Monthly Archives: July 2012

Is There A Problem With Going Green?

In these days of high gas prices and concern for the state of the planet, many people are thinking of buying hybrid or all electric cars. Nissan brought out the Leaf to much hype but is it as good as it’s made to appear? Battery life is not the only problem it seems, here are a few links from around Continue Reading
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Engine Oil and Lube secrets that you need to know before getting your next Oil change

What Engine Oil? Engine Oil companies provide information as it relates to the “typical data inspection sheet”. This basic information is an average of the physical and common chemical properties that are contained in their prospective engine oil blend’s. In all actuality the most important ingredients or properties for the consumer is the zinc%, sulfated%, flash point, pour point and Continue Reading
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The Top 5 Indications You Should Pull Over Now

The top 5 indications you should pull over – now. #5 Lack of visibility If your windshield looks anything like your pair of sunglass lens from your high school re union ,it may be a good idea to immediately pull over and get that windshield squeaky clean ..or as close to clear as possible. We can easily forget that we Continue Reading
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What About Green Cars

What About Green Cars? Purchasing a green car means that people will have some extra concerns, but they will also have some extra advantages. People will need to weigh the pros and the cons before they decide to purchase a green car, but as long as they maintain their vehicles, they will receive the benefits for several years to come. Continue Reading
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How to find a good auto mechanic

Choosing a Reputable Auto Mechanic in Phoenix The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence certifies car mechanics by testing them twice a year on several areas of auto repair. The mechanics who have passed these tests have a blue and white NIASE patch on their uniforms. The car owner can also contact NIASE to find a list of certified auto Continue Reading
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Understanding the Right to Repair Act

Support for the Motor Vehicle Owners’ Right to Repair Act from the Engine Repower Council may help give the legislation the impetus it needs to become law. The measure already enjoys broad support among motorists because it puts them – not the auto manufacturers – in charge of who performs maintenance and repairs on their cars, trucks and SUVs. The Continue Reading
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