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Ouch! The Top 7 Most Expensive Replacement Car Parts!

Ouch! The Top 7 Most Expensive Replacement Car Parts!

Every day, thousands of Americans take their vehicle in for service. In most cases, the service required is unexpected and the large bill is unplanned for.

by Eric Hamilton

United Car Care Shares Care Tips for Automotive Belts and Hoses

United Car Care Shares Care Tips for Automotive Belts and Hoses

When it comes to taking care of your car, the chances are that the car belts and hoses probably aren’t your highest priority. However, they should be. According to the Car Care Council, nearly 30% of the vehicles they have inspected have belts and/or hoses that need replacing. According to the Car Care Council, nearly 30% of the vehicles they have inspected have belts and/or hose that need replacing. Yet in most cases, the vehicle owners were totally unaware of the condition of these parts. In this article United Car Care shares tips for automotive belts and hoses.

by Staff Reporter

Know These Best 5 Security System For Car

Know These Best 5 Security System For Car

Your car would always need the best of all security systems as it is an expensive commodity. The car is the best friend of a man whenever he travels. But, cars are very prone to theft. To ensure the lack of thefts, there are some methods such as car registration and proper naming of the number of plates. The feature such as free license plate search is the best and the easiest method to protect your car.

by Ernest Hamilton

Rory Angold, United Car Care Executive Vice President, Discusses Should You Lease or Buy Your Next Car?

Rory Angold, United Car Care Executive Vice President, Discusses Should You Lease or Buy Your Next Car?

When it's time for a new car, one of the most important considerations is whether to buy or lease. Both options have benefits and drawbacks. In this article, automotive industry expert Rory Angold explores the pros and cons of buying and leasing.

by Staff Reporter

Finding a Full Service Auto Care Shop You Can Trust

Finding a Full Service Auto Care Shop You Can Trust

The title of this article, finding a full service auto care shop you can trust, should make you take some time to stop and think. There are some very distinct words in this title. Consider the meaning of the word:

by Eric Hamilton

Tesla Model 3 Owner Spots Tesla Model Y in Real Life Traffic

Tesla Model 3 Owner Spots Tesla Model Y in Real Life Traffic

A Tesla Model 3 car owner has spotted the yet unreleased Model Y during his commute. Are we closer to the car's release?

by Nhx T.

2020 Bentley Flying Spur is Coming Soon and Reviews are Coming Out

2020 Bentley Flying Spur is Coming Soon and Reviews are Coming Out

For those who are waiting for the 2020 Bentley Flying Spur, production is kicking off and reviews are coming out.

by Nhx T.

What You Should Do After a Car Accident

What You Should Do After a Car Accident

Current statistics tell us that car accidents are becoming more common as our population explodes and the roadways become increasingly crowded. This is especially the case in major cities like Los Angeles, CA.

by Eric Hamilton

James Dyson

Dyson Shuts Down Plans to Build and Sell Electric Cars to Focus on Next Gen Batteries

James Dyson, the founder of Dyson Ltd, scrapped his dream of building an electric car after not being able to find a buyer for it.

by Lola Louson

Man Riding Motorcycle

Illegal Urban Off-road Vehicles as Risky as Motorcycles in Cities

Not wearing helmets contributes to traumatic injuries in off-road vehicle crashes in urban areas, but motorcycle use is still deadlier, according to a Rutgers researcher

by Staff Reporter

Driving Vehicle

Waymo Expands Its Services; Announces the Launch of Fully Automated Self-Driving Cars Soon

The former Google self-driving project Waymo, now a commercially deployed company, is preparing to launch completely driverless cars in the coming months. In fact, the company has already announced it to customers of the app in Phoenix.

by Lola Louson

Electric Batteries Set to Become the Next Gold Mine for Car Makers in a Race to Lead the Next Gen Battery Supremacy Battle with a Million-Mile Tech

Are Electric Batteries Dying as Car Makers Race to Lead the Next Gen Battery Supremacy Battle with their Newest Technology?

New technology may come and go, but the electric car battery is here to stay, or so it seems. With the growing number of believable hints of the production of a new solid-state electric car battery that promises a million miles, which many believed to be another wild-goose chase for Tesla, the death of this particular technology may still be a bit far-fetched.

by Margaux Torres

What Are the Most Dangerous Driving Habits?

What Are the Most Dangerous Driving Habits?

Whether you're the parent of a teen who's preparing to drive or you're worried about your own risky driving, there are plenty of things to create anxiety.

by Ernest Hamilton

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New Retroreflective Material Could be Used in Nighttime Color-Changing Road Signs

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- A thin film that reflects light in intriguing ways could be used to make road signs that shine brightly and change color at night, according to a study that will be published on Aug. 9 in Science Advances.

by Staff Reporter

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Which car crashes cause traumatic brain injury?

UA researchers are developing a tool to calculate the likelihood of traumatic brain injury after a vehicle collision

by Ernest Hamilton

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