How to Avoid getting your Car Plowed in

The snowy season is almost upon us and it won’t be long before snow plows become a regular occurring sight. While you might be glad that the plows are out there and the roads will be slightly better to drive on, you should keep in mind where you car is. You …

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Drunk Drivers Repeat Offenders

Should states issue special license plates to repeat drunk drivers? My answer is a simple, YES. I think a drunk driver gets off to easy and thats why they repeat the problem. No one should be a victim to drunk driver’s. The people should know which vehicles are the men …

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An Overview of the 2007 Hybrid Pickup Trucks

As gas prices remain at record highs, many companies continue to provide alternatives to “gasoline-only” vehicles. Although not as early on the scene as hybrid sedans, hybrid pickups are going through many tweaks and touch-ups here and there that are serving to make them quite as reliable as and more …

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The first Mustang 1964 12 Mustang

The 1965 Ford Mustang brought about a revolution in the muscle car world, sleek and attractive, the “pony” car was an instant success and put The Ford Motor Company at the forefront of sports car production. As the third oldest design in the Ford lineup there have been many incarnations …

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2009 Car Reviews

Last year, Infiniti changed its coupe’s name to G37, a reflection of the car’s newly powered 3.7-liter engine. Now the brand’s sedan and convertible share the same title, and all three have a lot to offer. But it’s the coupe, which was on several top-10 lists in 2008, that stands …

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Child Safety in Vehicles

You are in the market for a vehicle, or maybe you’re just thinking about it. Since you’ll be transporting children, you want the best safety options available: child safety locks, car seat anchors, excellent crash safety ratings, and airbag cutoff switches. Why airbag cutoff switches? Airbags are one of the …

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Ways to Avoid Giving into Road Rage

The best way not to succumb to road rage is not be overly concerned about what others are doing around you. Despite our best driving efforts, and our complete adherence to road etiquette, some drivers will endanger everyone around them with their thoughtless actions. Actions which we have no control …

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Ase Certification – Yes

Should your mechanic be ASE certified? Hmmm…Should your doctor be board certified? Would you trust them sticking you with a needle if they weren’t? I don’t think so. Years ago there were no credentials available for the automotive service industry. There was no way to tell if your mechanic had …

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