Answer: The 2000 and 3000 share a 3 cylinder engine design. The gas versions both have a displacement of 158 cu/in. The 2000 diesel is 158 cu/in and the 3000 is 175 cu/in. The only other significant difference is in the standard tire & wheel size with 2000 having a 5.5x16 front and 12.4x28 rear while the 3000 using a 6x16 front and 13.6x28 rear.
Answer: Homo- means same and structure is basically what its made of or what parts it has. Homologous structures mean it has the same structure or the same parts ie. a persons skeletal arm compared to one of a cat or a whale. Most of the time the homologous structures have different functions causing for differences in the bone sizes over time. Analogous structures have similar functions ie. a birds wing compared to a butterfly wing but does not have related structures. Therefore organisms with analogous structures
Answer: Capital Structure vs Financial Structure • Capital structure of a company is long term financing which includes long term debt, common stock and preferred stock and retained earnings. • Financial structure on the other hands also includes short term debt and accounts payable. • Capital structure is thus a subset of financial structure of a company.
Answer: yes , but the drunk driver will not be liable to pay you for any amount that exceeds fair market value of the car ( this is for the property damage -your car being totalled ) However if you have injuries - mental physical loss of wages medical expenses pain and suffering etc you can sue for them too . The concept here is this , no matter what your loan amount is - no one is legally liable to pay you more than fair market value for the vehicle. If for example you traded a car in and still owed 1000 on it and refinanced it into the loan on the new vehicle you bought why should/would any body be liable for the 1000 you refinanced?
Answer: All insurance policys must conform to the laws of the state that the vehicle is being driven/wreck in. Whom ever is at fault for the loss, their policy will cover the injured party. If the N.J. driver is at fault then their policy will pay the injured PA driver under the N.J. policys bodily injury coverage. Subject to the rules of the state..Is it a p.i.p. state? If so the thresold must be eclipsed.
If they are covered under the same insurance policy no. Please be advised if the main driver is not listed as a driver on the said vehicle then there could potentially be no coverage in event of loss. It depends on the insurance company. As long as main driver has owners permission and there is valid insurance in force. Make sure there is adaquate liability coverage. If something were to happen and not enough coverage was there the injured other party is legally able (in ca) to. sue the owner of the car for 50% of his wages for next 20 years.
Answer: This is not a question that can be easily answered. There are many factors that go into auto insurance rates. Age is a very important one but so are driving record, years of driving experience, sex, marital status, type of vehicle, prior accidents, etc.; as well as discounts for driver training classes, good student grades, multiple vehicles, claim-free, having your auto and home with the same company, etc. Of course, the adult rate represents the lowest but that can even be complicated. A single male is generally gets an adult rate as 30 while a female is at 25. A married male gets the adult rate at 25. It used to be that a married female got the adult rate at any age even 16 if married. Male and female rates have gotten closer and closer together in recent decades as women drive more. Remember that rate is determined by risk.
What is the structure that prevents a driver from being crushed in a tractor rollover?
ROP Must be designed and tested to ensure safety. Also must use seat belt with the ROP.
Answer: if the testicles are mildly crushed they still work but they will be swollen and even more sensitive. Badly crushed - Flatten, if your sack got really flatted out, like if you have been falling down on a pole or something, the testicles might be totally broken in pieces
Answer: The fact driver B left the scene does not change that driver A is at fault (there are exceptions to driver A being at fault)
Additional: While Driver A may have been the striking vehicle, Driver B MAY be at fault for "Changing Lanes Without Caution." Regardless of the circumstances of the collision itself, Driver B can be charged with "Leaving the Scene of an Accident."
Answer: The person who caused the collision is at fault. If someone ran a red light he/she gets the points on his/her license and his insurance gets to pay the damage. The unlicensed driver just gets the ticket to force him/her to get a license.
Answer: An SUV rollover can be easily prevented by making simple driving precautions. Never take corners to narrowly or quickly, stay in the center of the road at all times, and do not partake in any distracting activities while driving.
Answer: S.U.V.s are typically prone to rolling over due to their high center of gravity. A number of action movies contain footage of SUVs rolling over, and various car safety programs may also provide accident footage for SUV rollovers.