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  • Wendy Dessler
    Published a day ago
    Top 6 Car Cleaning Tips From The Pros

    Top 6 Car Cleaning Tips From The Pros

    If you want your car to retain its value, you have to take care of it. You’re in a losing battle; the moment the wheels on your new car leave the dealership, it drops in value. The best bet is to buy used, and upgrade. That said, you can keep a new car near market value through a few careful cleaning techniques. Following we’ll briefly cover six that the pros recommend.
  • Kiara Waylen
    Published a day ago
    How Can Car Wreckers Give Cost-effective Solutions for Your Vehicle?

    How Can Car Wreckers Give Cost-effective Solutions for Your Vehicle?

    The usual tendency of any car owner is to travel from one place to another. It is of course a reality that anything that is pleasing demands a cost. It is also a fact that the most expensive vehicle needs regular maintenance and repairs. It is after that one thinks about cost-effective solutions. The car owners opt for replacement of the car parts but expect them to be quite affordable.
  • Natasha Christou
    Published 3 days ago
    Predicting the classic cars of the future

    Predicting the classic cars of the future

    Like property, technology, and fashion, the price of a vehicle can fluctuate depending on a range of factors. Admittedly, it helps to do your homework and thoroughly research your options before making a commitment. But even if the cars value does not skyrocket, at least you’ll still be able to enjoy it on the road.
  • Davis Nguyen
    Published 3 days ago
    Cars

    Cars

    From point A to point B, it gets us to and from. But did you know there was a point C?
  • WilliamYousafi
    Published 7 days ago
    How to Install an Alarm System on a Motorcycle

    How to Install an Alarm System on a Motorcycle

    Alarm systems for motorcycles require effort and courage to secure your bike and scare the thief away.
  • LukeKing
    Published 10 days ago
    Extended Car Warranty: Everything You Need To Know

    Extended Car Warranty: Everything You Need To Know

    Buying a new or a used car is a tough decision and a significant investment, especially if you are a busy person. Let’s face it; if you are a busy person, you have a lot on your plate such as work and other obligations, and usually, you don’t have the time to research your best buy.
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Design
  • Marie Nieves
    Published 4 months ago
    Important Details Every Millennial Car Lover Cares for

    Important Details Every Millennial Car Lover Cares for

    Selling a product to Millennials is quite a challenging task due to many reasons. To begin with, they are the most diverse generation when it comes to their ethnic and cultural background. Next, they are the most educated generation, which means they really know what kind of product they’re after. Last but not least, they place more value on individuality that any other generation before them. So, finding something that is universally applicable when it comes to products that would interests Millennials is a real challenge. However, despite all the obstacles, years of experience have shown that there are things a great majority of people born from 1980-1996 find important when buying a car. Here is a brief overview of them.
  • Kelly Thompson
    Published 7 months 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 11 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.
Electric
  • TNR Evehicles
    Published about a month ago
    Types of Electric Vehicles

    Types of Electric Vehicles

    Various kinds of electric vehicle
  • James Patefield
    Published 2 months ago
    The power of the electric car

    The power of the electric car

    It’s a concept that’s been around for over 100 years, but it’s only recently that the idea of an electric car has really taken off. With a greater focus on protecting our environment, as well as the day to day cost benefits of an electric powertrain, the electric car is making waves in the motoring industry, with more companies focusing their energy into developing desirable electric vehicles.
  • James Crawford
    Published 7 months 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.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Stefan Ateljevic
    Published 3 months ago
    Unusual Tips for Driving in the US

    Unusual Tips for Driving in the US

    They say that driving in the US is a sheer delight. On average, Americans drive 13,474 miles every year, which is more time spent behind the wheel than any other nation—12,777 miles more than an average Chinese citizen drives.
  • Sarah Marry
    Published 4 months ago
    Rectifying Limousine Myths: Prove Them Wrong

    Rectifying Limousine Myths: Prove Them Wrong

    In the modern world, at the age of digitization, it is common to spread information that will create chaos and havoc on a massive scale. People were safe from such rumors back in the day with no modern tool to corrupt their minds whatsoever. But now if we swipe through our surroundings everything is surrounded by a series of myths (or rumors).
  • Evan Javier
    Published 5 months ago
    Everything That You Need to Know About Car Crash Repairs

    Everything That You Need to Know About Car Crash Repairs

    The growing population has given rise to the number of vehicles on the road. Despite precautions, there are a number of things that can contribute to car accidents. There are several factors that cause collisions such as; driving speed, road design, the design of the vehicle, driving skills, road condition, drunk driving, distracted driving, rash driving, etc. Some of these incidents can even lead to death or cause several financial damages to the individuals involved or not involved in the crash.
How To
  • Wendy Dessler
    Published a day ago
    Top 6 Car Cleaning Tips From The Pros

    Top 6 Car Cleaning Tips From The Pros

    If you want your car to retain its value, you have to take care of it. You’re in a losing battle; the moment the wheels on your new car leave the dealership, it drops in value. The best bet is to buy used, and upgrade. That said, you can keep a new car near market value through a few careful cleaning techniques. Following we’ll briefly cover six that the pros recommend.
  • Kiara Waylen
    Published a day ago
    How Can Car Wreckers Give Cost-effective Solutions for Your Vehicle?

    How Can Car Wreckers Give Cost-effective Solutions for Your Vehicle?

    The usual tendency of any car owner is to travel from one place to another. It is of course a reality that anything that is pleasing demands a cost. It is also a fact that the most expensive vehicle needs regular maintenance and repairs. It is after that one thinks about cost-effective solutions. The car owners opt for replacement of the car parts but expect them to be quite affordable.
  • WilliamYousafi
    Published 7 days ago
    How to Install an Alarm System on a Motorcycle

    How to Install an Alarm System on a Motorcycle

    Alarm systems for motorcycles require effort and courage to secure your bike and scare the thief away.
Industry
  • Davis Nguyen
    Published 3 days ago
    Cars

    Cars

    From point A to point B, it gets us to and from. But did you know there was a point C?
  • Mohammad yousef
    Published 11 days ago
    Key Advantages of Buying a Used Car

    Key Advantages of Buying a Used Car

    Many people prefer buying used cars instead of new. Following are the advantages that they achieve:
  • Rachna Singh
    Published 19 days ago
    Futuristic insights on “Automotive Air Intake Manifold Industry”

    Futuristic insights on “Automotive Air Intake Manifold Industry”

    An air intake manifold is a part of an automobile vehicle’s engine. It consists of a number of tubes that are attached to the engine at various sites and feeds air to the engine for efficient distribution of air and mixing of air with the fuel to be fed for consumption to the cylinders. A main function of this air intake manifold is the uniform distribution of air in the combustion mixture. Air contains oxygen which is necessary for the combustion to take place especially when the first stroke occurs. Additionally, air intake manifold enters cool air in the engine and prevents overheating mainly at high speeds and long driving times. It is also used to supply control functions which include engine operation point control, fuel economy maintenance, less fuel-film deposition and reduced loss of pressure for engine to work at its maximum capacity. An exhaust manifold is also present in automotive engines to take the air out of the engine.
List
  • Natasha Christou
    Published 3 days ago
    Predicting the classic cars of the future

    Predicting the classic cars of the future

    Like property, technology, and fashion, the price of a vehicle can fluctuate depending on a range of factors. Admittedly, it helps to do your homework and thoroughly research your options before making a commitment. But even if the cars value does not skyrocket, at least you’ll still be able to enjoy it on the road.
  • James Patefield
    Published 10 days ago
    Ways Technology is Helping us to be Safer Drivers

    Ways Technology is Helping us to be Safer Drivers

    Technology in vehicles has constantly been progressing. From seatbelts being introduced in the early 1900s — but only becoming standard in the 1970s — to electric vehicles being set to take over petrol-powered vehicles, the automotive industry is forever trying to make driving safer. Every year on roads across the globe, 1.2 million people lose their lives. It is predicted that road accidents will become the seventh leading cause of death in the world by 2030.
  • Amy Mercer
    Published 17 days ago
    Car-lovers: Release your inner child!

    Car-lovers: Release your inner child!

    With car-lovers unlikely to get the chance of enjoying a driving circuit experience this year, there’s always the option of toy cars — perfect for those with a passion for cars who are still a big kid at heart.
Motorsports
  • Gracie Watson
    Published 17 days ago
    Top Motorbike Brands in 2020

    Top Motorbike Brands in 2020

    Motorbikes have existed side by side with cars for ages. When the 2008 recession ended, there was a substantial increase in the purchase of motorcycles. This was mainly because many manufacturers lowered their prices to attract sales. It worked.
  • Ahmed A.
    Published 18 days ago
    The Dangers of Hydroplaning on Wet Roads

    The Dangers of Hydroplaning on Wet Roads

    Contrary to popular belief, the most dangerous time to be driving in wet conditions is not when there is a downpour, it’s actually the first 10 minutes of rainfall.
  • Rakesh Babu
    Published 25 days ago
    India's first performance bike - Yamaha RD 350 (Rajdoot 350)

    India's first performance bike - Yamaha RD 350 (Rajdoot 350)

    RD 350 was introduced in India in 1983. This was the time when the most popular 2 wheelers in India were Bullet 350, Yezdi 350, Rajdoot 175 and scooters like Chetak, Vijay super, Lambretta 150, etc.
Pop Culture
  • Ashish Prabhu
    Published about a month ago
    Motorists Warned Of Risks As UK Returns To Roads From Coronavirus Lockdown

    Motorists Warned Of Risks As UK Returns To Roads From Coronavirus Lockdown

    The rapid return of cars to UK roads already busy with cyclists and pedestrians could create a number of safety and legal issues for motorists and other road users.
  • Buddy Brown
    Published 2 years 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.
Racing
  • Chris Hearn
    Published 3 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 6 months ago
    Jeff Gordon - A Winner's Story!

    Jeff Gordon - A Winner's Story!

    It was a Fast Track in Phoenix that day.
  • Ian Perez
    Published about a year 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.
Travel
  • Sherryn De Vos
    Published 16 days ago
    Everything You Need To Know About Full-Time RV Living
  • Wendy Dessler
    Published 22 days ago
    3 Simple Tips That Will Get You Into R.V. Travel

    3 Simple Tips That Will Get You Into R.V. Travel

    Approximately 10 million people own recreational vehicles in the United States. If you have recently purchased a recreational vehicle (RV), you need to start planning your first trip. Getting your money’s worth out of this investment will require you to travel a bit. This is why you have to develop a love for the open road and taking adventures in your RV.
  • Sarah Rodgers
    Published about a month ago
    The Truck Stop Industry

    The Truck Stop Industry

    The truck stop industry is growing at a fast pace, and with it, so are truck stops. Now for those of you who don't know what a truck stop is, think of a gas station with a big parking lot and big trucks. A truck stop was created because, sadly, not all gas stations can fit a big semi-truck at their pumps. So lucky for truck drivers, truck stops were invented.
Vintage
  • Ben Hanzel
    Published 6 months ago
    Why Classic Cars are Better. Period.

    Why Classic Cars are Better. Period.

    In the modern age, it seems like classic cars have taken a backseat (pun intended) to modern vehicles. Both classic and modern cars have great things to offer, but if you’ve forgotten just how amazing classic cars are, here’s a little guide to jog your memory.
  • Rakesh Babu
    Published 10 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 12 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.