(NewsUSA) - Google has been making news in recent months for its work in a ground-breaking area: driverless automobile technology.
(NAPSI)—When it comes to used cars, safety is no accident. But an accident shouldn’t keep you from buying a used car you love. In fact, you may drive away with a bargain.
(NewsUSA) - NewsusaInfographic - A recent Edmunds.com survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults shows that Americans of all types are looking for a better car buying experience. To learn more, visit www.edmunds.com/carweek.
(NewsUSA) - Indications are rosy for U.S. auto sales now that the recession is in the rearview mirror.
(NAPSI)—To help feed a growing world population, farmers depend on having the right equipment. When they climb aboard their tractors or combines, they’re counting on their agricultural tires to deliver the best possible field performance and value. Rigorous testing can play a key role in ensuring that new products will stand up to the challenging conditions that farmers experience throughout the growing season.
(NAPSI)—Increasingly, when it’s time to move out of a college dorm, into a first apartment or on to a new home, consumers are saving time, trouble and money by doing it on their own.
(NewsUSA) - It's that time of the year again -- time for wetter roads and, unfortunately, more accidents.
(NAPSI)—Hitting a pothole can be more than a momentary jolt. While the tires and wheels should be visually inspected as soon as possible, you should know there could be damage to the steering, suspension and alignment systems that you can’t see. To help determine if hitting a pothole has damaged your vehicle, watch for these warning signs:
(NAPSI)—The average American spends more than 101 minutes a day in a car. Unfortunately, what many drivers and passengers fail to realize is that when they are in a car, not all the danger they face is on the road.
(NAPSI)—Many drivers find that if they want to make their car last, it pays to put it first. Taking good care of your car means you are more likely to avoid problems, both now, while you’re driving it, and later, when you sell it.
(NAPSI)—Tires are the only thing between you and the road, so it’s imperative motorists stay on top of tire maintenance. Proper tire maintenance is important all year, but especially in the summer months as the temperature starts heating up and the frequency of tire blowouts increases.
(NAPSI)—For dependable vehicle operation, it’s essential, for starters, to prevent ignition system failure. That way, you won’t be left stranded by the side of the road.
(NAPSI)—Windshield wipers may be among the most overworked and underappreciated equipment on your car.
(NAPSI)—An all-American truck brand and a magazine known for its world-class photo essays have found a new way to support America’s farmers.
(NAPSI)—The most enduring memory of the winter of 2014 just might be the millions of potholes that continue to dish out punishment to drivers and passengers across the U.S. and Canada. But abominable road conditions can cause more than just a bone-rattling ride; they can also damage important steering and suspension components, including shock absorbers and struts.
(StatePoint) Buying or leasing a vehicle is an exciting decision. For many consumers, it’s the first “big ticket” item they acquire. Knowing what to expect before making this important financial commitment will help you feel confident about your decision for years to come.
(NAPSI)—Students collect more than information—they also collect a lot of stuff. Fortunately, getting all that stuff home at the end of the semester doesn’t have to be difficult.
(NAPSI)—If you’re like the average driver, you’ll be involved in an auto accident once every seven to 10 years—and now you can get help dealing with it.
(NAPSI)—Bad news can sometimes be good news, particularly when it involves an open recall on your car.
(NAPSI)—The average car on the road today is 11 years old, automakers report. If yours is among them, here’s good news: You can pocket serious savings on repairs with high-quality used parts.
(NAPSI)—Professionals know extremely cold weather can make for demanding and dangerous situations, from blizzards to electrical fires. That’s why they keep their gas-powered emergency equipment—snowblowers, generators—ready to use at a moment’s notice.
(NAPSI)—These days, many drivers are finding ways to keep their vehicles on the road longer. Having an odometer that reads 100,000 miles or more need not mean the vehicle is on its last legs. It may just mean you should stick to a regular maintenance schedule and take advantage of automotive products that help extend the life of the vehicle.
(StatePoint) Whether you’re a car enthusiast seeking to soup-up your baby or just trying to make the family sedan run smoother, there are several easy do-it-yourself maintenance tips that can help keep your car or truck firing on all cylinders.
(StatePoint) From gas, parking permits and insurance premiums, to maintenance and repairs, owning a car can be an expensive prospect. But motorists can pave the way to lower costs by following a few clever rules of the road:
(StatePoint) Your vehicle is one of your biggest investments, so taking care of your car or truck just makes good sense.
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