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Fred’s Ford Warranty Options

January 7th, 2008 by Hal Moses

Sometimes I think there is no such thing as a good new car warranty. 
 I had a new Ford Thunderbird and just prior to the manufacturer’s warranty expiration it was missing on one cylinder, apparently because the ignition coils failed. After some arguing, Ford issued a warranty extension for just this issue.  Shortly thereafter, while […]


Auto Warranty News : Mitsubishi Launches Flexible Fuel Vehicle into Automotive Markets

January 22nd, 2007 by admin

Automobile Innovation Joined by Mitsubishi FFV
Look for Mitsubishi to provide another entry into the automobile industry trend toward fuel efficiency in Brazil in 2007 and the United States by 2009. The Mitsubishi Motors Corporation’s Flexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV) is capable of being powered by gasoline, ethanol, or a mix of both, reducing hazardous emissions while […]


Los Angeles Area Gas Price Dropping Rapidly

October 14th, 2006 by admin

The drop in self-serve gas prices in LA county and surrounding areas sets records
Though the price of crude oil remains steady, the average self-serve price of gas at the pump in LA and Orange County has dropped dramatically since this past August. From an article in the Daily Breeze:
The average price of a gallon […]


The Potential Joining of GM and Ford Auto Makers

September 29th, 2006 by admin

When Two Giant Automobile Manufacturers Become One
What would the world do if GM and Ford became a single company? Probably treat it like any other American automobile manufacturing company. So what is so exciting about the potential alliance of two of the major automotive players? Quite a bit, if you’re at all involved with auto […]


GM Offers 2007 Trucks at 2006 Pricing

September 28th, 2006 by admin

Translation: A Full-Sized Vehicle Purchase Deal
If there’s one way to battle difficult times for your automotive company, it’s to strike a sweet-sounding deal with your patrons. GM is doing just that as it announces that its 2007 line of full-sized pick-up trucks will go for no more than the 2006 line. Without getting nit-picky about […]


Global Competition Increases in the Auto World

September 27th, 2006 by admin

US Auto Makers Encouraged To Approach like Asian Competitors
The global competition fury between the United States’ automobile manufacturers and Asian-based industries rages enough without the recent concern over fuel efficiency and gas prices. Now statistics are showing that a race between automakers at home and abroad is being overtaken by economic common sense, replacing former […]


Automakers Sued Over Environmental Concerns

September 26th, 2006 by admin

California Blames The Automotive Industry
Concerned about pollution? Global decay? Environmental health? California is. But instead of taking the pick up litter, recycle, and enforce carpooling approach, the state of California turns to an unlikely industrial group claiming their major contribution to environmental decline. California is suing several auto manufacturers in an effort to increase the […]


�07 Looms Over Troubled Auto World

September 25th, 2006 by admin

Automobile Manufacturers Take Their Chances
No one can argue that 2007 is a crucial year for the automotive world. Recent recalls, fuel crises, and desperate public relations incidences coming from some of the top vehicle makers has left the manufacturers struggling to make up for lost public loyalty. It’s going to be a year to watch […]


California Driving Law Succeeds for Safer Highways

September 15th, 2006 by admin

Positive Changes From Teen Driving Crack-Down
For everyone with the exception of teenagers on the brink of their license or enduring patient waiting for driving privileges, California’s teen driving laws are a source of great relief and increased highway security. California’s mandates that teens must have at least 50 hours of supervised driving, be 15 ½, […]


New Environmentally-Friendly BMW Hits Rental Locations

September 14th, 2006 by admin

BMW Does Hydrogen
Germany’s BMW has decided it really will produce a hydrogen-fueled model, but not without a trial run. They’re calling it the Hydrogen 7 and it will soon be available to rent in the U.S., Europe, and Japan in 2007. Breaking away from emissions-reduced fueling, the Hydrogen 7 has an emissions-free component, allowing drivers […]


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