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How to prevent your car from being stolen?

It’s estimated, that a motor vehicle is being stolen in about every 45 seconds in the United States. It is also noteworthy, that a car theft over the past decade has not decreased as significantly as the rates for other crimes. While property crimes during the last 10 years went down by about 19%, car […]

Published on Friday, May 19, 2017 at 18:00 by
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Driving Without Insurance – Possible Penalties


If you’re driving a car or any other vehicle, you’re legally required to have insurance so that if you’re involved in an accident you can compensate the other driver, or the pedestrian you injured, or pay for the property you damaged.

Published on Thursday, March 9, 2017 at 6:26 by
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New vs Used: Should you buy a second-hand car?


This is a fierce debate amongst car buyers across the country: should you opt for a brand new car, or buy one of the millions of used cars that are sold each year? There are many areas to consider when deciding this for yourself, so if you’ve been scratching your head recently trying to figure […]

Published on Thursday, March 9, 2017 at 6:24 by
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Exciting Changes in F1 Rules for the 2017 Season


There are always a few changes in rules and regulations at the start of a new Formula One season, but 2017 sees many more changes than usual. Many of the new rules have been introduced to try and decrease lap times and improve speeds around corners. Overtaking will also be more difficult. Some of the […]

Published on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at 11:32 by
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How to avoid a car theft in Houston?


It’s estimated, that a car can be stolen in about 30 seconds. More than a million automobiles are thieved every year. It’s also calculated, that each year, a car theft costs Americans $4.3 billion totally.

Published on Friday, February 24, 2017 at 5:55 by
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What Do Anti-Lock Braking Systems Accomplish?


If you’re wondering what special contraption can help cars stop quickly, it’s not beefed-up brake pads – welcome to the world of ABS (anti-lock brake systems).  These are relatively touchy systems that are activated in ‘panic braking’ situations or when road conditions aren’t favorable.

Published on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 at 11:12 by
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4 Tips for Accessory Necessities for Car Care


It’s common knowledge that routine washes and waxes will leave any car looking sharp, but what about those extra tricks that make a detailing that much better? There are many underrated aspects of caring for your car. Monthly mechanical maintenance, keeping an eye on fluids, and breaking out the tire shine are all at the […]

Published on Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at 9:00 by
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10 Longest Point Scoring Streaks in Formula One


2013 British Grand Prix marked the fall of a 10 year old record previously held by Michael Schumacher, the driver who achieved most consecutive races finished in the points. The legendary German driver had 25 and the one who broke his record is not, as you were probably expecting, Sebastian Vettel, the other German that […]

Published on Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 9:32 by
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Four New Cars to Look Out for in 2017


The last year has been a good one for the motor industry, and if what we’ve seen of upcoming offerings is anything to go by 2017’s going to be another one, so we’ve put together a list of some of the cars petrol heads should be excited to see in the coming year.

Published on Monday, January 23, 2017 at 10:08 by
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UK Taxi Services: What are the Best and Worst Locations?


There’s many reasons why we choose to use taxi services; whether it’s to transport those with disabilities or those who can’t drive, to get us home from an evening out, or simply just to take us from A to B, there’s no getting away from the fact they can be very convenient.

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The History of a Legend: Porsche 911


The Porsche 911 is the German carmaker’s best known model and very few cars managed to draw as much attention as the legendary model from Porsche.

Published on Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 9:55 by
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Audi Quattro, a Legendary Name in the Car Industry


Audi’s Quattro is probably one of the car industry’s most famous four wheel drive system, but this name represents more than just an all-wheel drive system, because during its existence of more than 30 years, some great things were connected to this name. So let’s take a look back in history and see how this […]

Published on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 19:11 by
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How to Get Better MPG

Whether you drive an exotic sports car, rugged pickup truck or humble subcompact, chances are you’d be happy to pay less for gas. While oil prices are relatively low at the moment, they’re sure to go up again. To keep more of your hard-earned money in your pocket, you might try driving less or staying […]

Published on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 19:03 by
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Ten Car Features that will Soon Become Standard


We recently published an article about the 10 car features we probably won’t see any more on tomorrow’s cars. Features we’re so used to but we’ll soon see disappear because the automobile is constantly evolving and cars, as we know them, change all the time. So what about the future?

Published on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at 8:19 by
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The History of the Driver’s License

New York Sample License

The driver’s license or the driving license, that beautiful small piece of plastic or paper that gives us the right to drive any type of vehicle we want, whether it’s a motorcycle, an automobile or a truck and which we all dream when we’re kids. It’s the way we prove the police that we have […]

Published on Friday, January 13, 2017 at 9:35 by
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