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Archive for May 2nd, 2009

EPA Estimates An Increase In Fuel Efficiency Of Light Cars And Trucks

The EPA is the arm of the government that is responsible for testing fuel economy, and its results are now posted on the stickers on new vehicles.  This is a different rating than the government’s CAFÉ numbers, which you might have heard about in Washington.
The real numbers by the EPA are predicted to go up […]

Kia Rondo Recall

A recall has been issued by Kia of 6,680 of the Rondo EX and LX minivans from the model years 2008 and 2009.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there may be a defective fuel pump for the four-cylinder 2.4-liter engine, which may not be able to get enough fuel effectively to the […]

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Tips To Keep Your Car’s Interior Clean

You might find that your car has become a mess from kids, pets, friends, etc.  But how are you supposed to keep it clean with kids spitting up and people having four-course meals in your backseat?  Let’s face it; it can be hard.  However, here are some tips to help you get started.
You might want […]

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Jump Starting Your Car Is Easy

In case your car is dead it is always a good idea to know how to jump-start your car.  In addition, make sure you have an auto warranty to cover your car in case of an emergency.
Jump-starting a car is a pretty easy task, which only calls for a few tools.  The most important thing […]

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Is It A Good Idea To Trade In Your Car?

Many people believe it is easiest to trade in your current car when buying a new one.  However, is trading the right choice for you?  There are some advantages and disadvantages to trading.
The big advantage to trading over selling is that you have very little hassle.  You don’t have to haggle with buyers and you […]

Why Is The Oil Industry Concerned With Demand Destruction?

In the oil industry there is an economic term that is quite sinister-sounding being thrown around: “Demand destruction.”
Demand destruction is when the price of a product is looked at comprehensively as too high, therefore causing demand to tank.
So, why would the oil industry be concerned about this?  Well, the fact is that since the summer […]



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