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Tips And Guides

Why to Purchase Auto Parts Online?

June 13, 2017 • Auto Tips and Guides

Buying new parts for your car can be costly, so it’s beneficial to shop around before making any decisions. Better still, you can purchase auto

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Audi News and Reviews

Audi Unveils its new Self-driving R8 e-tron in Shanghai

May 25, 2015 • Audi, Autos News, Supercars

Yes, now you can reply to important emails, update your blog or upload selfies on Facebook while you are on road driving your car and this is

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Top Autos

Ballin’ On A Budget: The Cheapest And Best Luxury Cars To Buy

January 20, 2016 • Auto Tips and Guides, Top Autos

If you are a car lover, you want the best and most beautiful cars on the market. The thought of driving around in a Bentley or BMW is enough to send

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Why to Purchase Auto Parts Online?

Buying new parts for your car can be costly, so it’s beneficial to shop around before making any decisions. Better still, you can purchase auto parts online and then have a trained technician install them, thus helping you save money. Autodoc.ee offers quality car parts and advice you can trust. They have good experience in the automotive industry, and they can help you find any car parts you may need. They often encourage their customers to take a look at auto parts online.

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Health and Safety in Vehicle Repair

June 12, 2017 • Auto Tips and Guides • Views: 290

Observing and adhering to safe practices in the motor repair trade While vehicle repair and maintenance safety practices have improved thanks to ongoing safety innovations and the requirements of the HSE (Health and Safety Executive), there have unfortunately been some 7000 injuries and just over

The Strangest Driving Rules

The Strangest Driving Rules from Around the World

June 6, 2017 • Auto Tips and Guides • Views: 564

Red lights, Seat belts and Zebra Crossings… We all need to follow the rules of the road in order to keep ourselves and our fellow road users safe, but in some countries the driving rules are so wacky, it’s fair to say that their rules and regulations have gone one step too far. Our latest

What will driving be like in the future?

May 17, 2017 • Info Graphic • Views: 1059

Ever since the invention of the horseless carriage over a hundred years ago, innovation and  technology has been at the forefront of making vehicles safer, more fuel efficient and cheaper than ever before, but what will cars be like in the future and will we be driving at all? In recent years we

The Top 4 Things That Will Drain Your Battery

January 30, 2017 • Auto Tips and Guides • Views: 1559

You’ve probably been there. You’re in hurry, you jump in your car, you turn the key and nothing happens. No starter noise, no lights, no nothing –drat, your battery is dead.  It’s not much fun but it’s a rite-of-passage for most car owners. It seems to happen to everyone at some point in

Be Careful of Cheap Tires

January 30, 2017 • Auto Tips and Guides • Views: 616

Given a choice, most car owners’ would like a set of “A-list” tires on their car. You know, brands like Michelin, Bridgestone, Pirelli, Yokohama and others. Problem is that these A-listers are often priced twice what the B-listers are, and many of us end up going B purely for financial

4 Reasons Why You Should Always Park Your Car in the Shade

January 30, 2017 • Auto Tips and Guides • Views: 529

In Germany, there is an odd word that is associated with parking your car in the shade. The word is Schattenparker and it’s a derisive term that denotes weakness.  We aren’t making this up. The term Schattenparker is a noun that describes someone who is cowardly or wimpy because they prefer to

What to know about brake rotors and pads

January 30, 2017 • Auto Tips and Guides • Views: 471

It doesn’t get all the coverage that things like engines, turbos and hot exhaust systems do but the brakes on your car are performance items too.  Think about it, after you have invested in all the performance upgrades to make your car go fast, what good is it if it doesn’t stop fast! With

Suicide-Doors

How “suicide doors” survived

January 30, 2017 • Autos Articles • Views: 440

Porsche recently made news by announcing that they are working on the Mission E, an extremely high performance electric car (EV) with dozens of state-of-the-art features. One feature that is decidedly not state-of-the-art, though, is the rear “suicide doors.”  For those who aren’t familiar

Autobody-Checklist

Your Autobody Checklist

January 30, 2017 • Auto Tips and Guides • Views: 477

Autobody Checklist Here’s something you don’t hear very often: “I had a accident with my car but it was cheap to fix.” No matter how minor any accident is, it always seems to be expensive to repair. Sometimes very expensive.  We asked Ada Dodge of Ada, a local Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram