November 15th, 2011 by Hal Moses
When thinking about buying a new car, it is important to take crash test ratings, rollover resistance, and electronic stability control into consideration. When assessing a vehicle for safety, remember to take the following things into consideration:
1. Pay attention to the scores vehicles get in frontal crash tests and side impact tests. Looking into the […]
November 14th, 2011 by Hal Moses
Usually, you will get a better value when buying a used car. This is especially accurate for late models. You will get a lower price than a used car and lower expenses for ownership such as collision insurance and taxes. Also, used cars have already had its largest amount of depreciation. In addition, you can […]
November 13th, 2011 by Hal Moses
The reason cars need a fuel pump is because the gas tank is located on the opposite side of the car from the engine. The fuel pump is there in order to bring fuel to the engine.
Fuel pumps are either electrical or mechanical. Cars with electronic fuel injection systems use electrical fuel pumps and carbureted […]
November 12th, 2011 by Hal Moses
You may see realize that your car is becoming messy due to friends, pets, kids, etc. It may be difficult to keep your car’s interior clean with people eating in your car and kids spitting up in your seat, but there are things you can do to help you keep the inside of your car […]
November 11th, 2011 by Hal Moses
Many motorists turn to minivans because they offer many options for carrying passengers and cargo. Also, many minivans now offer DVD systems and dual zone climate control. These features appeal to many buyers, especially those with families.
Minivans have a lot of interior space that allows for a good amount of headroom and legroom. Some models […]