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5 Driving Safety Tips for the 2018 Holiday Season
Are you planning on hitting the road this upcoming holiday season? While many people take planes in order to get home, even more people pack up their cars, load in their families, and drive to their loved ones. The traffic speaks for itself! Whether you’re headed to your mom’s house for a big turkey dinner, or headed to your favorite winter cabin to open festive gifts, there are a few important driving tips that you should keep in mind.
10 Most Expensive Car Brands to Fix
There are certain cars that mechanics make their livings off of. The most unreliable cars you should never buy are often the ones that mechanics see in their shop on a regular basis, and will typically be the ones mechanics will warn you against purchasing.
Top 10 Craziest Car Stunts in Movies
Whether they're impressive or destructive, these automotive feats are hard to look away from. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we're counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Best Car Stunt in Movies."Before we begin, this list is made in partnership with Sotheby's. If you're interested in seeing more amazing videos of unique cars, subscribe to Sotheby's on YouTube.
The Phoenix Missile: The Definitive Z Car
It's no wonder Car and Driver called it “A phoenix missile you can guide yourself.” One of the first cars to be designed in a Computer Design program (CAD) with aerodynamics as a priority would look different than any other car to ever be conceived. The sweeping nose into the large, exaggerated wheel arches gives the Nissan 300zx, a performance Grand Touring car, the look of the much more expensive supercars from Lamborghini and Ferrari. Even today the design of the 300zx has held up to the test of time and still looks absolutely brilliant. The design was so refined that Lamborghini, after being purchased from Audi, bought rights to use the 300zx’s headlights on their 6th generation Diablo, one of the most iconic supercars of the 1990s and early 2000s. The 300zx offers the best balance between performance, practicality, and price.
Has the Halo Worked Since It Was Implemented?
The big news for the start of the 2018 season was the implementation of the halo. The halo device is made out of titanium material which has been tested by the FIA to ensure it can handle the heaviest of loads. The halo is fitted to the cars by the teams as the FIA ensure they are tested for the teams to use. With that being said, the halo is able to have some carbon fibre attached to the top of the device.
How to Prepare Your Car for Long-Term Storage
Ready for the big trip? Have you got everything in order? Preparing your car is yet another chore to be crossed off your checklist, and it requires some time to take care of the details. However, it’s definitely worth it. There’s nothing more annoying than coming back home after a long absence only to have to deal with problems right away. For instance, your car is damaged or it won’t start. There’s no need for facing harsh reality the moment you arrive, is there? For this reason, here are a few tips on how to keep your car in perfect condition until you come back from your trip, even if it’s a long one (for instance, over a year).
10 Car Problems You Should Never Ignore
There's no telling what can go wrong on a road trip, but if you're starting off with weird noises or a wobbly vehicle, that's a telltale sign for the future. If something is wrong with your car, you may have certain warning signs such as a warning light, leaking fluids, rough shifting, or other bad omens. There are some car problems you should never ignore, while others may be safer for you to wait on. Depending on the issue, you may be in a dangerous situation if you continue to drive your car even a mile longer. It’s important to know the signs to avoid expensive repairs and keep yourself and your passengers safe. Here are the signs you should never ignore and what they might mean.
Best Classic Cars of the 50s
If you ask me, the 1950s was the first golden era of sports cars. The post-World War II period invited technological advancements, stronger motors, faster cars, and a wide variety of never-before-seen features. Design-wise, car manufacturers weren't afraid to be ostentatious or reservedly creative. While the 1950s saw the unfortunate demise of some automakers, like the Packard Motor Company, the decade was a period of massive growth and improvement for most car manufacturers, from Chevy and Ford in the United States to a variety of European makers including BMW and Jaguar. If you enjoy reading about classic cars as much as I do, take a look at the best and most classic cars of the 50s.
Top 10 Ferraris of All Time
Since its founding in 1939, Ferrari have time after time produced stunning cars which have often been considered some of best-looking cars of all time.
JDM Gear for Girls
The JDM car community is one that's reserved for those who really, truly love power and durability in their cars. JDM, or Japanese Domestic Market, is a community that is very heavily tied to street racing and car mods rappers regularly mention.
JDM Car Mods You Will Love
If there's one car community that really shows pride in making cars the best version of themselves, it's the JDM community. JDM, which stands for Japanese Domestic Market, is a community that focuses on high quality cars made for Japan's domestic market.
How Are Monster Trucks Made?
Bob Chandler, the putative inventor of the monster truck, had no idea where the project would take him when he began. But as he added larger and larger tires to his Ford truck, and made many adjustments to the structure in order to accommodate new demands, a legacy was born. This original monster truck, Bigfoot, one of the most popular monster trucks of all time, paved the way for a whole new, exciting style of entertainment.