double the distance
The powered tires. On a front wheel drive car, the front wheels. On rear wheel drive, the rear wheels.
Generally speaking, a front wheel drive vehicle is better for driving in snow. This is because the weight of the engine rests on the driving wheels, allowing them to achieve better traction.
You should get around a large truck and stay in front of it if possible because it blocks your vision. Driving right beside a large truck puts you in it's drivers blind spot.
It will turn when driving because there isn't a disconnect from the front axle. It should be disconnected inside the transfer case.
If you are driving in 4 wheel drive, put them on the front tires. If you are driving in 2wd ordon'thave 4 wheel drive, put them on the back.
It will turn when driving because it is still hooked to the front tires. The only disconnect is on the transfer case.
Yes, the shaft is still connected to the front tires through the front differential, so it will turn while driving.
Fix it before you drive again-can be multi causes but is very unsafe
Rear wheel drive mechnism
You shouldn't drive close at all in poor driving conditions. Give yourself plenty of space between you and the car in front of you and slow down.
A car with the engine in the rear should have rear/all wheel drive. A car with the engine in the front should have front/all wheel drive.
All wheel drive means all 4 wheels are driving the vehicle. RWD means only the rear wheels are driving the vehicle, and FWD means only the front wheels are driving the vehicle.