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Watch Those Tire Pressures For A Reduced Gas Bills

25th October 2012
Lots of car drivers spend time looking after their vehicles to be certain that mud and road film are cleaned off regularly. They also bring their car in for service every 3,000 miles to get the oil changed and check out all the filters and fluid levels. A... Read >
Author: Connie Guster

Driving safely in the countryside

14th May 2012
Countryside driving is something many learner drivers will experience as part of their lessons and driving test. The British countryside is beautiful in the summertime and a country break can be a great recession-friendly holiday. On a summer’s day, drivi... Read >
Author: leapfrogg

Why does the steering on my trike shake so much?

11th February 2011
Here at Rhino trikes, I get such a number of phone calls from people who’ve bought or had trikes built, then when they take delivery of them, are afraid to ride them because of the front wheel/steering shake. A first thing first; is your trike shaking it... Read >
Author: vmaxnick

“Liability and Risk Management Issues for Cycling Clubs” By Chris Burns

05th January 2011
As a long time cyclist and attorney representing victims of cycling crashes, my mind and heart are always with the injured cyclist. But frequently I am asked by cycling clubs how they can sponsor and operate rides without risking bankruptcy caused by an i... Read >
Author: Chris Burns

What Does 4x4 Mean?

15th December 2010
Car salesmen seem to have a penchant for flooding you with terms like differential, torque, 4x4, fuel consumption, engine capacity and many other technical terms when you are buying a new car. Some of these terms are self explanatory, whilst others are no... Read >
Author: GregMingea

Anvelope auto

08th July 2010
Please see this one of a kind tires shop that will deal with your wheels. You can buy from their online store a wide variety of tires and rims, they do very well on targeting the anvelope and anvelope auto market. Do not hesitate and visit the anvelopa... Read >
Author: onlineshopping

Cleaning Your Cars Wheels, Tyres & Arches

03rd June 2010
The wheels and tyres are the only parts of your car that actually connect it to the road, therefore they tend to pick up dirt and contaminants quickly. Wheel arches are the inner area that surround the wheels and tyres and so any dirt and contaminants pic... Read >
Author: CarCleaningGuru

Most Common Causes of Car Accidents

12th May 2010
Car accidents occur every day all over the world. Knowing some of the common causes of car accidents can possibly help a driver avoid having an accident. There are many causes of auto accidents. Here are some of the most common causes of car accidents. ... Read >
Author: Penelope Stone

Car Tyre Physics: How Car Tyres Behave Under Pressure

30th March 2010
Car tyres obviously play a huge part in letting cars take corners. Few people consider how they do this in a scientific way but knowing about the forces at work is both interesting and educational. Why? Because understanding what's involved and the termin... Read >
Author: Marie Slee

Protect Your Vehicles From Stone Chips

11th March 2010
There are many companies in the world manufacturing and designing the most inclusive stone guard protection kits. Take the help of these companies to protect your vehicles from being damaged by stone chips, scratches and debris. Amongst all such companies... Read >
Author: JimSeely

Pneumatic and Hydraulic Cylinders: Single and Double Action Solutions

05th January 2010
Anybody who has ridden a bike with spring coil shock absorbers on hard undulating surfaces would know how different and efficient the damping is on a pneumatic and hydraulic shock. The present day shock is a very state of the art shock and vibration dampi... Read >
Author: Andrew

Defensive Driving IQ

27th November 2009
Here's a short quiz that will help you discover your Defensive Driving IQ. Imagine the following scenario: You're driving on a busy expressway. Although traffic is heavy, it's flowing as smoothly as can be expected at this time of day. You're able to ... Read >
Author: loveplw

Fun Car Tyres Questionnaire

09th November 2009
As one of the many car enthusiasts out there I frequently get asked many questions regarding the general workings of an automobile. I take great pleasure in giving sound advice to those interested and hope that this article will shed some light on the top... Read >
Author: Article Author

How To Handle a Skid in a Front Wheel Drive Car

17th April 2009
The majority of cars nowadays are front wheel drive. This is because they are both mechanically easier to design and dynamically the handling is regarded as more benign, in the event that the driver enters a skid. In essence, there are three ways a driver... Read >
Author: Jo Alexander
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