Archive for March, 2014
If you are in the market for a new or used car, you have a lot to consider. One of those things is the length of time you will own a car. Whether you car is new or used, you can rack up a lot of miles while commuting, driving to events, or taking road trips for your vacations and business travels. You want to choose from the best new cars and used car dealers available, and you need a reliable vehicle. If this is you, consider purchasing a new or used Subaru, especially one that comes with a vehicle maintenance plan to cover you throughout those many miles.
Subaru is a trusted brand that’s been around for many decades, and its parent company goes back almost 100 years. Fuji Heavy Industri
Although we dread it happening to us, many of us will encounter it: a breakdown or accident in our cars. Having to visit a car repair shop can be a disappointing experience when all we want to do is get back on the road. Fortunately, the United States has many auto mechanics who will help you get behind the wheel again as soon as possible–an estimated 701,100 mechanics, in fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics! This industry is projected to grow an estimated 9% between 2012 and 2022, so you have plenty of mechanics to choose from.
If you are one of the millions of Americans who drives a foreign car, however, you may require a service that specializes in foreign car repair. If you drive an A
Chartering a bus for a fun day out has a long tradition in this country. Horse drawn buses were in use as early as the 1820s. As the horse has been replaced by the automobile the chartered bus industry has evolved.
A charter bus is not just about a fun night on the town. A variety of groups and organizations can easily use to get to your events. Charter buses provide the peace of mind of not having to worry about the weather finding a perfect parking spot.
Charter buses usually include a number of amenities designed to keep people comfortable. The amenities can include air conditioning entertainment systems restrooms and reclining seating. Charter buses are perfect for companies who are traveling to a conference as they come equi
It’s no secret that America has a love affair with automobiles. United States consumers buy about 16 million new and used cars each year. When you are shopping for a car to replace your old one, or even getting one for the first time, it can be a difficult and intimidating decision, whether you are buying a new car or a used car. Navigating the murky waters of dealerships can be difficult, but finding the best used cars or new car sales doesn’t have to be that way. Here are 3 tips for buying your next car.
1. Look for sales and promotions. Most dealerships will offer incentives a few times each year to buy a car from them. These can include increased trade in
Did you know that there are 10 times more used vehicles with automatic transmissions than vehicles with manual transmissions? In addition, for every one human in the United States, there is also one car. Cars have become one of the most essential parts of modern culture, so it is important to find the best new and used cars available. But how is this possible? There are two ways to find a good car, and both approaches will help lead you to the vehicle of your dreams.
1. Price. In order to locate the right car for you, it is important to search for vehicles that are in your price range. Although many budgets tend to avoid new cars because of their high prices, it is actually possible to find Continue Reading No Comments
There are few material things that can bring as much excitement into the average person’s life owning a brand new car. Actually, aside from purchasing a new home, there is probably nothing more exhilarating than driving off the dealership lot in a car with fewer than 50 miles on the odometer.
Like buying a new home, however, the process of negotiating the price and payment of a new vehicle is anything but enjoyable. And it is oftentimes the monthly payment that car buyer’s get that determines if they will drive away with the vehicle they want. Considering the fact that the average cost of a new care in the United States surpassed $31,000 in the spring of 2013, this is understandable.
That being said, when the average American decides it’s time to go car shopping, most would like to balance the
Motorcycle riding safety tips are the most important part of enjoying this highly beloved and rewarding hobby. While the freedom of cruising down the road on a lazy summer day on their custom made motorcycles might be the greatest joy for every motorcyclist, the bottom line is the only good ride is a safe ride.
Of course, this does not mean that many riders get away with some pretty foolish riding behaviors from time to time. However, studies show that the overwhelming majority of at-fault accidents involving motorcycles are caused by drivers of automobiles. That being said, motorcyclists can minimize the risk of getting into accidents by not only being mindful of, but following basic motorcycle riding safety tips at all times.
If you ride a motorcycle, or know someone who does, you recognize the fact
Potholes. Cracked rims. Nails, screws and broken glass. Excessive sunlight.
There are myriad ways your car can get a flat tire, and most of the time, you won’t even know what’s going on until you hear that dreaded flapping sound. Once that happens, you’ll either have to wait out the arrival of a tow truck or pull off along the shoulder and change it yourself — neither are particularly appealing options. But apart from the inconvenience of enduring a flat tire, there’s also the danger it poses to you as the driver. Your risk of getting into a bad accident significantly increases if you suddenly pop a tire out on the road.
That’s why it’s important to understand that there are plenty of steps you can take to ensure your tires stay healthy long after they’re put on your car. Finding the right
We all want motorcycles that run well and get us from A to B without any trouble. I say “we,” by the way, because there’s been a huge increase in motorcycle purchases in America over the last 10 years. That all adds up to somewhere around 6 million motorcyclists in the country today — and they want to be out on the highway, not on the side of the road catering to a flat tire or some other kind of damage.
The quickest way to wreck your bike, though, is to assume it’s going to run well forever. Because a motorcycle is a moving machine with various parts that all need to work in sync with each other, one slip could derail the entire operation. Nowhere is this more apparent than on the tires, which should be monitored very regularly. If you’ve never bothered to look much into your tire situation (whether for bi
Late last year, Nissan unveiled plans to beef up the battery plans for its popular LEAF model, a completely electric automobile. As an all-electric car, the LEAF suffers from what car info hub The Newswheel calls a “driving range dilemma” — and no, there’s nothing wrong with its golf swing. The LEAF currently can only travel a maximum of 75 miles, according to EPA estimates. This is a problem for folks looking to operate more environmentally friendly rides for longer distances.
The solution? As Nissan’s planning and sales strategist Pierre Loing told PluginCars.com, “The packaging easiness [of the battery] makes it easier to put more batteries in the car, and you will see this.” In other words, keep an eye out for electric cars that don’t just run off of one power source, but multiple batteries. Current