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Guide to Jumping your Dead Car Battery
02 Feb 2018

Guide to Jumping your Dead Car Battery

Whether you accidentally left on your headlights or battery is just getting worn out, there may come a time when you need to jump start your car’s battery. If you’ve never done this before, it may seem like a daunting task, but we assure you it can be quick and easy! Read on for a step-by-step guide to jumping a dead car battery, and become...

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The History of Turn Signals
31 Jan 2018

The History of Turn Signals

The need to communicate the direction motorized vehicles are turning became an issue as soon as they started to appear on early roads. Even though the speed of horses, bicycles and motorized vehicles was rather slow back then, it was still imperative to know where everyone was going to avoid accidents. At first, the solution was to default to the old standard: pointing with your...

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How Dangerous are Your Old Tires?
31 Jan 2018

How Dangerous are Your Old Tires?

An investigation into the accident that killed the actor Paul Walker revealed that the Porsche Carrera he was riding in had almost ten-year-old tires on it. The California Highway Patrol Investigative Group that researched the accident concluded that the tires’ age might have compromised the Porsche’s handling characteristics and this may have played a factor in the accident. Old Tires can deteriorate For years, people...

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Does Gasoline Degrade Over Time?
30 Jan 2018

Does Gasoline Degrade Over Time?

Does gasoline really go “bad” if you leave it unused for a long period of time? Some people say yes, others say no. In this article, we’ll get the advice from some experts in the field and we’ll look at some of the things you can do to make sure that older gas doesn’t damage any of the equipment you have it stored in. Gasoline...

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What The Heck Are Continuously Variable Transmissions?
30 Jan 2018

What The Heck Are Continuously Variable Transmissions?

The transmission in your car is the thing used to change gears, but we bet you knew that. Since the 1940s, there have really been just two types of transmissions: standards and automatics. With a standard transmission, you shift the gears yourself and with an automatic, the transmission does it for you. But we bet you knew that too. Today, however, it’s not quite so...

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Why Sun Shades Are Essential To Preventing Interior Car Damage
14 Dec 2017

Why Sun Shades Are Essential To Preventing Interior Car Damage

Just like harsh sunlight doesn’t do your exposed skin any favors, the same is true of your car’s exposed interior. And just as sunscreen protects your skin and keeps it looking youthful, custom sunshades for cars protect your car interior and keeps it looking brand new year after year of diligent use. Car Interior Protection Keep Cracks at Bay Over time, repeated exposure to UV rays...

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About Mary Anderson, the Windshield Wiper Inventor
11 Aug 2017

About Mary Anderson, the Windshield Wiper Inventor

The first windshield wiper was invented by a real estate developer named Mary Anderson. On a wet, freezing day in the early 1900s, Anderson was riding on a streetcar in New York when she saw how the driver could barely see the street through his front windshield. Windshield Wiper Inventor Drivers’ visibility was that poor because motor vehicle technology at that time was limited to...

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