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If you’re in the market to buy a used car, there are a few things to keep in mind that may make the whole process less of a hassle. Buying used definitely had its benefits, including saving money on insurance and the possibility of finding a great bargain First, since used car seekers can’t be picky it’s a good idea to have a few cars in mind with similar features that you would be okay with owning. Second, after narrowing down the kind of car you want, do some research. Find out if there are any known issues with that make and model and if specific parts are known to break...Read More
Winter is finally here, and it’s important to think about how to protect your car from the harsher weather. The act of getting your car ready for the colder months (also referred to as “winterizing”) is essential to keeping your car safe. There are four steps to winterizing your car. First, is checking your battery. The most reported issue with cars breaking down is dead batteries. Having your battery checked occasionally can save you a lot of money and headaches in the future. Second, is checking your tire pressure. When temperatures drop, things constrict including the ai...Read More
It’s no secret, men and women come from 2 different worlds. Even when it comes to vehicles, each gender has a specific preference of what car they would consider buying—everything down to the color. Basically, men like big, fast cars from the USA while women prefer safe and sporty vehicles from across the sea—which really, anyone could have guessed. But why the difference? Men buy more status symbol vehicles while women don’t want a vehicle that will dominate their lives. As it has been surveyed that men are the primary consumers for high end vehicles as well as trucks (despite the brand), you can note that males that do buy those vehicles have a strong connection to it. They don’t just drive it, they take c...Read More
Iconic vehicles from fan favorite films and tv are often met with nostalgia; simply mentioning vehicles like the DeLorean (Back to the Future), Batmobile (Batman circa 1955), and Dodge Charger (Dukes of Hazzard) are often met with cult status enthusiasm. Those vehicles were not only part of the movie or show, but became characters themselves—most clearly evidenced by the talking future car of the 80’s, Knight Rider’s KITT, a Pontiac Trans Am. ...Read More
Man’s best friend is now being trained as possibly man’s best driver. As a potential (and somewhat surreal) incentive for adoption, the Auckland Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) has been training rescue dogs how to drive a car. While it may seem a bit peculiar, the canine family has always been recruited in other human assist activities—leading the blind, working with law enforcement—and as it turns out, dogs are just as capable of driving a vehicle. The Auckland SPCA had trained a group of cross-breed rescue d...Read More
It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost 30 years since it was mandatory for car passengers to wear a seatbelt. It’s even harder to believe that such a task—one that is undoubtedly simple and effective—needed to be enforced as a law. Today, there are several laws which have actually kept up with the times, e.g. the use of texting on a phone while driving leading to fines. However, there is a grey area—things that an average driver could do while driving that can be potentially dangerous but isn’t illegal. Here are three things that drivers may no longer be able to do in the near future: ...Read More
WESTON, FL – December 10, 2012 – Auto Parts Network (APN), the leading online retail store for automotive parts and aftermarket products, has announced that AutoPartsNetwork.com has extended their shipping capabilities for international orders. AutoPartsNetwork.com customers can now add international shipping options to their checkout—providing shoppers with real-time international shipping costs, language translation, and an expected delivery date....Read More
You probably wouldn’t let a novice driver—perhaps your freshly licensed teenager—take out the Mercedes or BMW for the night out with some friends. Unless your kid showed some serious car driving prodigy potential, there are plenty of other vehicle options for first-time drivers. What makes a good first car? Teenagers will focus on the look of the car (obviously) with an emphasis of style, color and cool factor—throw in a decent sound system with some electronics to dock their smart phone and their set. Parents however, look past the look of the car (obviously) and focus on miles per gallon, safety, and price. Here are some cars that both parties can agree on. ...Read More
Perhaps to prepare consumers for what seems to be the inevitable inclusion of self driving technologies in vehicles—features like automatic start and stop, active parking assist, and blind spot monitoring —Auto Alliance has recently announced the debut of a “Driver Assists” channel on YouTube. As the LA Auto Show is currently showing off these new technologies, Auto Alliance created the channel with intentions to familiarize consumers with how it works. Wi...Read More