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New To Diesel Cars? Here Is What You Need To Know!

New To Diesel Cars? Here Is What You Need To Know!Diesel vehicles are a familiar sight in most parts of the world. They offer superior fuel economy and so are brilliant for long-distance driving. There was once a time where people thought of diesel cars as being slow, smelly engines. Today's diesels are efficient and seldom output any smoke. Plus, many high-performance cars come with diesel engines. Audi even made a concept R8 supercar with a... ❯❯❯

Beginner's Guide To Better Fuel Efficiency

Beginner's Guide To Better Fuel EfficiencyKate Brady Do you ever find yourself looking at your fuel gauge and wondering where it all went? Despite the recent drop in oil prices, petrol and diesel still make up a significant percentage of the costs of running your car. If you want things to change and become more fuel efficient, you need to make some changes. In today’s guide, we’re going to give you some pointers. Let’s get started... ❯❯❯

The Absolute Basics of Transmission Maintenance

Regular transmission maintenance is needed to keep your car running efficiently and smoothly. A number of services are carried out during routine transmission maintenance to make sure all parts are properly lubricated and in sound and solid form. A lift inspection may show any major trouble, whereas general inspection as well as replacement of filters, fluids and gaskets will show other minor... ❯❯❯

How Your Can Insurance Can Help With a Windshield Repair

How Your Can Insurance Can Help With a Windshield RepairIs your windshield cracked, broken or chipped? Windshield repair is common. Damage to windshields can be caused by anything ranging from falling branches to vandalism. Repairing a windshield can cost anywhere between $50 and $1500 depending on the extent of damage to the windshield and the type of solution that has to be applied to the situation. Not many people can afford to pay cash for the... ❯❯❯

Top Tips For Motorcycle Safety

Top Tips For Motorcycle SafetyIf you’re making the transition from four wheels to two, you may find out that things are a bit different (cue in the sarcastic tone). Once you set foot on the hog, it’s tough to turn back to a more traditional style of transportation. It’s easily the most fun way to get around, which is probably the reason why it makes it so dangerous. Unfortunately, the world around us is a dangerous place... ❯❯❯

How The Obama Administration’s Fuel-Efficiency Mandate Affects The Heavy-Duty Trucking Industry

How The Obama Administration’s Fuel-Efficiency Mandate Affects The Heavy-Duty Trucking IndustryIn the heavy-duty truck industry, cutting down on fuel emissions while still working at a high over-the-road, efficiency-level is of top priority to most commercial transport corporations. As of this year, however, the Obama administration implemented a historic regulation that promises to affect how these companies handle business operations. The mandate, which focuses on reducing fuel... ❯❯❯

7 Ways to Make a Commute Enjoyable

7 Ways to Make a Commute Enjoyable  Commuting to and from work five days a week—and occasionally sometimes more—is a reality all too many people have to suffer through. While sitting in endless miles of traffic is not all that pleasant, it can be even worse if you do not have the right tools to make it somewhat enjoyable. Because commuting can increase a person’s stress levels, it is important to attempt to make the commute... ❯❯❯

Save money on your next oil change

If you own a car, you know that there are lots of expenses involved in keeping a vehicle safely on the road. From car payments and insurance to maintenance and car washes, keeping your car running and looking good can put a strain on your wallet. When it comes to having your car’s oil changed, however, there are ways to save a few dollars. Here are a few ways to get a cheap oil change in... ❯❯❯

How to Make Your Daily Commute Better

How to Make Your Daily Commute BetterDealing with a long, boring and stressful commute to and from work is a reality that most people have to face every day. This is an issue that most people try to avoid, but few people are able to work remotely or shorten their commute time. Despite these realities, there are some ways to make the time in the car more tolerable. Anyone can use these tricks to not only make commuting bearable, but... ❯❯❯

Six Tips for Buying the Right Car This Summer

Six Tips for Buying the Right Car This SummerRegardless of whether you are looking for a brand new car or a previously owned car, purchasing a car is often the second most expensive purchase you will make, a house being the first expensive. Because it such an expensive purchase, you can feel a bit of trepidation about making a commitment. However, a car is a great investment, and when you find the right one, it can last you for years to... ❯❯❯

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