Do You Want A Dual Sport Motorcycle Or A Street
I have ridden dirt bikes or dual sport motorcycles all my life. I really don't have an explanation why but every trip…
Choosing The Best Air Compressor for Automotive
When you set out to start researching what is the best air compressor for automotive repair, there are a few factors…
Are You Able To Enjoy The Thrill Of The Riding
If you are concerned with how your motorcycle helmet will perform when you need it most, at any given moment, then…
How Long Does A Motorcycle Last
Unless you have the disposable income to buy a new vehicle whenever you get tired of your old one, you are likely the…
Should I Start On A 250cc?
If you are someone who is thinking about getting into the world of motorcycle riding then you have probably asked yourself…
10 Tips on How to Drive Well
Learning how to drive is one thing but learning how to drive well is a whole different story. There are millions of…
Automotive Articles (1871)
Dirt Cheap Used Cars - Three Places You Haven't Thought Of
There is not one single best place to find dirt cheap used cars.  In fact, if you know the right information, there are actually several places that you can look to find used cars at huge discounts.  If you have not considered these resources, you should really check them out.…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Classic Cars   Mar 15, 2011  
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Run Your Car on Bio-diesel - Go Green Today
The ever climbing cost of fuel, coupled with concern for the environment, is making many of us to search for an alternative way to get around. Hybrid and electric cars are seen by most to be the way forward, but if you drive a diesel powered vehicle you can .run…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Hybrid Energy Efficient   Feb 20, 2011  
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How to Recondition Rechargeable Batteries - Bring Your Car Battery Back From The Dead
Last time your car battery died you probably just replaced it with a new one. I bet it was expensive and happened at the most inconvenient time. However did you know many car batteries can be saved, and if you learn how to recondition rechargeable batteries, not only can you…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Repairs   Feb 04, 2011  
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How To Buy A New Car Ex Salesman Reveals Secrets
Let me tell you a little something about myself. I believe myself to be a pretty honest guy and when I got into the Automotive Sales business five years ago I planned that to be my niche. Honesty! I was going to sell with honesty. I wanted my customers to…
By:  in  Automotive   Aug 19, 2011  
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Learn Driving From A Private Driving Instructor (pdi) Or A School Driving Instructor In Singapore?
This is a question that many learner drivers grapple with, as they wonder whether they should take a gamble by choosing the cheaper route or pay a premium to learn from the very systematic syllabus offered by one of the 3 established driving schools in Singapore - BBDC, CDC, SSDC.…
By:  in  Automotive   Oct 11, 2014  
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Austin Healey Restoration - Austin Healey Time-Line
Out of many famous classic care marques the Austin Healey has to be one with the most loyal following. Over the production run from 1953 to 1971 this striking classic sports car evolved through several distinctive models, and with versions in need of restoration available fairly inexpensively, it is an…
By:  in  Automotive   Feb 01, 2011  
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Drive An Electric Vehicle (EV) - 4 Reasons to Make the Switch
In this article I hope to show you why your next car should be powered by electric. Not hybrid, but pure electric. You are probably thinking no way right? Now however is a time when great strides are being made in battery technology, and also in the efficiency of electric…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Hybrid Energy Efficient   Feb 21, 2011  
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How to Obtain a Class 3 Driving License in Singapore
To begin with, you have to be of at least 18 years of age. And to define things clearly, a class 3 driving license allows you to drive motor cars below 3000KG with 7 or fewer passengers, excluding you. To get this license, you have to take your Traffic Police…
By:  in  Automotive   Oct 11, 2014  
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How to Choose a Good Private Driving Instructor (PDI) in Singapore
If you have decided to learn from a private driving instructor instead of a school driving instructor from BBDC, CDC or SSDC, good for you! You would have saved an estimated $800 to $1000 just from that decision alone! However, the catch is that you have to choose a good…
By:  in  Automotive   Oct 11, 2014  
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Run Your Car on Bio-diesel - 5 Reasons to Switch Today
With the cost of oil climbing ever higher and not likely to ever come down, you may be looking for a way to reduce your dependence on oil, and reduce our motoring costs. One of the options open to you is to run your car on bio-diesel, most modern vehicles…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Hybrid Energy Efficient   Feb 19, 2011  
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The Driverless Car - It Drives Itself!
Technology has taken us tremendously far over the years. However, this sounds like something right out of  a science fiction movie. Sebastian Thrun has worked remarkably hard to develop the first car that drives itself! That's right, the car drives without you pushing any pedals or turning the wheel. You…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Classic Cars   Oct 11, 2011  
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Run Your Car on Bio-diesel - The Good and Bad Points of Bio Fuel
IIf your mode of transport is a diesel oil burner, then your motoring is probably not as clean as you may want it to be. We all should do our bit to keep our planet clean, it is the only one we have after all. In an ideal world we…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Hybrid Energy Efficient   Feb 20, 2011  
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How to Save Money on Oil Changes
Save Money on Your Next Oil Change Even do-it-yourselfers can't beat these tips to save money and keep your mechanic honest. With a little preparation you can save hundreds of dollars on auto repairs by following some simple guidelines during your next trip to an auto repair shop. The mechanics…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Repairs   Mar 02, 2011  
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Foggy Headlight Restoration
Foggy or "cloudy" headlight lenses are not only ugly on you vehicle, but can cause a night driving safety hazard. your lights will not shine a brite and they can diminish you night viability. fortunately this issue can easily be fixed yourself with numerous products on the market today. saving…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Repairs   Jul 18, 2011  
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Car Problems Diagnosed-A Trip to the Friendly but Trusted Mechanic
Old Betsy is acting funny lately. She took forever to get started yesterday and now there is a strange jerking sensation as she noisily shifts from one gear to the next. Getting car problems diagnosed while they are still manageable and repairable is not only a good idea, it is…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Repairs   Feb 01, 2011  
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Why Buy A Waterproof Car Cover?
Why do people buy waterproof car covers? The answer may be obvious. To keep the rain off the car when not in use. The number one question, asked by consumers when buying a car cover is...'Is it waterproof?' In Arizona, which gets around 7 inches of rain per year, they…
By:  in  Automotive   Sep 21, 2011  
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Aftermarket Truck Parts
So you just got your new truck or maybe you have had your truck but wanted more of an agressive look to it. The best way to personalize your truck appearance is to invest in some aftermarket truck parts. You can purchase any thing from aftermarket headlights to aftermarket performance…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Trucks   Apr 04, 2011  
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Chipped Windshield Repair
A clean and clear windshield is very important to drive safely. Having a chipped windshield will not only look bad from the outside , but from the inside as well. It even worse if its in you line of site and the sun reflects off of the chipped windshield and…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Repairs   Jul 13, 2011  
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Car Solutions-Fix the Smoking, Clunking, Sputtering and Dying
Some car problems are obvious. You are out of gas: get more gas and you are back on the road. You have a flat tire, you fix the flat or replace the tire and zoom, down the road you go. Some car problems are not so obvious. You are driving…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Repairs   Jan 31, 2011  
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Car Problems-What Should You Know Before You Drive a Car?
A wise man once said that no one should ever get behind the wheel of a car if they didn’t have at least some vague idea of how to handle car emergencies as well as some very general car care tasks. For instance, this wise man thought that you should…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Repairs   Jan 31, 2011  
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Electric Vehicle (ev) - 5 Reasons to Switch to Electric
With fuel prices spiraling ever higher, and highly unlikely to ever come down you may be looking for alternative transport. An electric vehicle (EV) could be the answer. If you are still unsure, here are 5 reasons to switch to electric.
By:  in  Automotive  >  Hybrid Energy Efficient   Feb 14, 2011  
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Looking for An Auto Windshield Replacement
If you have ever had to call a repair shop and schedule an auto windshield replacement, you are not alone. A damaged windshield is a highly common occurrence, but some drivers have been fortunate enough to have never experienced this type of vehicle damage before. However, windshields may be subject…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Repairs   Mar 08, 2013  
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Everything You Need to Know About the Takata Airbag Recall
When considering new or used Mazda cars for sale, Perth drivers may be concerned about the recent news of the Takata airbag recall. The Takata recall has been labelled as the largest recall in automotive history, with over 53 million vehicles affected across over a dozen car manufacturers globally. With…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Classic Cars   Oct 13, 2015  
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3 Things Every New Independent Haulier Should Know
A leap into anything new can stir anxiety, excitement, and a touch of fear. Starting a transportation business has its own challenges, and working as an independent contractor brings another set of concerns. Amid all the uncertainties, it is natural to reach out for answers, or at least a guide…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Trucks   Jun 23, 2015  
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Turbochargers - Basic Information
The turbocharger is an essential part of the vehicle, as it is responsible for providing extra horsepower and for improving fuel consumption and emissions. Nonetheless, Turbochargers can get damaged and when this happens it is best to hire a reputed company. Vehicle owners who cannot afford to purchase a new…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Repairs   Apr 19, 2016  
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Enjoy Endless Happy With An Android Car Stereo In Your Chevrolet&gmc;
Chevrolet&GMC Car DVD player is always a hot one among all kinds of auto radio DVD with GPS navigation. But What I introduce today is extremely stand alone in the car upgraded market. It is the hot product: Android 4.2.2 Chevrolet&GMC Car DVD. Believe it or not, Android Car DVD…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Mobile Audio Video   Jan 17, 2015  
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Cool Motorcycle Helmets
If you ride motorcycles, know those who ride them, or even just have the slightest clue as to what a motorcycle is then you probably know that wearing a helmet is very important. While different locations have varying versions of helmet laws, the fact still remains that wearing a helmet…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Apr 22, 2012  
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Why One Should Go for Toyota Car?
Toyota cars are very much in demand today. The reason could be attributed to their amazing mileage, low maintenance cost, relatively cheaper price and availability of their spare parts easily. Ever since the inception of the company in 1969, it has incessantly strived to provide its consumers with what they…
By:  in  Automotive   Dec 28, 2013  
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The Importance Of Using GPS Tracking Devices In the Heavy Equipment Industry
Companies naturally spend millions for heavy equipment like dump trucks, graders, bulldozers, and even tower cranes and this big investment is naturally insured. However, while insurance may offer protection if equipment is stolen, damaged, or causes property damage, there are other things that insurance can’t protect such as fuel theft,…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Trucks   Nov 24, 2014  
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Mechanical Repairs Done By Mobile Auto Mechanics
On the off chance that you have ever pondered about what sorts of mechanical repairs should be possible by a versatile auto repairman; it's protected to say you're in for a pleasant amazement. The portable auto administration business which fits in with VACC utilizes ensured auto mechanics that can give…
By:  in  Automotive   Feb 10, 2016  
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