion detection function and only record video when it detects movement, such as a car or a pedestrian passing within it’s field of view. Also, if the camera detects that the car has moved, either from a collision, or by someone tampering with it, it will again record a video to capture as much evidence as possible.

    You could, of course, read the manual. . . .
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why are mopeds/scooters so popular in Asian countries like Thailand and Vietnam?

    Best answer: People in Asian countries make much less money than in Europe or the USA. Some make as little as $2 per day or even less. So buying a $20,000 or more vehicle becomes rather impossible. And maintaining and fuelling a scooter or moped is much cheaper than doing so to a car.
    Best answer: People in Asian countries make much less money than in Europe or the USA. Some make as little as $2 per day or even less. So buying a $20,000 or more vehicle becomes rather impossible. And maintaining and fuelling a scooter or moped is much cheaper than doing so to a car.
    5 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Why do drivers ignore lane markings during traffic jams and create additional lanes ?

    Best answer: Because many drivers feel that laws should apply to them only when they see a direct benefit for themselves. It's the same reason why some speed, why some don't use their blinkers, why some don't come to a complete stop at stop signs, why some drive around with their parking lights on, etc. They just... show more
    Best answer: Because many drivers feel that laws should apply to them only when they see a direct benefit for themselves. It's the same reason why some speed, why some don't use their blinkers, why some don't come to a complete stop at stop signs, why some drive around with their parking lights on, etc. They just don't see any personal benefit of following the law or even asking what the law is.

    So when they find themselves in a situation that puts them at a disadvantage, like a traffic jam, they quickly look for whatever course of action will bring them the most benefit even if it's illegal, like driving down the shoulder of the road.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • How can my son travel to school from Tonbridge to Bexhill and back everyday?

    I can not drive him everyday and I need to find out the cheapest way around. Could I have some advice?
    I can not drive him everyday and I need to find out the cheapest way around. Could I have some advice?
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do you put your seatbelt in the backseat ?

    Best answer: People who do not wear seat belts are more likely to die in a car crash. I use the seat belt whether I am in the front or the back seat of a car!
    http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story...
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/motoring/news/94...
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-s...
    Best answer: People who do not wear seat belts are more likely to die in a car crash. I use the seat belt whether I am in the front or the back seat of a car!
    http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story...
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/motoring/news/94...
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-s...
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • I'm absolutely terrible at understanding driving directions.?

    Yes there's GPS and loads of direction-giving apps but I still get crazy anxiety when I have to drive somewhere far that I've never been to before. I have to research the place beforehand and do some serious/thorough direction research until I feel like I know it up, down and backwards, and even then... show more
    Yes there's GPS and loads of direction-giving apps but I still get crazy anxiety when I have to drive somewhere far that I've never been to before. I have to research the place beforehand and do some serious/thorough direction research until I feel like I know it up, down and backwards, and even then I'm a nervous wreck on the way trying to find my way. Is there any way I can get better at understanding and knowing directions in my own city, so I don't have to be such a wuss before getting into my car and heading somewhere?
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Car cut me off over double lines causing accident and fled?

    I was involved in an accident but the person that caused it fled. I was in the second lane to the left. To the left of me was an HOV lane. These two lanes were divided by a space and two continuous lines. Up ahead the two lanes were divided by middle plastic reflective dividers as well. The car to my left was... show more
    I was involved in an accident but the person that caused it fled. I was in the second lane to the left. To the left of me was an HOV lane. These two lanes were divided by a space and two continuous lines. Up ahead the two lanes were divided by middle plastic reflective dividers as well. The car to my left was driving next to me for about a minute in the HOV lane. As we were approaching the reflective plastic dividers the car swerved in front of me to get out of the HOV lane. He went over two lanes to the right and back to the left one lane. I avoided him by going to the right a little but the car behind me couldn't do the same and hit me, The car that swerved in front of me was not hit and they floored it and fled. The car that hit me from behind rolled over. I did not lose control. Luckily the driver that rolled over was ok and i was ok but now the situation is sticky. Even though the car that cut me off was not hit they passed illegally and dangerously over two continuous white lanes signifying "NO PASSING". They floored it right away and fled and the police are looking for the car. Who would be at fault here if they find or not find the car that cut me off. Me, the car that cut me off illegal or the car that hit me?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • What do you think of drivers who stop on the pedestrian crossing when the light turns red ?

    Best answer: It's stupid, and pedestrians hate it too. I wonder what they think they are accomplishing by doing that.
    Best answer: It's stupid, and pedestrians hate it too. I wonder what they think they are accomplishing by doing that.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What would you use besides public buses & rails and walking, to transport yourself about town to run everyday errands and tasks....?

    ....if you had a stalker that would most likely, punch holes in your tires, pour sugar in your gas tank, and do essentially everything in their power to make your life more difficult, and making it harder to get around would not fall short of that. I have a need to go to the laundry mat to wash. And go to a store... show more
    ....if you had a stalker that would most likely, punch holes in your tires, pour sugar in your gas tank, and do essentially everything in their power to make your life more difficult, and making it harder to get around would not fall short of that. I have a need to go to the laundry mat to wash. And go to a store located out of town about 40-50 miles away to buy & possibly transport many items, some too large to carry by hand, esp. all that distance, regardless of whether or not I get to & from there via public transit.(There's still the carrying of the large items from the store back to the bus/rail depot, not to mention, transfers, and from the very last stop to my home.) What would you do??? Let me also point out here that I'm on a Budget.(My income is very fixed.) Thank you!!!
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can you drive at night with a permit.?

    Not like late just like after sundown like 6-8 ish
    Not like late just like after sundown like 6-8 ish
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is getting honked at twice a month while driving too much(Am I a bad driver? Should I be getting honked at less than this)?

    I am a college student who normally drives to my college classes on a daily basis. I got my driver's license a year ago which means that I have been driving for a year now. After driving for 1 year, I would say that some of the things that annoys me the most while driving is when people honk their horns at me.... show more
    I am a college student who normally drives to my college classes on a daily basis. I got my driver's license a year ago which means that I have been driving for a year now. After driving for 1 year, I would say that some of the things that annoys me the most while driving is when people honk their horns at me. Sometimes I feel like I deserve it(when I know I made a mistake) and sometimes I could just tell that some of the drivers were being impatient and honking their horns whenever they want to. This usually happens to me a couple times a month. I usually never honk my horn at other people because I am probably one of those calm patient drivers who never feels the need to. Also, I live in the Bay Area. Some people of said that whether drivers usually honk their horns often or not depends on where you live. How often do people honk in the Bay Area? I also want to know how often do YOU guys get honked at when you guys drive. The reason why I am asking is because I want to compare myself to other people(it will let me know how good of a driver I am compared to others).
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How much would an hour journey by car take (roughly)?

    I have a Ford fiesta from 2011
    I have a Ford fiesta from 2011
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How to drive on the highway?

    Best answer: Simple answer Suzi - don't do it. Not until you get some freeway practice with someone riding with you who is an experienced driver. You're an accident waiting to happen and hazard to yourself and others. And, since you mentioned "sneaking away", this suggests you don't have authorized use of... show more
    Best answer: Simple answer Suzi - don't do it. Not until you get some freeway practice with someone riding with you who is an experienced driver. You're an accident waiting to happen and hazard to yourself and others. And, since you mentioned "sneaking away", this suggests you don't have authorized use of the car, which is considered theft, even if your parents own it. An erratic driver on the freeway is a cop magnet. And, if you were to get into an accident, the insurance most likely won't cover it unless you're a named insured driver on the policy. Bad ideas usually have bad consequences, and you have a very bad idea.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Long commute for part time job?

    I'm not really sure if it's considered full time, 45 hrs/wk but hourly. I'm 19 years old & have a great summer job (April-October) that I absolutely love but I'm struggling to find something I enjoy. Currently working for a company that requires me to drive 90+ minutes both ways through rush... show more
    I'm not really sure if it's considered full time, 45 hrs/wk but hourly. I'm 19 years old & have a great summer job (April-October) that I absolutely love but I'm struggling to find something I enjoy. Currently working for a company that requires me to drive 90+ minutes both ways through rush hour traffic in an F250 that gets around 13mpg. It costs about $20 a day to get to and from work & the traffic is super frustrating. I barely have enough time to get in shape for the summer job & have time for literally nothing else. Would you keep the job if these were your circumstances?
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Which is the best electric scooter for commuting?

    Best answer: There are many electric scooters for adults but only a few are the best scooters. The top motorized scooters in 2017 (after intensive reviews and testing by The SnippingTech) were found to be: 1. EcoReco S5, 270 watts, 250lbs, 20mph, 20 miles 2. Swagtron Swagger, 250 watts, 250 lbs, 15mph, 15 miles 3. Super Turbo... show more
    Best answer: There are many electric scooters for adults but only a few are the best scooters. The top motorized scooters in 2017 (after intensive reviews and testing by The SnippingTech) were found to be:
    1. EcoReco S5, 270 watts, 250lbs, 20mph, 20 miles

    2. Swagtron Swagger, 250 watts, 250 lbs, 15mph, 15 miles

    3. Super Turbo 1000-Elite, 1000 watts, 300lbs, 27mph, 20miles

    4. Razor E300, 250 watts, 220lbs, 15mph, 15 miles

    The first three are foldable while the Razor is not foldable but pretty cheap. The unbiased ranking was based on intensive testing based on reliability, usability, comfort, efficiency, cost (Return On Investment, ROI) and charging time among other factors.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Driving from LA to Seattle and then to Vancouver in winter. What road conditions can I expect?

    Best answer: The only snow conditions you can sometimes expect are usually from just north of Reading to Roseburg and there are some sections where chains are required in snow. The rest of it isn't much of an issue except in out- of-the-ordinary circumstances. Although it would be slower, you could go up Route 101 all the... show more
    Best answer: The only snow conditions you can sometimes expect are usually from just north of Reading to Roseburg and there are some sections where chains are required in snow. The rest of it isn't much of an issue except in out- of-the-ordinary circumstances. Although it would be slower, you could go up Route 101 all the way to Astoria, OR and see nary a snowflake 98% of the time because it's all down near sea level. It's a great ride in winter with no tourists, lots of cool places to eat in small towns and stop for the night, and great coast highway scenery. Highly recommended. I-5 is boring as all get out except in the mountains between Redding and Roseburg. If you've got a day or three extra to spend on a road trip, take the coast highway at least once in your life. Best in winter because its crawling with tourists and slow motorhomes in summer.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago