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  Prepare Young Drivers For Safe Winter Travel... - ...24.2 That's why it's important for parents to prepare teenagers and young drivers for the difficult winter months, by making sure their vehicles are properly maintained and they've been given helpful instructions and well-sto...

  Cheating Your Engine'?s Planned Obsolence That Was... - ...be or other quick lube shop, you'?ve probably seen some big sign outside telling you to come back every 3,000 miles for an oil change '? quite the opposite of the "extended drain interval". Jiffy Lube promotes the short, 3,0...

  Improve Gas Mileage Without Damaging Your Car... - ... the Environmental Protection Agency has found only a few that improve mileage and none that do so significantly. The gas-saving products on the market seem to fall into clearly defined categories. These include, but are...

  Consider Fuel Efficiency When Buying a Car... - ...ment and your pocket book. You will enjoy the savings throughout the life of the vehicle. There is a lot to consider when buying a car. If you are buying a used car the condition of the clutch, brakes, engine and transm...

  Researching A Car Thats Right For You... - ...r each vehicle and write down pros and cons for each one. Also on each sheet of paper list the attributes which are most important to you. This list might include: MPG - if you put a lot of miles on your car this factor c...

  Making The Dealer An Offer... - ...you want. Spend countless hours online finding local dealers who have websites. And THEN spend more time digging through their websites to find your new car. Fill out a request form online and have a dealer contact ...

  Closing The Deal... - ...jack up the new car costs and offer you more for your car to make it seem like a better deal. If your trade-in is in good shape you should be looking for a price somewhere between retail and wholesale. If your car is spotle...

  After The Sale... - ...entire owners manual. Familiarize yourself with the service requirements. Understand when you need to change oil, filters, and other major things like timing belt and driveline fluids. Get used to operating the heatin...

  Robot.... - ...ilding was retro-wired to interact with his movement or position within it. Doors could open and lights were configured to illuminate his journey throughout. So, his environmental control was somewhat extended, in this case t...

  Driving To Savings: Car Tips To Save You Money... - ...is cold outside. Gas becomes denser in cooler temperatures. Since gas pumps only measure the volume of fuel - not the density - you'll get better overall gas mileage for your money by purchasing fuel when it's cool outside ra...

  FAQ on Modifying the Toyota Supra... - ... 3" (75mm) or bigger cat-back exhaust system, raised boost (18psi), and the required boost cut eliminator (GReddy BCC) needed to achieve that boost without activating the factory fuel cut-off at 14-15psi. These are the modifi...

  What is Road Hazard Warranty? Do You Really Need I... - ...want to purchase the Road Hazard warranty. "It's ONLY an additional $10 - $20 for each tire," he or she says. So, you're thinking, "Don't my tires come with a warranty already?" Great question! Most tires come with a wa...

  Common Mistakes Motorcycle Buyers Make When Lookin... - ...opping for a motorcycle loan. Here are four common mistakes motorcycle buyers make with motorcycle loans. Shopping for a motorcycle before shopping for a motorcycle loan. Many motorcycle buyers enter the showroom lookin...

  Useful Tips On Buying A New Or Used Car... - ...car model and options you want and how much you'?re willing to spend. Do some research. You'?ll be less likely to feel pressured into making a hasty or expensive decision at the showroom and more likely to get a better deal. ...

  Bearings... - ... sometimes overlooked is the inherent features and design of a bearings to reduce temperature where it is not necessary. The basic requirement is to reduce contacting surface areas. More extreme requirements are to red...

  The Cooling System... - ...as soon as possible after starting. Ideally, the cooling system keeps the engine running at its most efficient temperature no matter what the operating conditions are. As fuel is burned in the engine, about one-third of t...

  The Engine Explained... - ... the car. How does it do that ??.... Well let's start with a cutaway of the engine and see all the major parts then we will get into the actual mechanics. Pistons: Most common engines have 4, 6, or 8 pistons, which move u...

  Your Drive Train Explained... - ...e" is turning or twisting force. Multiple ratio gearboxes are necessary because the engine delivers its maximum power at certain speeds, or RPM (Rotations Per Minute). In order to use the same engine RPM's at different road s...

  How Your Cars Suspension Works... - ...ety of types, shapes, sizes, rates, and capacities. Types include leaf springs, coil springs, air springs, and torsion bars. These are used in sets of four for each vehicle, or they may be paired off in various combinations a...

  More Environment-Friendly, Fuel Cell Powered Honda... - ...s in the car industry, but what is it really all about? Honda FCX powered by Honda fuel cells. It has been two years since Honda released the Honda FCX which has become the first fuel cell vehicle in the world to receiv...



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