Things You Should Not Do After a Car Accident

Unfortunately automobile accidents happen and they are usually chaotic immediate
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2014 Chevy Silverado

The Chevrolet Truck Tradition

It didn’t take long for people to realize that early cars could be converted t
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Dodge is sponsoring the new M1 Concourse

Dodge Announces Sponsorship of Innovative M1 Concourse, Including Viper ACR Being Named Official Pace Car

Dodge and M1 Concourse announced today a Dodge sponsorship of the new developmen
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Turning on the AC in a hot car

History of Automotive Air Conditioning

On hot summer days air conditioning can come in very handy. Without it, you woul
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Ice Cream Truck

A Brief History of the Ice Cream Truck

It all started with the ice cream cart.  At the turn of the century, vendors in
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2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport


Chevrolet announced today the track-bred 2017 Corvette Grand Sport will be price
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Interacting With Your Car

Many vehicle manufacturers are now offering ways to interact with cars through m
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About Different Kinds of Car Doors

Many automobile car doors these days are hinged in the front, and you either pus
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The History of Car Horns

You would be hard pressed to find any motor vehicle that doesn’t have a horn.
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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)

What is E85 Fuel?

Let’s look at the vehicles that use E85 first. Flex-fuel Vehicles (FFV) are ve
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The Post-War Jeep

When the United States entered World War II in 1941, the automotive industry ess
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8 Reasons Why Your CEL Turned On

The Check Engine Light (CEL) in your car comes on when your car’s CPU senses t
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