With Car Technology Advancing All The Time What Can We Expect To See in The Future?
0 comments, 02/06/2017, by in Tips and Guides

Car Technology Advancing The cars of today are safer than ever before, but as technology advances these vehicles will only get better. Car technology is advancing at a phenomenal rate, meaning that we will have to adapt and change the way we drive. Autonomous driving technology is still in its infa... Read more...

Automobiles Lost to History

It’s been so long that the big three automakers (GM, Ford and Chrysler) with their familiar brands have ruled the roost that it’s easy to forget that a lot of companies were building cars in the 1900s. In fact, estimates are that during the first half of the century that over 500 car manufacture... Read more...

Short Lived Asian Automobiles
0 comments, 25/01/2017, by in Tips and Guides

The United States is a tough market to sell cars into. Problem is there are already a lot of fine cars and trucks sold here now. Not only that, they have complete dealer networks and infrastructure up and running. This hasn’t stopped a number of companies from trying, though. In this article, we w... Read more...

More Power for Little Money

There is a simple modification that you can perform on your car that will give you more horsepower. This modification installing a device called a Cold Air Intake. It’s a simple modification and experts say you can expect some 5-25 more horsepower with a properly installed kit. And this can cost y... Read more...

Inexpensive Muscle Cars

It’s a dream for car enthusiasts. Find a nice example of an old American muscle car and either drive it as is or lovely restore it to its former glory. Problem is that most of the old muscle cars are going for a lot of money. In fact, some are going for ridiculous money ($200,000 for a Dodge Charg... Read more...

Organic Tires
0 comments, 20/01/2017, by in Tips and Guides

In the early 1800s, making rubber from the tree sap of rubber trees was mostly just a curiosity. After much experimentation, though, in 1823 George Macintosh developed a way to impregnate the rubber into clothing material. Thus the first water proof clothing was developed. Not long afterwards, in 18... Read more...

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