My drivers side window broke and it is going to cost TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS to fix it! I don't have a frame going around the door so my window is permanently down and it's cold outside! I don't know how to solve this and still be able to open my door! Please help!
Thanks for the answers guys! I'm gonna be climbing out the passenger door for a while looks like! And Dr. Layne thanks for the suggestion buddy, now can I borrow $250 from you?
I know that some people go door to door while others get to the phones to campaign for say presidential candidates. What other jobs can people on the campaign do?
Last year I returned to school for graphic design courses because I wanted to change my career after working for 10 years as a secretary. I loved the program and I thought I would love my new work life after I finished. However I have been working at my new job for about 7 months and am finding that still sitting in an office (among other things) is driving me crazy. Any suggestions?
I swear I remember reading somewhere that its different for different jobs. Can someone tell me what the ages are and the punishments for breaking this law? The first person to tell me exactly what I want will receive the best answer points.
Joy, I'm sorry, but i know for a fact that it isn't 18 everywhere. An example for a answer I'm looking for is...Architecture : 18...Government:21...Food/Restaursnt etc.:14.
My driver's side window was smashed and I thought I'd have a go at replacing it myself. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Go Transit is getting bigger and bigger and other companies are losing jobs over it. They run a service out of Toronto and are spreading out in all directions. It is subsidized by the government and because it is getting so big means the subsidizing must be getting as well and I'd like to know how much we the people of Ontario have to pay for the Governments bull.
I work for one of the companies that is losing jobs that is not subsidized because Go is expanding. They have cheaper fares but being subsidized means the rest of Ontario is paying for those fares that are cheaper. It's time to stop Go and let the people of Ontario pay for there own tickets!
Im 18yrs old, and its always been a dream of mine to be able to see the country, i wanted to know if there was anywhere that would hire a 18yr old for a over the road truck driver?
Someone smashed my window and I need to replace it.
I am going to junk yard and buying window for $30. Any tips/pointers to make the job easier?
I guess I am looking for a job like USPS delivery or something but exactly what I want is any job where I work like a normal daytime 8 hour shift (like 6-2 or 7-3...9-5) where my primary job is driving. Does anyone know of a job like that and know how to get into that job?
I have gone to work with my mom, and she probably has one of the lamest jobs in the world. She drives around the county, drives into peoples yards and reads the gas meter. Then my dad's a truck driver, another lame job driving around flat Alberta is not fun.
I stepped on it by accident and it snapped. It's the kind that sits next to the driver seat that you pull to open the fuel door lid to put gas in. Is there somewhere that I could get a new lever and replace it myself? Or would I be better off taking it to the dealer? Any idea how much that would cost to fix?
I really want a job so i can save up for school and help family in the economical crisis.
I am looking for driving jobs- but I do not want to drive semi's with CDL's. I just want the 1 ton or less jobs; and I do not know how to get a hold of anyone for this. Can somebody please help me?
Im 16 but dont have my drivers lisense so i cant get a ligitament job. I am saving up for many thing i cant even count including but not limited to, a trip to spain that i will take with school, spending money on vacation, a car, car insurence, future gas money, college, and other basic spending money. How can i make money with out having to work at job that my parents have to drive me to?
I'm helping my friend write his resume. He's willing to learn and is enthusiastic. He has no previous employment experience. Clean record, driver's license, and high school diploma are his only strengths now.
Im planning to buy new brake pads for my mitsubishi lancer, which is a moderate sedan. i want to keep the factory rotors and calipers, so i was wondering what brake pads would be best to use for a daily driver not going on the track what so ever. semi metallic, organic, or ceramic? thanks.
A body shop told me that a dent can't be popped and tey want to charge me $2,600 for a new door (very small dent) and a whole quarter panel (larger dent). The dent is effecting the axle and sparks on that side of the car (rear driver's side).
I know the mechanic is lying to me abou the price and I'm going elsewhere but what do you think the price should be?
Dents can be fixed but he refuses to do it. Where can I go to get it fix?
I live in Caldwell Co, NC... btw.
Is it safe to drive with the dent rubbing against the axle and shocks???
I've looked on the internet and I've gotten 3 different answers I've gotten 14, 15, and 16, Can someone who knows about the law, or is working at one of these ages please tell me which age you can get a job at? (And could you also tell me how I would be able to get a work permit?) Also can someone tell me whether the law that states you can not get your driver's liscense until 18 if you were born after 1996 is real or not?
I am trying to find a way to move to a different state, but want to be completely prepared financially and otherwise. I am very young, 19, and have a highschool diploma. So, the jobs I'm gunna qualify for won't at all be corporate. Anywho! How can I go about having a place to stay and a job lined up before the move? Also, how much money should I be prepared to spend on the move?