December 16, 2016

Putt-Putt, the Posse, & Me

The year was 1990. I was a very young mother highly frustrated with the enormity of it all. I had just recently started driving and after a particularly harrowing day with my infant sons and my idiot husband, I snatched up the car keys and went for a joyride through rural Georgia . I got more than just a little bit nervous whenever I would […]

November 15, 2016

High Quality Stereo Systems For Cars

There are many different kinds of stereo systems that are available for cars. Since high quality stereo systems are becoming more popular for cars, many manufacturers have started putting these kinds of stereo systems inside of cars straight from the factory. Some people also choose to add on components to increase the quality of stereo systems. With so many stereo systems to choose from, it […]

September 6, 2016

Some Parallel Parking Techniques

Parallel parking is probably the toughest way to park a car. You’d have to skillfully and accurately guide your car into that parallel space between 2 other cars. In my experience, if you ask drivers what type of parking they are having the most difficulty with, most would probably say parallel parking. I agree that it isn’t easy compared to parking forward or backwards. Here […]

July 9, 2016

Why The Market Of Small Car Is On Such A Rise

The small compact car market in North America is flourishing for quite some time. People in Europe always have preferred the small compact cars as they realize the merits of these cars. SUVs are very popular in North America for more than a decade, and you find them parked in every parking place. Now the trend has changed recently with the increasing fuel prices. There […]

November 27, 2015

Is Rebuilding Classic Cars Falling By The Wayside

Classic Car rebuilding is indeed falling by the wayside, assuming by classic car your considering cars from about the early 1970’s and going back as classic cars. Usually a car that is 25 years old would be eligible for collector plates. Lets face facts, 1982 didn’t produce any American made cars that could be called collectible classics. Of course this is a generalization and there […]

November 15, 2015

How To Change Your Car’s Thermostat

One of the smallest and most needed parts of your car’s cooling system is the thermostat. Most car thermostats can be hidden in a man’s closed fist. If this small part fails in its closed setting, you will be stranded somewhere along the side of the road with steam flowing from your engine. If it fails in the open position, your car will never get […]

August 5, 2015

Chrysler Recalls Close To 500,000 Vehicles

Nearly 500,000 vehicles were recalled Friday by Chrysler, citing dozens of reports of fires in the Dodge Durano and Jeep Liberty. There have been sixty-six reported fires so far, all coming from the Dodge Durango, model years 2004-2006. In addition to the 328,424 Durangos affected by the recall, an additional 149,605 Jeep Liberty SUV’s were recalled. These vehicles, from 2006-2007, were called back to the […]

July 16, 2015

Women: I Bet You Know More About Cars Than You Think You Do

Do you Listen when people talk even when they are not talking to you? Do you pay attention at work and pick up little bits of knowledge that could help you in the future? I bet you do and don’t even realize it. Your head is probably filled with information that you think is useless, but you never know someday that information may come in […]

May 10, 2015

History Of Milwaukee Transportation

The Milwaukee Road announces that it received and placed in service the first of a fleet of 500 new wide door box cars suitable both for the loading of bulk commodities such as grain and the mechanized loading of packaged lumber, palletized loads, and many other types of freight. Built at a cost of $13,000 each, or $6,5000,000 for the entire fleet, the new cars […]