Its fairly easy. Along with the normal ways, like ramming the car into a brick wall or attempting a jump Evil Keneval style, there are the mechanical ways. Basically, mistreating and neglecting your car damages it. Oil can break down, and that will cause your gears to heat up and grind, causing some expensive damage. Rust can weaken the car. But in general, if you follow the owners manual and realize that your car isn't a high-performance Ferrari (unless it is), then it should be just fine for a long time.
Yes. The car will be damage when you write it as hard as you can.
There are many chemicals that can damage a car's tires including bleach. Many acids will also damage a car's tires.
yes it does damage your car and your car wont run ; ]
Someone can get a car damage estimate from a number of companies such as Geico. Geico offers car damage estimates and appraisals, as well as car insurance.
no damage, no problem. nuff said
Depending on the damage that the car has, it may happen if there is not much damage but if the damage out prices the worth of the car, probably not. But, you will still have to pay for the damaged car even if it is totaled.
no it will not damage your car, but it will waste alot of fuel
The insurance will pay for the car you hit.
The car with coverage appears to be at fault and would therefore be liable to pay for the damage.
Driving without a heat shield may damage the car. It can damage the car by melting any gaskets (rubber hoses), and electrical wires close to it.
If you are driving their car and hit their car, then their insurance will pay for the damage on both cars. If you are driving your car and hit their car, then your insurance will pay for the damage on both cars.
I would assume property damage is referring to whatever you hit or wrecked your car into.