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How automakers reduce fuel consumption

Fuel consumption is one of the most important considerations for a host of buyers on the market. Automakers know this, and they have over the years implemented a wide range of technologies in newer vehicles that help improve fuel economy. Most new vehicles will include one or more of these technologies, but if reducing fuel consumption is your priority, then ...

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A few features than improve resale value

You are about to buy a new car, and obviously the last thing on your mind is selling this vehicle. After all, you haven’t even bought it yet, and it will likely be quite a while before you put it back on the market. That said, how easy your new vehicle will be to sell down the road depends a ...

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The good and the bad of a second chance credit loan

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You find yourself in a bit of a tricky situation. You absolutely need a vehicle, but your credit is not ideal. Perhaps you recently were injured and couldn’t work. Maybe you lost your job or are recently divorced. There are quite a few reasons that can explain a loss of income that lead to difficulties making ends meet and therefore ...

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Finding automotive information online

Many people prefer to shop online for a variety of products. Buying shoes or your next vacation online is easier than ever. Now, more and more people are turning to the web to find information about potential vehicles they may want to buy as well. Indeed, there is a host of information you can gather online, and because it will ...

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When your car brakes for you

More and more vehicles rely on semi-autonomous automated systems to make drivers both more comfortable and safer. But these systems are often complex, sophisticated and too often not as effective as we would like. Automatic braking, on the other hand, has proven itself many times and will be mandatory on almost all passenger vehicles in North America by 2022. But ...

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Have you thought about your battery recently

The typical battery found in vehicles manufactured after 1952 is a plastic cube containing sulfuric acid and lead, with two outgoing terminals on the top or the side. That is what you will find in most cars on the road today, unless you drive a hybrid or electric car. So now that you know what your battery is, do you ...

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