Damon, Because of the peculiar nature of 911's, Porsche has a specification they call an *N Spec*, where they indicate which tires are compatible with this peculiar nature of 911's. So unless the
Dammit, I didn't see this updated question till just now ...Do you still need this info...I will look for your reply and can respond immediately. There are some things you need to know about how Hyundai
John:The size of a car is the way you perceive it. I drive a small car,but to me it is safe. To some,a larger cars is safe,especially the SUVs. Granted,larger car take much more impact,with less
John:First question:All cars though the NHSA are done with same size class of car.(Honda Fit vs.Nissan Versa,for example)With the tests there is no rating with a different class comparing each other.
Gabe, I am not sure what kind of vehicle you have but the owners manual is always the best place to start. If the oil is showing up in the crosshatch area that is the reading I would use. When I check