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Where can I check my road traffic fines?


at your local court house or police office

Dec 23, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Checking my outstanding traffic fines


fixya doesnt have access to your request --notify local jurisdiction or court in your area

Dec 05, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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How to check if I have outstanding traffic fines?


just type 'check traffic fine ''your country or place name"' and mostly the first webiste will be the one and in that enter the details asked to get the info.

ex:- check traffic fines usa

first website is Traffic Ticket Fines Penalties in DMV org

and than enter the details as asked!

** Note:- Most of the websites are privately owned websites, so please don't enter any sensible data, only the data that is required to get the info should be entered and close the website immediately, if found suspicious!

Thank You and have a great day!

Nov 01, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Car has started give spluters when taking off from low revs but of at higher reves


Have catalytic converter checked. Additionally have a pressure check run on you fuel pump. Pump maybe getting ready to fail. Additionally change your fuel filter

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Check traffic fines online


contact the courts in the county and state in which the ticket was issued. most courts have a separate traffic link on their site with multiple search types, such as name, licence number, etc. most can be done online without risking being arrested in the event your ticket has gone to warrant.

Aug 11, 2014 | 2010 Toyota Corolla

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Temperature gauge is fine with going down the road, but once i stop in traffic and sit in traffic for lights or cruise at a low speed.. temperature rises... to the middle mark and over... what could that...


sounds to me like you radiator fan isn't running. I say that because cooling is fine while moving at a good speed but cooling gets worse as the vehicle is stationary or low speed. Check the fan and make sure its working if it works then will need to check the thermostat behind the fuel pump it may have gone bad.

Jun 23, 2011 | 2003 Buick Rendezvous

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Low beam lights


There are two seperate headlight modes on a vehicle.
The "high" beam mode is for driving were you have no on coming traffic. You will be able to see further down the road and the lights appear brighter.
The "low" beam function is meant for on coming traffic and certain weather conditions such as the presence of fog, rain or snow. The low beams will point slightly down and to the right so as not to "light blind" an on coming driver and allows you to see the edge of the road.
Good luck on your road test, drive carfully.
Regards,

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What's the normal operating temperature for a 2.4 petrol? The 99 A4 I have runs at 90c and gets hotter in slow traffic. Fine on open road.


Could have a semi blocked radiator , Might pay to get it flushed.
Also check that the Fan/s sre coming on.
Hope this helps

Jun 30, 2009 | 1999 Audi A6

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