Park for automatic transmissions, and Neutral for stick shifts.
All cars have a neutral gear and all cars will start in neutral. It is recommended by all vehicle manufactures that the car's transmission be left in either park or neutral and that the emergency brake be set. If the vehicle has an automatic transmission, then PARK is the safest gear, but most cars have manual transmission and no park gear, so the safest gear is NEUTRAL with the parking brake engaged.
The middle back seat is the safest.
The safest place to place a car seat is in the middle of the car or behind the drivers seat.
The safest baby car seat that I know of is Greco. It has know to be the safest car seat in the world. I purchase a lot of their products and people has been very pleased.
It keeps the car/truck from starting in any gear except park & neutral
Well the safest vehicle is probably some heavy duty truck, but as far as an actual car goes Volvo makes the safest cars hands down, probably the xc90 or s60 is one of the safest
There could be two reasons for this. The first is the transmission is completely out and the second is the linkage in the transmission is broken.
my car is not working in 1st gear
A car is in gear when the clutch is engaged on the transmission
The Cadillac beast is the world's most safest car with bomb proof body & bullet proof tyres & windows.