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Parking at the mall during the holiday season can really smack the joy out of anyone—turning loving mothers into lioness’ hunting for the perfect spot. And honestly, that may be the mentality you need when looking for a parking spot. Here are some tips on how to deal with parking during the holiday rush. Start with a plan—figure out which mall you’re going to, which stores you’ll stop by, and most importantly what time you’ll go. Common sense tells you to go early and avoid the crowds but if you’re not a morning person, this option is already out the door. Consider the middle of day when early shoppers are on the outs and the evening crowd hasn't arrived yet. When...Read More
The latest 2013 model year vehicles have already started to roll out and what’s the best thing about buying the newest cars on the lot? Getting the latest gadgets and features that come with it. Some of these newer vehicles are equipped with useful safety features, others loaded with cool tech, and several with convenient features that make you wonder why they weren’t already on vehicles 10 years ago. Automakers are always striving to make the driving experience a safer one, the passenger-side blind-spot camera is just the next step to achieve that goal. A small camer...Read More
For every generation, there seems to be an iconic car that epitomizes that specific era. But for some reason, even though a variety of vehicles have reached cult status, they’re no longer in production and now probably re-branded as a classic. There’s nothing wrong with that—car brands, makes, and models come and go—but here’s a couple vehicles that unfortunately ran out of gas in the long run. Literally guzzling through gas was GM’s Hummer. Making h...Read More
For possibly thousands of drivers on the roads, counterfeit airbags have the issue of blowing up rather than inflating as they should in case of accidents. These counterfeit airbags are suspected to be brought in from China, and sold to unsuspecting motorists needing replacements, or purchasing vehicles that are around three years old that have had the airbags changed. In a testing carried out in the US, out of 11 of these counterfeit airbags tested, 10 failed to inflate on impact, putting drivers at extremely high risk. One of the airbags burst into flames and shot shards of metal shrapnel at a crash test dummy. Other than the obvious safety concerns, the larger issue ...Read More
Rather than focusing on technology to create vehicles for a safer and more efficient drive, Dutch design lab Studio Roosegaarde are instead focusing their attention on the road. As early as mid-2013, some of the earliest concepts for the “Route 66 of the future” will be implemented on a stretch of road in Holland—with blacktops across the rest of Europe following if things go well. So what are these ground breaking ideas? Dynamic Paint: Depending on the situation, paint will become visible to drivers. For example, when it gets icy out, whi...Read More
The entertainment industry isn’t the only one utilizing childhood nostalgia to turn a profit—Chevrolet, perhaps the epitome of American muscle vehicles, is already in the works to produce the first full-size Hot Wheels car for sale. Although there have been over 800 models and 11,000 variations of Hot Wheels cars that have been created since the sixties, the Chevrolet Camaro will be the first vehicle to drive on (and off) dealership in early 2013. ...Read More
Summary: Corporate associates from Auto Parts Network (APN) attended this year’s annual SEMA Show, the premier exhibition of the latest and most exciting vehicles, products, and accessories. WESTON, FL – November 12, 2012 – Auto Parts Network (APN), the online auto parts superstore, attended the 2012 SEMA Show held annually at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada; Oct 30 - Nov 2, 2012. The SEMA Show is a trade-only event and is not open to the general public. APN corporate officers were at hand to explore new possibilities for product offerings, participate in educational seminars, and attended special events and network with vendor relationships. ...Read More
Good things come in small packages—in this case, small cars are a better vehicle for crazy colors. It’s the idea that less is really more; loud, odd-ball colors outfit cars at a level that larger vehicles (or even average sized vehicles) would just look gaudy in. There’s a reason why white, black, and silver are the top color options for automakers—they work on pretty much any vehicle. Bright colors just look better in small doses an...Read More
Don't miss this week’s topics! Have a go at the following articles ● Barbara Terry shows in a video step-by-step instructions on how to change the oil in your car. This is essential to keep your engine healthy and make your car stay on the road for many years...Read More
Is there such a vehicle that’s gender specific? While some vehicles are notorious for pushing masculinity and power, Honda is embracing the more feminine side of the market—offering its popular Fit subcompact with specific designs for the ladies—branding the car as “She’s”. ...Read More
Though some consider social media to be nothing more than trivial status updates or exhaustive photo sharing, others find it to be a resourceful tool for daily tasks. A great way to utilize social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and other mobile apps is for road trips. Take Foursquare for example, a GPS-based app on smart phones which allows users to “check-in” at a destination. This check-in feature can ultimately lead to finding great travel discounts—hotels, restaurants, and retailers sometimes offer loyalty deals for travelers often checking in at their business. The app also offers lots of tips and lists of what’s nearby. People love sharing, that’s what social ...Read More