Good evening, everyone. My question refers to a sentence from my exercise in English:
Some drivers may notice extra vibration. They should bring the car to a dealer for service.
The command of this task sounds in a following way:
Join this pair of sentences into a single sentence. Use that/which and a relative clause, or a present participial phrase. Include modal verbs printed in italics (in this case the word
should). My doubts concern the doer. It is
some drivers and, as a result, it is for me hard to join the pair of sentences so as not to change the first sentence. If the subject was
extra vibration, the task would be easier.
How should I join this pair of sentences into one sentence, avoiding transforming the first one?