Automotive Articles
  • A Popular Quick Fix For Dented Cars: Paintless Dent Repair
  • by Steven Magill
  • Auto repair companies have experimented with different kinds of dent repair methods. While some worked, others failed. Most companies agree that PDR or Paintless Dent Repair works wonders especially for small dents.
  • How To Shop For Auto Warranties
  • by Tom Andrews
  • This article discusses the importance of the Definitions Section of the auto warranty contract and specifically the terms defining what repairs are covered. Salesman will try to avoid your questions if the coverage they're offering is poor, but with an understanding of these terms, you'll be able to handle even the slickest salesman.
  • How to Avoid Depreciation in Your Car
  • by Kari Hoopes
  • Nearly all cars depreciate in value over time. The effective depreciation, your sell price minus purchase price divided by time, can be minimized by knowing the right price at which to buy your car, and knowing the right time to sell.
  • 5 Major Ways to Save Money on Gas
  • by Donovan Baldwin
  • Gas prices never seem to go down, do they? It just keeps getting more expensive to buy gas. Here are 5 major steps you can take to save money on gas.
  • How much does your car really cost?
  • by Kari Hoopes
  • Owning a car can be very expensive. Besides the cost of your loan are gasoline, insurance, taxes, maintenance, etc. These additional costs compose nearly 50% of the monthly cost of a car. You can limit your expenses by knowing exactly what you need, how long you plan to keep it, and what the intrinsic value is.
  • Riding Without a Motorcycle Helmet Is Not Clever!
  • by Michael Saville
  • Riding around without a motorcycle helmet to protect your head is just about the daftest thing you can do on a motorcycle. There is simply nothing more dangerous and detrimental to your mental and physical health than riding your motorcycle without a proper motorcycle helmet.
  • Optimizing Fleet Operations Through GPS Tracking
  • by Alvin Toh
  • GPS fleet tracking systems are used in public transportation, most notably school buses in Kansas City and New York City. These systems allow school districts to know exactly where each bus is, which improves the safety of their passengers, and, on flex routes, give the drivers some leeway in adjusting their course to avoid traffic congestion.
  • by Dave Mallegg
  • Are these car auction websites that are popping up all over the internet for real or just a big scam? Find out the truth.
  • Vehicle Tracking Device: What You Need To Know Before Buying One
  • by Alvin Toh
  • Vehicle tracking devices utilize GPS, global positioning system, to electronically track the location of a vehicle. They are often used by companies to keep track of business mileage and job performance. As an anti-theft device, vehicle trackers are used to enable police to locate a stolen vehicle quickly and easily. Many auto insurance companies...
  • Vehicle Tracker: Never Losing Track Again
  • by Alvin Toh
  • GPS vehicle tracking system, also known as vehicle tracker, is a device that uses satellite signals to track vehicles. The device is placed inside of the vehicle, allowing either real-time or passive monitoring of its location.
  • Billet Motorcycle Wheels
  • by Tyler Powers
  • Basics of billet motorcycle wheels and what to look for as you shop for custom wheels.
  • Instant Free Auto Insurance Quotes
  • by Thomas Martin
  • Shopping for car insurance can be a big undertaking. It can be daunting at times but is very important. There are now many ways to get yourself insured and the coverage you need. Smart customers know it pays to do a little research before buying car insurance. Just based on the price of the insurance rates today, why not take the time to check the rates with several companies.
  • How To Buy Cheap Cars
  • by Thomas Martin
  • There are a number of seized car auctions held in various places every month or at least quarterly. Usually, these special auctions are sponsored or put by the federal, state or local governments, and in some cases by law enforcement agencies.
  • Electric Cooling Fan switches
  • by Darren Dunner
  • The electric cooling fans cannot work alone in any case and they need the aid of supporting parts. The engine of the vehicle controls and other parts work as a thermostatic switch which is basically an electric cooling fan switch.
  • Is a Hard Tail Frame Right for Your Motorcycle?
  • by Tyler Powers
  • Selection of a frame for your motorcycle or custom chopper is crucial to how you want your ride to perform. This article discusses the hard tail frame to help you in your decision-making.
  • How To Negotiate When Buying A Car
  • by Mary Greenwood
  • recently purchased a new vehicle when visiting my son and was able to use some of my negotiating techniques: 1.Be Prepared and Do Your Research Being prepared is of the utmost importance. Before even going to the showroom, one should first look at the ads in the newspaper and look at car sales at Edmunds.com or a similar website. That will give you an idea what is available and the going prices.
  • Motorcycle Riding Tips
  • by Tyler Powers
  • Tips on how to ride a motorcycle to reduce your chances of accidents.
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