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Vehicle Manufacturers Have To Make Auto Warranty Adjustments

February 2nd, 2008 by Hal Moses

There’s no arguing that 2008 is a very important year for the automotive industry.  Consistent recalls, the fuel crisis, and many public-relations situations have automobile manufactures struggling to keep their customers loyal.  It will be interesting to watch during the year to see what makes and models can avoid a continuous downward slide of sales.
The […]


Do You Want Unlimited Auto Warranty Repair Locations?

January 22nd, 2008 by Hal Moses

Does your auto warranty restrict where you can go for your repairs?
Auto warranties come in many different shapes and sizes.  Some limit the locations where you can bring the vehicle for repairs under their coverage.  It’s safe to say that some consumers do not have a specific repair shop over a long period of time […]


Unmitigated auto warranty tips

April 24th, 2007 by Darren Dunner

For any car owner, an Auto warranty is indispensable. An auto warranty brings a great sense of relief for the owner in terms of money as well as worries. A lot of money is saved when your car is covered by an auto warranty and a good amount of worries are taken care of by […]


Auto Warranty News | Pontiac G8 to be Introduced at Chicago Auto Show Next Week

January 30th, 2007 by admin

Specualation confirmed by recent official announcement.
The Pontiac G8, poised to replace the Grand Prix, will be introduced at the Chicago Auto Show next week according to an article at cars.com.
The announcement was prompted by an ABC News special that aired last night in which GM’s Rick Wagoner showed off the front end of the […]


Auto Warranty News | General Motors Introducing Maintenance Remote

January 30th, 2007 by admin

Device will initiate multiple tasks from a distance.
GM is soon to debut a high-tech version of the key fobs currently available that performs eeveral routine maintenance functions, including checking tire pressure. Tire pressure checks are frequently neglected by about half of the US car-owning population, according to the article. Improper pressure is a contributing cause […]


Auto Warranty News | $17 Million For Greater Auto Efficiency from DOE

January 25th, 2007 by admin

Department of Energy seeking to reduce foreign dependence on oil.
The Department of Energy is dedicating funds to increase fuel efficiency, $14 million towards support of plug-in hybrid electric automobile technology, and another $3 million towards improving engine efficiency.
DOE’s FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program will lead the efforts to bring new, more efficient technologies to market with […]


Auto Warranty News | Audi TT Gets What Car? Award

January 24th, 2007 by admin

Best Coupé in its class for Audi TT 2.0 TFSI
Citing its agility, style and “real driving talent” the What Car? judges extended honors to the Audi TT for Best Coupe in class, which will be detailed in the March 2007 edition.
The subtly updated skin of the new Audi TT conceals a highly advanced superstructure […]


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 […]


Auto Warranty News | BMW Motorrad Unofficially Best Selling Motorbike

January 22nd, 2007 by admin

Sales surge late in the year may have put the Motorrad over the edge.
BMW may have claimed honors for best selling motorcycle of 2006, but so far the numbers are unofficial. The current unofficial benchmark is that it has surprassed last year’s sales record of its nearest competitor by a comfortable margin.
Combined UK sales […]


Auto Warranty News | Utah Considers Speed Limit Increase

January 21st, 2007 by admin

New law would allow speed limit increase
Utah may join Texas in the recent raising of the speed limit to 80 miles per hour. Last May, Texas raised speed limits on its rural roads to 80 MPH, which a study found to be the rate at which travelers were going anyway. It became the highest posted […]


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