Geothermal works just like a steam engine except instead of burning coal/oil water is injected deep into the earth where temperatures are greater causing the water to turn to steam which is extracted and used to power turbines to generate electricity, or warm homes.
Geothermal energy is NOT a renewable source of energy, once the ground heat is extracted, it will not regenerate for thousands of years. Extracting heat form the ground will cause the ground to cool and the process of heat extraction will slowly become less and less efficient.
Also the salts in the groundwater can cause very bad corrosion in the extraction system. In many cases geothermal energy is being oversold to people.
Probably not. That's pretty much up to the seller. But in court it will probably be counted as rent paid towards the car during the time the buyer used it and the buyer won't get the money back. If the buyer were paying on the car, but never had it in their possesion, it might be different. But I'd still say that it's up to the seller.
Everything! Its a honda, Get a ford!
i have an 88 wrangler that holds roughly 18 gallons.
If the transaction was complete, which sounds like it was, they are not going to call you. You applied for the loan, it got approved, monies exchanged hands, you got the vehicle registered and insured and you have the car. Dont be a worry wort......