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Dodge is sponsoring the new M1 Concourse
Dodge and M1 Concourse announced today a Dodge sponsorship of the new development, located in Pontiac, Mich., which includes the Viper ACR being named the “Official Pace Car” of M1 Concourse. The
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Turning on the AC in a hot car
On hot summer days air conditioning can come in very handy. Without it, you would be very uncomfortable in the car, particularly if you prefer to drive with the windows up. Just about every vehicle so
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Ice Cream Truck
It all started with the ice cream cart.  At the turn of the century, vendors in major cities sold ice cream out of ice-filled push carts to customers in ceramic dishes.  After the customer finished
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2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport
Chevrolet announced today the track-bred 2017 Corvette Grand Sport will be priced at $66,445 for coupe models and $70,445 for convertibles, when they go on sale this summer. The prices include the des
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Many vehicle manufacturers are now offering ways to interact with cars through mobile devices such as smartphones, laptops and tablets. Services like BMW Online, Ford’s Sync Connect, GM’s OnStar,
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Many automobile car doors these days are hinged in the front, and you either push or pull the door forward to open or close it. Doors provide a secure way for their driver and passengers to enter and
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You would be hard pressed to find any motor vehicle that doesn’t have a horn. People use horns to warn other drivers of danger, or they use them simply because they’re annoyed with drivers. As CDJ
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BELMONT, WI - MAY 10:  A sign about E85 fuel hangs on a fuel pump fuel prices at Capital Mini Mart May 10, 2007 in Belmont, Wisconsin.  E85, a blend of % ethanol and 15% gasoline, is typically sells twenty to thirty cents lower at the pumps, but can only be used in designated flex-fuel cars.  (Photo by Mark Hirsch/Getty Images)
Let’s look at the vehicles that use E85 first. Flex-fuel Vehicles (FFV) are vehicles that are designed to operate E85 fuel. In fact, they will work with straight gasoline, E85 or any combination of
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When the United States entered World War II in 1941, the automotive industry essentially switched overnight to the product of war machinery.  Some manufacturers still made vehicles, however, and Will
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The Check Engine Light (CEL) in your car comes on when your car’s CPU senses that something is wrong.  When it illuminates, the repair technicians at Earnhardt of Gilbert, a top Chrysler, Dodge, Je
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