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Author archives: Tommy Riley

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

    January 30, 2017 • Auto Tips and Guides • Views: 1465

    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

  • Things to Keep in Mind before Buying your new Wheels

    November 21, 2013 • Auto Tips and Guides • Views: 1376

    Buying a new car can be a wonderful event. Unfortunately, some new car owners will ultimately experience buyer’s remorse. In order to make a wise decision, the proper steps need to be taken before signing on the dotted line. Here are some of the most

  • Top 4 Places Where You Can Find Great Auto Insurance Information

    February 5, 2013 • Autos Insurance • Views: 1381

    Auto insurance is something that is on everybody’s mind these days because majority of the car buyers are looking out for better options that can allow them to get the right information on car insurance. There is no doubt that you can find good information

  • Get the Right Firms for Toyota Care in Pittsburgh

    December 19, 2012 • Auto Tips and Guides • Views: 1874

    If you are really passionate about your vehicles you need to make sure that you take good care of them as well. Hence, you will always need to look out for top professionals that can offer you better repair and maintenance service for your vehicle. If you

  • Ford Figo – Microcar With Staying Power

    September 25, 2012 • Autos Reviews, Ford • Views: 2343

    The subcompact automobile market has seen some great additions as of lately. In particular, the Ford India division has been producing some quality cars that meet the available budget of many price-conscious drivers while still delivering a fun and reliable

  • A Farmer’s Tale: Animal Transportation and Livestock Trailers

    April 30, 2012 • Autos Articles • Views: 2298

    I, like many farmers, prefer spending my time on the farm, rather than off it. In general, my life as a farmer is a satisfying and enjoyable one, and even the British weather can do little to change that. Yet when I leave the farm with animals in tow, I find