You'll have used a decent portion of gas and worn down your e brake, other than that no engine or chassis damage.
It can wear out your rear brakes prematurely if you do it for a long distance because the emergency brake pedal/handle just applies constant pressure on the rear brakes as if you were putting your foot on the brake pedal. It also kills your gas mileage.
drive with it off and have the parking brake inspected for damage.
it may need some brake fluid
small particles detached from the driving band can damage inner side of muzzle brake like corroded aluminum.
Crash and go boooooooooom.
The conventional way of towing cars with the emergency brake on can not be (that is, with two wheels on the street). ... If two non-driving wheels on the ground are towing your car and the parking brake is released, there should be no damage to the car.
The running lights will turn off when the emergency brake is on by tripping a switch connected to the emergency brake. Pushing in the emergency brake slightly will do the trick, but make sure you don't push in too far or you will be driving with the emergency brake on!
No, they are not compatible and it will cause damage.
If by any chance you are referring to the " BRAKE " light in your dash That comes on to indicate ( 2 different things ) Either your emergency brake is on or the BRAKE FLUID LEVEL IS LOW in the brake master cylinder located in the engine compartment
No. They can be held liable for any accidents or damage caused by doing something so stupid while in a moving vehicle. but not charged with Driving w/o a license.Added: This question was asked and answered previously. YOU were operating the car without a license! The place for you to use the excuse about your friend and the emergency brake is in court for the judge to decide.
I take it out of park and put it in gear first and then release the emergency brake
The 2001 Kia emergency brake can be adjusted with the emergency brake adjustment bolt. The adjustment bolt will be on the emergency brake pad.