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  • Brandi Ivy
    Published about 9 hours ago
    5 Ways to Save on Auto Costs

    5 Ways to Save on Auto Costs

    Owning a car can make life more convenient, but it can be a big expense. According to AAA, the average cost of owning a car in 2019 was a whopping $9,282 a year. For families struggling to make ends meet, that extra $773.50 a month per car can stretch an already thin budget even thinner. The good news is, there are ways to reduce this amount, potentially saving you hundreds of dollars a month. This car cost calculator will tell you how much you are already spending, and the tips below can help you bring that number down.
  • Honor Watt
    Published a day ago
    Will Wuling Cortez be better than Baojun 730 in the market?

    Will Wuling Cortez be better than Baojun 730 in the market?

    Hello, everyone. Speaking of Chinese car brand, Wuling must be counted as one of the most excellent one. You must know that Wuling Confero is the second MPV model with a price close to the people in China, and it has been the sales champion for many years in a row. Its total sales volume has far exceeded that of Haval H6.
  • Rechard Jons
    Published 2 days ago
    How to get stains out of the convertible top

    How to get stains out of the convertible top

    If you are looking for this kind of information, then you must be opulent enough to afford a convertible. In these times, when affording people are always in pursuit of luxuries and style, convertibles have become the choice of many.
  • Skateboard Cave
    Published 2 days ago
    How to Clean Longboard Bearings - Tactics

    How to Clean Longboard Bearings - Tactics

    Today I'm going to be teaching you how to clean your bearings. All bearings eventually get full of dirt and gunk from being exposed to dusty skate parks and crusty spots. Regular maintenance is necessary for you to keep your bearings going fast. Moreover, you can go here to know the best longboard bearings.
  • Mike Biker
    Published 3 days ago
    Electric bikes for smart commuting and better health

    Electric bikes for smart commuting and better health

    With the threat of climate change looming over our heads, people are now shifting to cleaner methods of commuting. This has led to a dramatic rise in the adoption of bikes as a means of transportation.
  • fayzak
    Published 6 days ago
    Car battery replacement

    Car battery replacement

    Vehicles have utterly revolutionized our lives with their extremely swift and comfortable service. As far as our vehicles and cars are working well, we are completely worry-free about our traveling to even far off places. Since cars and vehicles comprise an electrical system; therefore car battery can be regarded as the heart and soul of your vehicle. Car's battery delivers the required power to various parts of the car to perform its functions. Generally, car batteries have a certain specific lifetime in which they are intended to perform. After this time-span, the car battery becomes dead and needs to be replaced by a new one that not only enables the car to drive but also enhances its performance. We have dedicated this article to explain the steps to change the battery effectively. So, let us start without any ado!
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Design
  • James Crawford
    Published 26 days ago
    BATTERY. DAY.

    BATTERY. DAY.

    After letting my thoughts and ideas settle in for a few days, I’ve decided to “come out with it”. Lots of love, lots of hate as well as some overall letdowns. Predictions for this event were definitely blown out of the water and, as a result, even conditioned me into an over-hyped state as I watched the live event.
  • Ilyas Campbell
    Published 2 months ago
    Triumph's latest prototype unveiled

    Triumph's latest prototype unveiled

    Don't get me wrong, Triumph do have a strong brand in the motorcycle community and a wide raneg of bikes but lately they do seem to have been producing much of the same just under different names.
  • hazel073
    Published 2 months ago
    Things You Should Not Be Doing While Painting Your Car

    Things You Should Not Be Doing While Painting Your Car

    If you see a painted car, there can be two possibilities about it: either the owner loves painting his vehicle, or the condition of the car has worn out that eventually demanded a repaint. In the latter case, fixing the headlight and paint restoration works best to give your car a new refurbed look.
Electric
  • Nick Ross
    Published 24 days ago
    The Leader In the Electric Car Industry Tesla Challenged By A Potential New Star In The Field

    The Leader In the Electric Car Industry Tesla Challenged By A Potential New Star In The Field

    Peter Rawlinson sits relaxed in the director's chair but emphasizes every word: "Our technology is ahead of everyone in the world," says the Briton. Behind Rawlinson, in the showroom of his company Lucid Motors in Newark, California, you can see this technology, painted in a color that the company calls "Eureka gold": Lucid Air Dream Edition.
  • Annie Curran
    Published 28 days ago
    Moving to an Electric vehicle

    Moving to an Electric vehicle

    The transport sector is now the largest source of C02 in the UK, accounting for over a quarter of emissions in 2017. Road transport makes up 85% of emissions. In 2017, vehicle emissions rose for the first time in 17 years.
  • Brianna Normanby
    Published about a month ago
    Ask E-Bike Suppliers These Questions Before Buying One

    Ask E-Bike Suppliers These Questions Before Buying One

    Electric bikes are getting popular in the busiest cities across the world. These bikes are reliable, cost-effective, and easy to use, as well. Are you interested in buying electric bikes for daily commuting? Well, you will find many e bike suppliers in your vicinity. These dealers and suppliers can instantly grab your attention with jaw-dropping offers.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Jack Johnson
    Published 29 days ago
    Myths about classic cars people believe

    Myths about classic cars people believe

    There are often periods in life when you have to take a step back and simply appreciate the sheer beauty and magnificence of what is in front of you. Here in the UK we are blessed with a number of these incomparable beauty spots. From the colossal heights of the 282 Munros in the Highlands to the rugged rocks that litter the Giants Causeway. There are some occasions, however, when the admiration we project deserves to be directed in the way of a manufactured item. Admittedly, every model of car boasts something unique, whether it be environmental efficiency, technologic innovation, or sheer unrestricted power. But there are that unique few which offer something even more.
  • George Swagger
    Published about a month ago
    What Does the Police Know About You as a Driver?

    What Does the Police Know About You as a Driver?

    Do you know how much information the police have in hand concerning you? There is a lot of information with our police officers to enable them to carry out security measures. Some of the available information includes the identification documents, driving history, hit and run records, and much more. Since the records are there, the next time you get booked, ensure that you give accurate information. This article will discuss some of the information these police officers know about you as a driver. Here is the list.
  • Susan Hewson
    Published 2 months ago
    Rich People Don't Need Gas

    Rich People Don't Need Gas

    Lexus, Mercedes, Range Rover. Luxury cars are driven by the luckiest, most financially secure members of our society, but where do they fill up? Usually not in their neighborhoods. How appalling it would be to stick a big smelly gas station or convenience store near homes with perfectly manicured lawns and front yard fountains. Gas stations and convenience stores are found in higher quantity and lower quality in neighborhoods that are considered less desirable, with a lower average income per household- let’s talk about it.
How To
  • Brandi Ivy
    Published about 9 hours ago
    5 Ways to Save on Auto Costs

    5 Ways to Save on Auto Costs

    Owning a car can make life more convenient, but it can be a big expense. According to AAA, the average cost of owning a car in 2019 was a whopping $9,282 a year. For families struggling to make ends meet, that extra $773.50 a month per car can stretch an already thin budget even thinner. The good news is, there are ways to reduce this amount, potentially saving you hundreds of dollars a month. This car cost calculator will tell you how much you are already spending, and the tips below can help you bring that number down.
  • Rechard Jons
    Published 2 days ago
    How to get stains out of the convertible top

    How to get stains out of the convertible top

    If you are looking for this kind of information, then you must be opulent enough to afford a convertible. In these times, when affording people are always in pursuit of luxuries and style, convertibles have become the choice of many.
  • Skateboard Cave
    Published 2 days ago
    How to Clean Longboard Bearings - Tactics

    How to Clean Longboard Bearings - Tactics

    Today I'm going to be teaching you how to clean your bearings. All bearings eventually get full of dirt and gunk from being exposed to dusty skate parks and crusty spots. Regular maintenance is necessary for you to keep your bearings going fast. Moreover, you can go here to know the best longboard bearings.
Industry
  • Honor Watt
    Published a day ago
    Will Wuling Cortez be better than Baojun 730 in the market?

    Will Wuling Cortez be better than Baojun 730 in the market?

    Hello, everyone. Speaking of Chinese car brand, Wuling must be counted as one of the most excellent one. You must know that Wuling Confero is the second MPV model with a price close to the people in China, and it has been the sales champion for many years in a row. Its total sales volume has far exceeded that of Haval H6.
  • Jaden Clemons
    Published 25 days ago
    Geely Auto

    Geely Auto

    After waiting for a long time, Proton and Geely finally formally signed a contract. In many people's eyes, with Geely's blessing, Proton will have a bright future. At the signing site, Geely also showed the Geely Boyue, which will be mass-produced with Proton.
  • Manav Rana
    Published 28 days ago
    Taxi App Development- E-Hailing Companies Venture Into Potential African Market

    Taxi App Development- E-Hailing Companies Venture Into Potential African Market

    When planning to venture into any business and making it a million-dollar affair, it’s crucial to take the location where you are operating into consideration. The concept holds true when you are into the mobility business, whether you are a new player or experienced one pondering to expand your taxi business to different geographical locations.
List
  • Mariela Corella
    Published 14 days ago
    Top Car Recalls and Defective Auto Parts

    Top Car Recalls and Defective Auto Parts

    Product manufacturers have a responsibility to design and produce items that are safe for consumers to use or wear. When a manufacturer acts negligently and cuts corners in the design process or doesn’t thoroughly test for safety issues, if the product causes injuries they could be held responsible for them.
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 20 days ago
     5 Steps To Take After an Auto Accident

    5 Steps To Take After an Auto Accident

    Even a minor accident can shake a person up, so it is important to have a plan in place so that you can take the appropriate actions when an accident occurs. These are five of the steps you should take after an auto accident.
  • Epsicon Traffic
    Published 29 days ago
    The 4 Main Causes of Melbourne's Traffic Congestion

    The 4 Main Causes of Melbourne's Traffic Congestion

    Traffic congestion is a serious problem that most countries all around the world is experiencing. It is an inescapable condition wherein growing metropolitan areas and big cities are most affected. The continuous and strenuous experience during everyday rush hours led to bigger issues such as time loss, higher fuel use, less productivity, increase in accidents, road rage, and so much more.
Motorsports
  • Avinash
    Published 8 days ago
    MG Gloster 2020 – a Big 7 Seater SUV Review

    MG Gloster 2020 – a Big 7 Seater SUV Review

    The new MG Gloster so here goes length 4985 mm, height 1867 mm, wheelbase 2950mm. Power 218 horsepower, torque 480 newton-meters. I’m telling you all this because they’re all class best figures. Or rather they are a little bit more than what you get in the current crop of a big seven-seat body on frame premium SUVs in India.
  • James Crook
    Published about a month ago
    Safety Tips Every Motorcyclist should know for a Smooth Journey

    Safety Tips Every Motorcyclist should know for a Smooth Journey

    . The speed, the wind hitting against your face, and the beautiful sceneries, all of it sounds surreal. And the company of a partner elevates it to new heights.
  • Mohit Verma
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Winter ATV Safety Tips

    5 Winter ATV Safety Tips

    When winter arrives, many ATV owners feel the temptation to go for a ride on the first snow, to take pictures and videos of icy landscapes, to breathe the refreshingly cold air. It seems a wonderful idea — but please make sure you take sufficient safety measures. Below, you can find five useful tips on how to enjoy riding an ATV in winter to the max.
Pop Culture
  • Misty
    Published about a month ago
    The Little Blue Acura That Was Our Pride And Joy

    The Little Blue Acura That Was Our Pride And Joy

    The year was 1996. The Olympic Games had just concluded in Atlanta when I headed for the Peach State. I remember it almost like it was yesterday. I had just turned eighteen after our summer camp, making me an official adult. I was moving here to live with my sister and complete my college education. In Smyrna off of Cobb Parkway, she shared a rented apartment with a pair of sisters from Kenya. I would become acquainted with one sister as we spent some time together in the apartment at times when both our sisters were out to work. She would recount tales of her own adventures since she had moved to Atlanta and I would listen, hoping that I too, could start getting familiarized with the city. She used to teach me how to properly say Atlanta the Atlanta way. She would say, "A - lan-na," and I would repeat it to her. She was enrolled at a religious-based curriculum school and I was at an all women's school. She allowed me to read one of her books while on break. It was a book about how to win souls for Christ. I had read a good chunk of the book before the fall term began and I had to go register for college.
  • Valorie Taylor
    Published 2 months ago
    Pandemic & Cadillac Buying @ 6ft. Away

    Pandemic & Cadillac Buying @ 6ft. Away

    Here’s the truth; my car is starting to look its age.
  • Jonathan Warren
    Published 3 months ago
    Liberace Garage

    Liberace Garage

    In 1958, the first convention came to the Las Vegas Convention Center. It was a Mercedes Benz dealers' conference. It was also harbinger of things to come in the desert town, where conventions would prove to elevate what was then seen as a a mere gambling town.
Racing
  • Ben Hercik
    Published 3 months ago
    The resurgence of Richard Childress Racing

    The resurgence of Richard Childress Racing

    One of the teams that has been struggling these past few years in Nascar is Richard Childress Racing. A team that has housed the likes of Ricky Rudd, Dale Earnhardt, Kevin Harvick and Jeff Burton in the past has struggled since losing Harvick to Stewart Hass before the 2014 season. Since then the team has recorded only three wins, 37 top fives, 104 top 10s and outside of Ryan Newman’s runner up finish for the championship in 2014 (which was the year Harvick won his championship) their best points finish was 11th twice.
  • Chris Hearn
    Published 6 months ago
    I Will Not Abandon Kyle Larson

    I Will Not Abandon Kyle Larson

    I am so disgusted and disappointed at the moment about the situation around Kyle Larson. For those unaware, NASCAR driver Kyle Larson was iRacing on a live stream on his computer and said the N word. And fall out has been swift and, if you ask me, ridiculous.
  • Chance James
    Published 9 months ago
    Jeff Gordon - A Winner's Story!

    Jeff Gordon - A Winner's Story!

    It was a Fast Track in Phoenix that day.
Travel
  • Jen Hensey
    Published about a month ago
    The Caravan Life:
Why Your Tires Matter
and Where You Can Get Them

    The Caravan Life: Why Your Tires Matter and Where You Can Get Them

    If you have ever been on the road for long haul drives, you know how vital sturdy and reliable wheels are to your travel. The longer your travel plans are, the sturdier your wheels and tires should be.
  • Shifa Travels
    Published 2 months ago
    10 Essential Car Rental Tips while Travelling In India

    10 Essential Car Rental Tips while Travelling In India

    Rent a Car with Driver in India- Some Tips: -
  • Ryan
    Published 2 months ago
    Know About One Of The Highest Highway of the World.

    Know About One Of The Highest Highway of the World.

    The highway includes various attractions and many winding roads usually one and a half lanes to two lanes with the medium unmarked. Many people start their trip in Delhi making their way to Manali, which is a hill station. This stretch of the road is usually blocked off by snow for about 75 percent of the year. When the snow thaws, the beauty of the Manali-Leh Highway can be observed. On the trip, you will go to many destinations and not specifically in the order of these attractions.
Vintage
  • Greg Slingerland
    Published 15 days ago
    The Station Wagon

    The Station Wagon

    In this day and age of futuristic space aged minivans with all the fixings, the 1980’s station wagon seems like something out of the Smithsonian. It was a very unique vehicle. The first thing that struck you about the station wagon was its length. It was at least thirty feet long. The classic wagon’s were two-toned. The bottom was wood panelled and the top was a solid colour. The wood panelling gave off a sense of class (or maybe that it was very flammable). The spoked rims were encircled by classic white-walled tires.
  • V. Plut
    Published 3 months ago
    When Dinosaurs Ruled the Road

    When Dinosaurs Ruled the Road

    Cars were my passion as a little girl. The world outside the window of my parent’s car in the late fifties and early sixties was filled with colorful, moving three-dimensional sculptures that featured the best designs that American engineers had to offer. It was a time before seatbelts and car seats — being so small I was able to stand on the back seat and lean on the rear dash watching all of the great works of American Art roll past me on the road.
  • Steve Harrison
    Published 3 months ago
    The Beetle: Bug that sent Detroit into a spin

    The Beetle: Bug that sent Detroit into a spin

    On this day 17 years ago the unthinkable happened, Volkswagen stopped making the “original” version of the Beetle, the iconic vehicle dreamed up in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche that became Adolf Hitler’s vision of the “people’s car”.