Archive for May, 2009

Driving Mistakes That Make Roadside Assistance A Necessity

It’s familiar to us all.  You’re 10 minutes late, driving to work, and you need to make up for lost time.  So, suddenly you find yourself with a lead foot and you begin multi tasking by catching up on phone calls.  Doesn’t sound very safe, huh?  We all make common driving mistakes, but we need […]

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Don’t Be Caught Off Guard By A Dead Battery

It is an awful feeling when you go to start your car in the morning, just to discover that your battery is weak. Luckily, many people have a road service program that can help them in this situation, but unfortunately, others don’t. If a car isn’t getting sufficient power, it won’t start, however, help is […]

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Purchase The Appropriate Child Safety Seat For Your Child

Modern cars provide safety for adults, but it is up to parents to provide the special protection needed for children. However, there are many different types of Child seats out there today, which can make it confusing for adults to know what to choose for their child. There are three different types of seats. Infant […]

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Hydrogen Cars Go Cross Country

Many people believe that hydrogen cars are like science fiction, a technology as murky as the things that drive them. However, despite some obstacles, such as producing a fueling infrastructure, the big carmakers and Uncle Sam are fans of hydrogen cars and are driving all the way across the country in a fleet of these […]

Why People Like Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles

In today’s world, the divide between new and used cars are less distinct because of certified pre-owned programs that manufacturers support. Now, consumers can purchase luxury vehicles that appear to be brand new. Mercedes Benz was the first auto manufacturer to offer a certification program that was comprehensive in 1989. Lexus then began a certified […]

What Type Of Oil Should You Use In Your Car?

Many motorists aren’t sure whether they should use regular or synthetic oil in their cars.  The answer depends on the age of the vehicle, mileage, and the recommendations by the carmaker. Vehicles with high mileage that are older often have excessive engine wear that allows oil to leak internally.  Synthetic oil isn’t recommended on these […]

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Should You Buy A Vehicle For Your Teenager?

Many parents struggle with the decision of whether to purchase their teenager a vehicle. Often, parents can afford a new vehicle, but they are concerned with indulging their children in this way. So what is the answer? If parents spend too little on a vehicle, their teenager may wind up with a junker that is […]

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Finding A Trustworthy Repair Shop

Many motorists struggle to find a repair shop that they feel is trustworthy. While some motorists feel comfortable taking their car to the dealership, others prefer going to an independent repair shop. So, which one is better? You will find several advantages to going to the dealership for repairs. First of all, dealerships pay for […]

How To Avoid Road Rage

We’ve all been there.  You encounter another driver who loses his temper and elicits road rage directed at you.  And the result is that you yourself become enraged.  Road rage has become a sort of cultural phenomenon that occurs all over the nation. Sometimes road rage even results in accidents that require roadside assistance. People […]

Now Ride-Sharing Is Easier Than Ever

Many companies have offered ride-sharing sites on the Internet that help fill seats in people’s cars and conserve gas use and greenhouse gasses, however, has the big advantage of being affiliated with iPhone. This downloadable application lets motorists create a social network of vehicles and passengers who are traveling in the same direction. In […]