can a car run inside a vaccum?
can a car run inside a air less medium
Depends upon the car, as long as the engine doesn't require oxygen as part of the fuel but if you are speaking about a normal aspirated petrol fuelled internal combustion engine then the answer is no that requires a mixture of natural air and petrol.
by Bronson_Hub6 years ago
When we run out of fossil fuels to make the various petrol we use, what do you predict the next...common vehicle fuel source will be?
by andrewwilliams636 years ago
Can you really run a car on used vegetable oil?
by chasemillis6 years ago
I run my dog with my car, but every time I do, she (dog) barks at the wheel and runs a foot away from the wheel. And whenever I speed up, she speeds up to get in front of my car so that I can't go very fast. I don't...
by derekcaulfield9 years ago
I know gas prices are pretty here in the states at the minute, saying that if broke it down , england would cost about 8-9 dollars a gallon and ireland about $7 maybe $6 more even . So $4 aint bad when you count...
by SACHIN sehgal7 years ago
I USE MY CAR ON LONG ROUTES ONLY SO SHOULD I PREFER DIESEL OR PETROL SWIFT
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