A:The number of people that fit in a limousine varies according to the size, type and model of the limousine. On average, the number of people that fit in a limousine ranges from six in smaller limousines to 15 or more in stretch limousines.
A:Semi truck fuel tanks vary in size, but they hold an average of 125 to 300 gallons of fuel. There is a fuel tank located on each side of the tractor, and fuel is distributed between the two tanks to balance weight.
A:There is no universally accepted standard as to what makes a car a classic. As of 2014, many states' vehicle registries consider an antique car one that was built after 1922 and is at least 20 years old. The Classic Car Club of America has a strict list of acceptable cars that were produced between 1925 and 1948.
A:As with many cars, the EML on a BMW is the engine management light. When the engine management light shows on a dashboard, it means the computers aboard the car have detected a problem with the engine.
A:Yes, the Enzo Ferrari is generally considered to be street legal in the United States. A confirmed total of 339 of the vehicles were produced between 2002 and 2004, but there may have been more made.
A:The factory-recommended tire size for the 1999 Ford Ranger depends on the style of Ranger, according to Firestone. The Ranger XL with regular cab and two-wheel drive originally came with P205/75R14 tires. An XLT with the same configuration had P225/70R15 tires.
A:The average lengths of compact sedans and compact sport utility vehicles in America are 177.2 inches and 172.3 inches, respectively. Medium sedans and SUVs are 10 to 20 inches longer than their compact counterparts, while large cars are longer by a further 15 to 20 inches.
A:The Enzo Ferrari was introduced in 2002, making it 12 years old as of 2014. The Enzo, which was available for purchase in 2003, is considered one of Ferrari's "super cars," or extreme high performance vehicles.
A:The 2014 Ram 2500 HD Power Wagon has a curb weight of 6700 pounds. However, smaller models will be lighter and have lower towing capacity, while the larger 3500 will have more weight and more towing capacity.
A:Ford Motor Company previously owned the Jaguar company but sold it in 2009. Ford sold Jaguar, together with Land Rover, which they also owned, to Tata Motors. Jaguar is part of a company now known as Jaguar Land Rover Limited. Ford originally bought Jaguar in 1989.
A:The weight of the average transit bus is 38,000 pounds. Sometimes the weight of a bus is expressed in terms of a gross vehicle weight rating or the maximum amount the vehicle can weigh including cargo and passengers.
A:A non-commercial vehicle is a vehicle that is used strictly for transportation purposes. An example of a non-commercial vehicle is a family car, van or SUV. A non-commercial vehicle is a private vehicle that is not intended for use for earning income.
A:A bus can weigh from 6,001 pounds to more than 33,001 pounds, depending on the size and classification of the bus. A 13-meter-long, two-axle bus with a six-cylinder, rear-mounted, 12-liter diesel engine weighs 18 tons.
A:According to TopSpeed, a 2013 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta can reach a top speed of 211 mph and maximum engine speed of 8,700 rpm. The rolling resistance is low in order to reach peak engine speeds rapidly.
A:The "GTO" in Pontiac GTO stands for "gran turismo omologato," which is an Italian term indicating a car is built to specifications can be driven in competitive racing. According to The Huffington Post, former General Motors executive John DeLorean named the car in homage to a Ferrari model.