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By: Alex Gubbins
Selling anything requires a bit of preparation, especially when you're selling a car which is potentially an important and expensive purchase. If you're looking for a possible buyer you will need to (read entire article)
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By: Alex Gubbins
Cars are a necessity for the majority of people nowadays to get to work, to get the children to school, or to do the weekly trip to the supermarket. To keep legal on the roads, you must have motor in (read entire article)
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By: Jerry Christopher
While the news reports concerning hurricanes, flood damages and the travesty that was put upon the unfortunate victims have slowed down, the dangers and hazards are still present.With reports varying (read entire article)
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By: Scott Bianchi
GM was once the biggest automaker in the world by far. This reign at the top lasted for decades. But, with news that Toyota is on pace to take over the number one spot sometime next year, based on p (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Each year we hear about a lot of accidents where vehicles have rear-ended buses who are parked at their stops with people attempting to board the buses. Sometimes these buses are School Buses with out (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
The Car Wash Industry in 2005 had its shares of ups and downs. Previously water shortages were one of the biggest issues, yet the drought times have past for now. Not that there is any more water with (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Often new entrants into the automotive detailing sector will be a little fearful at first and want to over come this fear and put it behind them. Yet as with anything a little fear might be the best f (read entire article)
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By: Ed Howes
Near the beginning of the Twentieth Century, Nikola Tesla invented an amazingly simple vane less turbine engine which developed ten horsepower per pound of engine weight. By way of comparison, a moder (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Welcome to Winter! Snow, ice, and cold can be especially challenging to the body and mind, as well as to important items in your life, including your car. Is your vehicle ready for winter? If not, the (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
The manufacturing sector in the United States is having a rough time of it and no other sector is trouble today quite as serious and the US Automakers. The old factories are not designed to be upgrade (read entire article)
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By: Donald Buske
The most important service you can perform to maintain your vehicle is an automotive oil change. Engine oil is the life blood of your vehicle, and if changed on a regular three thousand mile interva (read entire article)
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By: Jerry Lemke
A spark plug is used in every type of gasoline engine. Many people change their own spark plugs. Spark plugs handle the ignition spark that combusts or ignites the engines fuel and moves the piston. S (read entire article)
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By: Eric Silver
Subaru Wagons. Any Volvo. Drivers of these rolling roadblocks are the self-appointed guardians of the speed limit, often bringing it down a few notches for good measure. Safety and civic responsibili (read entire article)
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By: David Atkin
I think it's time to talk about American classic cars again, but then I always think it's time to talk about old cars and the preservation of the American classic car.While everybody thinks that they (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
A mobile car wash business is an excellent business indeed. It is simple; no inventory, no location and for the most part a cash business too. Yet with all its simplicity one has to ask the obvious qu (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Volkswagens' plans to deliver a sub-Golf sized car to the U.S. market has stalled as the German automaker considers allowing rival DaimlerChrysler [DCX] to import the car instead and sell it under the (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
With the misfortunes of America's two largest automakers being trumpeted frequently on the news, it seems as if little attention is being paid to some of the other automakers out there. France's Renau (read entire article)
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By: David Atkin
With the quality of the workmanship on some of the muscle car clones, it's tough to know if your getting ripped off or taken advantage of, but you can still be smart about it, by learning about the ca (read entire article)
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By: Clint Hough
All Mercedes Benzes have a two speed wiper motor with a intermittent feature on them, the wipers are controlled by a switch on the stearing column.As the switch is rotated the wipers at a slow medium (read entire article)
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By: J Freeman
There are numerous benefits to fitting alloy wheels to your car. For a start they are cast from aluminium which means they are light-weight, and more attractive than regular wheels. They are great at (read entire article)
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By: David Maillie
The high prices at the pump have made more people start thinking about reducing gas consumption. Gone are the days when you filled up that SUV without a second thought. In addition to high fuel costs, (read entire article)
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By: Michael LaRocca
CAR HORNSCopyright 2004, Michael LaRoccaLet's pretend that you live in China. Perhaps not in my neighbor-hood, but in China. Let's als (read entire article)
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By: Mike Lindsey
RC cars generally need a paved surface to run on, so open parking lots of schools, churches, and office areas provide plenty of space to play on. If (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Lighting has certainly changed over the years...for cars, that is! No longer do drivers have to rely on Halogen headlights as Xenon lighting is coming into vogue. Nor do owners have to go with stock t (read entire article)
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By: Jason Johnson
Drivers often neglect exhaust systems when upgrading there automobile, although they play an important role in the way a car drives. A good exhaust system is an excellent sound insulator and it also p (read entire article)
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By: Brian Vaszily
The holiday shopping season is here, and while you're bumping arms with other shoppers while reaching for the perfect gift, your (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
As much as auto critics love to wring their hands over GM's and Ford's misfortunes the two automakers are locked in a perpetual battle for the coveted big pickup truck category. The Chevrolet Silvera (read entire article)
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By: David Atkin
Way back in the late 1960's a dealership named Yenko Chevrolet decided to partner with Chevrolet in a venture to build a car that was very special, Don Yenko came up with the sYc or “Super Yenko Ca (read entire article)
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By: Robert Huang
IntroductionFor most automobile owners, changing oil and doing routine maintenance checks are important aspects of keeping the vehicle healthy. When the car manifests signs of problems, the driver wou (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Stock exhaust systems are designed to adequately convert unsafe emissions into minimally harmful exhaust. Unfortunately, these particular types of systems are prone to corrosion. It is not unusual for (read entire article)
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By: Dee Scrip
…your carbon kids are taken away. In fact, your will be spending your “mun, mun, mun” until those skuzzy little rebels are removed.Remember the good old days when you drove your brand new vehic (read entire article)
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By: Travis Woods
There are more automobiles on the roads today than ever before, and this trend is obviously going to continue. Unfortunately, oil consumption is going to continue to increase by means of gasoline cons (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Finding information about past, current, and future car offerings used to be a task that involved wading through countless glossy magazines, perusing bulky sales brochures, shifting through inky newsp (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
There are exhaust systems and then there are exhaust systems. Your vehicle's exhaust system does everything that it needs to do to keep your car performing properly as well as to protect the environme (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
I wrote previously about Mercedes' foray into the small car market. As strange as that may seem to many Americans, both Mercedes and BMW have long produced smaller and less costly models for the Europ (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Jeep has finally done it. A 7 passenger trail rated Jeep is now available at a dealer near you. Long a maker of manly SUVs, the Commander holds true to form as it can easily be taken off road as well (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Henderson
Flood damaged cars will soon be flooding the used car market everywhere but without the tell-tale signs of water damage to give them away. Vehicles will be restored to new-like condition, water damage (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Kia vehicles have managed to make significant strides in quality and durability since being introduced to the US market in 1994. Widely panned by critics as producing cheaply built and cheaply priced (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
So, you think you know your cars now, do you? Well, consider this to be a test of your knowledge of Pontiac history. 21 Pontiacs are featured here: some are current models while others are truly class (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
You have seen them on all kinds of cars: tail lights that are an obvious aftermarket modification that give even the most nondescript compact sedan an attention getting, stylish look. From Neons to Ci (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Bouncing down the road one day it occurs to you that things are just not what they should be. The road you are riding on is as smooth as glass, yet your car is jostling up and down like nobody's busin (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
If you are considering replacing your vehicle's exhaust system, a performance exhaust system can be an ideal choice, offering to you many benefits over a stock exhaust system. Let's examine the benefi (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Nissan Motors continues to make important strides in becoming one of the highest quality automakers on the scene in North America today. Long living in the shadow of Japanese stalwarts Honda and Toyot (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Credit Honda with not giving up easily in what will certainly become a big fight: the sub $15,000 price range category of new automobiles. Currently, only a stripped down Civic competes in this area a (read entire article)
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By: Paul Fezziwig
1] Slow Down On The HighwayYour car is optimized to drive at 40-60mph (70-100km/hr), when you drive 70-80+mph fuel efficiency drops by up to a whooping 33% . Yes 33% , that is not a typo. I had heard (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Have you been considering getting a new car? Have you been thinking that a new car, which gets better gasoline mileage might be the better investment than the large SUVs that some of your friends have (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Did you know that the odds of you getting into an automobile accident in your lifetime are 165% and that this number is up by 22% over the last five years? That means each of us will most likely be in (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
The latest marketing campaign from Saab cars traces the automaker's origins back to the days to when the company was formed from a Swedish aircraft maker. One ad mentions that 16 aircraft engineers de (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Okay, Subaru fans…listen up! Do you think that the all new B9 Tribeca is a beautiful vehicle or is it an ugly duckling? As for me, I have mixed feelings. This particular SUV certainly doesn't look l (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
Driving down the street with the setting sun at his back, Bob Cummins navigated around parked cars and fire hydrants to find the right place to park. It just wasn't something that was easy to do – f (read entire article)
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