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  • Lucas H. Parker
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Easy Tips to Save Money on Car Key Replacement

    Easy Tips to Save Money on Car Key Replacement

    Locksmith services can be expensive, or at least more than you expected depending on your needs and the seriousness of the problem. To avoid spending more time and money on these services, the best thing you can do is prepare yourself ahead.
  • Natalie Ige
    Published about 3 hours ago
    The Top Tips to Keep in Mind When Talking About Your Car Security

    The Top Tips to Keep in Mind When Talking About Your Car Security

    There’s no denying that cars are indeed quite expensive and the overall costs of maintaining it will also be high as well. No one wants their car to be stolen as car thefts are a common problem these days. Therefore, it’s very essential that you keep your car safe and provide the proper protection it needs as well.
  • Natalie Ige
    Published 2 days ago
    Mistakes to Avoid When Trying to Apply Car Vinyl Wraps

    Mistakes to Avoid When Trying to Apply Car Vinyl Wraps

    It has been proved with the help of numerous studies that merchandise with a sign will easily outsell merchandise without any sign, by almost 20 percent. When you plan to wrap your vehicles with vinyl, mentioning your business contact number and name - it'll be a great way to great extreme awareness about your brand and will also improve your sales as well.
  • Eada Hudes
    Published 2 days ago
    How to Go about Detailing Your Car Like a Pro

    How to Go about Detailing Your Car Like a Pro

    Car ownership is not just about driving, and it needs so much more than that to maintain a car. You need to refill the fuel tank, change the engine oil at the proper time, and rotate tires when service is due and do necessary repairs during a problem. But vehicle maintenance also includes detailing your car. Properly cleaning your car will remove all the contaminants and corrosive materials that can ruin your ride. These are some tips to go about your car detailing.
  • Sherryn De Vos
    Published 3 days ago
    7 Things to Do After an Automobile Accident

    7 Things to Do After an Automobile Accident

    Accidents can happen from time to time, even when we’re very careful. After an automobile accident, it’s easy to be stunned with complete shock or angered at the person who ran a red light.
  • James Crawford
    Published 3 days ago
    Ford vs. Tesla... vs. Rivian?

    Ford vs. Tesla... vs. Rivian?

    I've been a Tesla fanboy for a few years now, probably three to four years. After recently watching the live stream for the Ford Mustang Mach-E, I think they're finally being influenced by Tesla's disruptive force. Finally, an electric car that's non-compliance, has a very good range, and could actually be quite competitive with the Model Y for model.
Staff Picks
  • James Crawford
    Published 13 days ago
    The Cybertruck

    The Cybertruck

    At last. The cybertruck (or "CYBRTRK") has been unveiled. I was once of the many hundreds of thousands, possibly millions, that pushed past their normal bedtime hours due to the overwhelming excitement.
  • Buddy Brown
    Published 11 months ago
    Park Safer with the FenSens Smart Wireless Parking Sensor

    Park Safer with the FenSens Smart Wireless Parking Sensor

    It's something that can happen to anyone: You pull out of a parking spot, only to back into a telephone pole or bump the car behind you. You can't really blame yourself when it happens, either.
  • Mike Mavenful
    Published 11 months ago
    How to Tell If You're Buying a Lemon

    How to Tell If You're Buying a Lemon

    Buying a lemon, if you are not acquainted with the term, is buying a vehicle that does not perform to par as its dealer promised.
  • Skunk Uzeki
    Published 12 months ago
    Helite's Airbag for Cyclists Is Revolutionizing Motorcycle Safety

    Helite's Airbag for Cyclists Is Revolutionizing Motorcycle Safety

    "You really shouldn't ride those things; they aren't safe."
  • Buddy Brown
    Published 12 months ago
    The History of the Christmas Hess Truck

    The History of the Christmas Hess Truck

    "The Hess Truck's here and it's better than everFor Christmas this year! The Hess Truck's here!"
  • Joseph D. N. Kendrick
    Published about a year ago
    10 Things You Didn't Know About Changing Your Oil

    10 Things You Didn't Know About Changing Your Oil

    Not everyone is a "car person," and that's alright by me. Even if you don't have any particular interest in cars, however, there's still a good chance you own one. In fact, you probably use it almost every single day. If you own a car, you need to be in tune to its basic maintenance needs, and changing your oil is an integral part of those needs—among other car maintenance tips every driver should know. Whether you love learning about cars or you just want to know enough to take care of your daily mode of transportation, there are basic facts we should all know about our oil.
Featured Collections
Design
  • Kelly Thompson
    Published 11 days ago
    Finally, A Bold Move

    Finally, A Bold Move

    Let's start off by calling this angular, Blade Runner-esque creation what it is: a stunning risk by Tesla Motors. Unlike previously released vehicles such as the Model X, Model Y, or Roadster (which kept to a much more conventional and modern automobile shape), the Tesla Cybertruck not only stands out from the rest of the Tesla line-up, but basically every automobile currently in production. The reason? It doesn't really look like the vehicles that are made today. The conventional shape of trucks in today's market looks generally similar: a vehicle that looks strong, typically trading an aerodynamic style for a large cab, with an open truck bed behind. The main feelings behind it are strength and power, giving the impression of a vehicle that is made to work.
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published 4 months ago
    Crossover SUVs - The Family Car of the 21st Century

    Crossover SUVs - The Family Car of the 21st Century

    According to Wikipedia, as of 2006, more than half of SUVs sold in the United States of America have been of the “crossover” variety. A crossover SUV, also sometimes referred to as simply a “crossover” or occasionally shortened to a “CUV,” is typically a cross between a sedan and a truck-based sport utility vehicle, or SUV. Most often, crossover SUVs are modeled after the body type of a truck-based SUV with the chassis or unibody construction of a sedan. This design generally makes for a significantly more comfortable interior when compared to their truck-based SUV counterparts, however crossovers are known to have less off road capabilities and in many cases are not manufactured with an option for all wheel drive.
  • Jorge E.
    Published 6 months ago
    Surely

    Surely

    Okay folks, I write a "Dear Abby" for cars in my local newspaper, The Lake Worth Herald. I have been doing it weekly for about fifteen years, so I will take a stab at doing it here. I can do this because I am ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified in five repair categories and I own an independent tire and auto repair shop, Car Clinic, in West Palm Beach Florida.
Electric
  • James Crawford
    Published 3 days ago
    Ford vs. Tesla... vs. Rivian?

    Ford vs. Tesla... vs. Rivian?

    I've been a Tesla fanboy for a few years now, probably three to four years. After recently watching the live stream for the Ford Mustang Mach-E, I think they're finally being influenced by Tesla's disruptive force. Finally, an electric car that's non-compliance, has a very good range, and could actually be quite competitive with the Model Y for model.
  • James Crawford
    Published 13 days ago
    The Cybertruck

    The Cybertruck

    At last. The cybertruck (or "CYBRTRK") has been unveiled. I was once of the many hundreds of thousands, possibly millions, that pushed past their normal bedtime hours due to the overwhelming excitement.
  • James Crawford
    Published about a month ago
    Being a Poor Tesla Fanboy...

    Being a Poor Tesla Fanboy...

    Every weekday involves a mostly-awakened self getting into his fossil-fuled Dart and heading to/from work in Northwestern New Brunswick, Canada. However, the last one to two years also included Tesla/EV (Electric Vehicle) related podcasts filling myself with hopes of someday owning a Tesla/EV:
Fact Or Fiction
  • Mariela Corella
    Published 22 days ago
    Road Rage and Its Consequences

    Road Rage and Its Consequences

    It has happened to most of us, you’re driving and suddenly someone cuts you off, you get frustrated and angry and signal an offensive hand gesture at the other driver. We’ve all experienced that emotion of rage while driving, but road rage is something that could lead to serious car accidents or, if a person can’t control their emotions, has led to some fatal incidents.
  • Kevin Gardner
    Published about a month ago
    Why You Should Act Quickly to Repair Your Car's Dents

    Why You Should Act Quickly to Repair Your Car's Dents

    When something bad happens to your car, whether it's a crash or a severe hailstorm, it can sustain incredible amounts of damage. Perhaps you have a broken window, your front bumper falls off, or your car has some pretty serious dents. Dents on your car can be an eyesore and are often accompanied by chipped paint. When your car's paint chips, it can expose the vulnerable metal underneath and lead to even more damage to your paint job. There are other negative effects dents can have on your car.
  • Jaime Hunter
    Published about a month ago
    What Does Your Favourite Car Say About You?

    What Does Your Favourite Car Say About You?

    You can read a lot into people when you look at what they drive. Certain makes and models of cars obviously attract very different people, and in some cases, a very particular set of people. For example, if you ride around in a BMW chances are that you’re not a very good driver, and if you drive around in anything made by Bugatti then you probably have a lot of money. Any how, let’s take a look to see what car you like says about your personality.
How To
  • Lucas H. Parker
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Easy Tips to Save Money on Car Key Replacement

    Easy Tips to Save Money on Car Key Replacement

    Locksmith services can be expensive, or at least more than you expected depending on your needs and the seriousness of the problem. To avoid spending more time and money on these services, the best thing you can do is prepare yourself ahead.
  • Natalie Ige
    Published about 3 hours ago
    The Top Tips to Keep in Mind When Talking About Your Car Security

    The Top Tips to Keep in Mind When Talking About Your Car Security

    There’s no denying that cars are indeed quite expensive and the overall costs of maintaining it will also be high as well. No one wants their car to be stolen as car thefts are a common problem these days. Therefore, it’s very essential that you keep your car safe and provide the proper protection it needs as well.
  • Natalie Ige
    Published 2 days ago
    Mistakes to Avoid When Trying to Apply Car Vinyl Wraps

    Mistakes to Avoid When Trying to Apply Car Vinyl Wraps

    It has been proved with the help of numerous studies that merchandise with a sign will easily outsell merchandise without any sign, by almost 20 percent. When you plan to wrap your vehicles with vinyl, mentioning your business contact number and name - it'll be a great way to great extreme awareness about your brand and will also improve your sales as well.
Industry
  • Mariela Corella
    Published 8 days ago
    Rules Truck Drivers Have to Follow

    Rules Truck Drivers Have to Follow

    Truck drivers need to abide by strict regulations called Hours of Service regulations. These rules were created to monitor and control the number of consecutive hours a driver is on the road. They are in place to prevent truck drivers from driving too tired and causing an accident and they also prevent carriers from forcing extremely long working hours on their employees.
  • Preeti Roy
    Published 9 days ago
    Tips to Remember Before Choosing Second-Hand Car Finance

    Tips to Remember Before Choosing Second-Hand Car Finance

    Planning to buy a second hand car by taking a loan? Then you must read about these tips to remember before choosing a loan.
  • Atiya Tuma
    Published 23 days ago
    Tips for Finding the Best Site to Sell Car

    Tips for Finding the Best Site to Sell Car

    This action comes with a big responsibility and your need to be very cautious in the choice of the way to sell your car. Unlike earlier times now, internet technology has taken over and all the purchasing and selling is now being done online. So, considering a dealer for selling your used car is out of the question. What you need to do here is to go online and search for the websites that have been ranked high and which have been acclaimed by the user. Following are some tips on finding the best site to sell a car:
List
  • Eada Hudes
    Published 2 days ago
    How to Go about Detailing Your Car Like a Pro

    How to Go about Detailing Your Car Like a Pro

    Car ownership is not just about driving, and it needs so much more than that to maintain a car. You need to refill the fuel tank, change the engine oil at the proper time, and rotate tires when service is due and do necessary repairs during a problem. But vehicle maintenance also includes detailing your car. Properly cleaning your car will remove all the contaminants and corrosive materials that can ruin your ride. These are some tips to go about your car detailing.
  • Thornie Longmuir
    Published 22 days ago
    Best 7 Cars for College Students

    Best 7 Cars for College Students

    College tuition often takes a large chunk of the bank even without considering the purchase of a vehicle. If you add the prices for insurance, gas, and shelling, a car for college students might be a huge purchase. So, if you’re thinking about postponing that long-demanded purchase, just wait a minute. The professional experts in college paper writing service from GPALabs prepared a list of best cars for college students. If you’re still hesitating on what to choose, just skim through the following selection; we hope that something will fit your preferences, values, and budget constraints.
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published about a month ago
    Best Cars for First-Time Drivers

    Best Cars for First-Time Drivers

    Getting your driver’s license is an exciting event full of freedom and opportunity. No longer relying on public transport or the generosity of friends, a licensed driver can go where they want, whenever they want. But which car to drive is a topic of much significance. Whether you’re a concerned parent, teenager, or newly licensed adult, the car you drive should be comfortable, easy to maneuver, and, most of all, safe. Here are some of the top cars for beginner drivers that can help put any worried minds at ease.
Motorsports
  • Eada Hudes
    Published about a month ago
    5 Simple Tips to Transport Your Precious Cars Safely

    5 Simple Tips to Transport Your Precious Cars Safely

    While driving your car may give you all the thrill and happiness in the world, when it comes to transporting it from one place to another, we’re sure your heart skips a beat.
  • Eada Hudes
    Published 2 months ago
    Take Your Biking Experience to the Next Level with These Must-Have Accessories

    Take Your Biking Experience to the Next Level with These Must-Have Accessories

    It doesn’t matter whether you’re a pro biker or just starting out, having bike accessories is very necessary in order to alleviate your overall experience. Helpful accessories can indeed take your journey to the next level, without a singular doubt.
  • Natalie Ige
    Published 4 months ago
    Do You Wish to Own a Vintage Motorcycle? Then This Checklist Is All You Need

    Do You Wish to Own a Vintage Motorcycle? Then This Checklist Is All You Need

    Owning a vintage motorcycle sounds like a dream, but it requires a lot of care, maintenance and hard work on your part. If you are looking to purchase a vintage motorcycle, then you may want to take a close look at the checklist provided below. This checklist is geared for beginners and it should enable you to discover more about vintage motorcycles and how to take better care of them as well. So check it out:
Pop Culture
  • Buddy Brown
    Published 12 months ago
    The History of the Christmas Hess Truck

    The History of the Christmas Hess Truck

    "The Hess Truck's here and it's better than everFor Christmas this year! The Hess Truck's here!"
  • Greg Bond
    Published 2 years ago
    Worst Car Movies of All Time

    Worst Car Movies of All Time

    There are so many great car movies out there that really make you feel like you're in the movie. From talking cars to racing films, there's a wide range of ideas writers and directors can play around with when it comes to cars. Even the thrill of cars racing in the movie is the greatest feeling when it keeps you at the edge of your seat.
  • George Coster
    Published 2 years ago
    Things First Time Drivers Understand

    Things First Time Drivers Understand

    Being young can be hard at times. We have curfews, homework and not enough time or freedom to do anything.
Racing
  • Ian Perez
    Published 5 months ago
    Formula 1 Pirelli Grand Prix de France 2019

    Formula 1 Pirelli Grand Prix de France 2019

    Round 8 of 21, it was another Formula 1 Grand Prix filled with small action. Right from the beginning, Hamilton had a very good start and managed to stay in front of the field. His teammate, on the other hand, did not have the same pace Hamilton had. With the Ferrari’s starting 3rd and 7th place, respectively, they only managed to get 3rd (Charles Leclerc) and 5th (Sebastian Vettel) on the grid. Some last lap drama included Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris.
  • Chris Hearn
    Published 8 months ago
    Where Is NASCAR Going Wrong?

    Where Is NASCAR Going Wrong?

    It would appear that NASCAR has a problem. Last weekend was the annual spring race at Bristol Motor Speedway, in Tennessee. Like many others, I was at home watching the race, but I was dismayed to see so many empty grandstand seats at a track that used to sell out for every race. And we aren't talking just a few seats. At both ends of the track, the grandstands were closed off. There was no one sitting in those areas. Even along the straight stretches, there were a lot of noticeable gaps. No one seems to know exactly how many people were there, as Forbes reports.
  • H4MM3R_H34D 23
    Published 12 months ago
    F1 Pirelli Tyre Compounds Summary - 2018 Season
Travel
  • Jim Hughes
    Published 3 months ago
    Car Maintenance Tips While Traveling to Europe

    Car Maintenance Tips While Traveling to Europe

    The best time to visit Rome and other popular destinations in Europe is between September and November, and April to May when there are fewer crowds, and the days are bright and sunny. And in fine weather such as this, the best way to explore the continent is by taking a road trip.
  • Chiara Torelli
    Published 3 months ago
    The Big Future of Tiny Houses (Part 2)

    The Big Future of Tiny Houses (Part 2)

    Tiny houses are still a relatively new phenomenon, and local councils and governments aren't 100 percent sure how to go about regulating them yet. Things are moving a-pace though, and collaboration between councils and tiny homeowners is helping to open channels of communication. Here's the low-down on what classification you can claim for your tiny build, where you can live and how to go about settling in.
  • Natalie Ige
    Published 5 months ago
    Why It's Better to Opt for Chauffeured Luxury Car Rental over Self-Drive Car Rental?

    Why It's Better to Opt for Chauffeured Luxury Car Rental over Self-Drive Car Rental?

    Driving a luxury car is a dream for many. But the glory that comes while sitting in the backseat as the driver takes you to your destination is on a different level. While being chauffeured, you can enjoy the scenery when traveling to distant locations. The chauffeurs also have a myriad of advice for their customers. These are some of the benefits that you do not get to avail while driving a rental car.
Vintage
  • Rakesh Babu
    Published 3 months ago
    Hindustan Motors Contessa, India’s First Luxury Sedan

    Hindustan Motors Contessa, India’s First Luxury Sedan

    Contessa, India’s first luxury sedan came to Indian market in the mid 80s when Indian roads were ruled by Ambassadors and Premier Padminis. Contessa soon became a status symbol in India. The car was mostly used by top business men and ministers.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 5 months ago
    No More Volkswagen Beetles Will Be Made

    No More Volkswagen Beetles Will Be Made

    All good things must come to an end. That includes the last of some cars. On Wednesday, July 10, 2019, the last Volkswagen Beetle came off the assembly line in Puebla, Mexico. Never again will that particular car be made. The recognizable classic car has been around for the last 81 years. Plenty of the classic cars used to be seen often on the highways. Now they are rarely seen. Sales declined from 46,000 in 2013 to just 15,166 last year, according to Autodata Corp.
  • Alan Russell
    Published 8 months ago
    Christ Church Classic Car Show

    Christ Church Classic Car Show

    This classic car show was held on the lawns of Christchurch Quay, Christchurch in Southern England. The number of visitors was not known, as entry to the show was free. However, the organizers (Classic Cars on The Prom 2019) estimated that some 380 classic vehicles took part. The only qualification for displaying at this show was any vehicle that was manufactured before 31st July 1983.