ATV tires and other OEM parts at a glance

Purchasing a vehicle in itself is a big expense. Some people are blessed with a silver spoon since birth to buy any kind of vehicle they want to own, some work for years to accumulate and save money for their dream vehicle and some buy the vehicle on instalment provided by the car distributors. Purchasing […]

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ATV tires and other OEM parts at a glance

Purchasing a vehicle in itself is a big expense. Some people are blessed with a silver spoon since birth to buy any kind of vehicle they want to own, some work for years to accumulate and save money for their dream vehicle and some buy the vehicle on instalment provided by the car distributors. Purchasing […]

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Quick Guide on How & When to Change Your Engine Coolant?

Careful monitoring of your car engine coolant at right levels is a simple way to keep your car in good working condition. Coolant works with the radiator to regulate the engine’s temperature and prevents your engine from getting frozen in winters and from overheating in summers.Some car manufacturers recommend that you replace the coolant usually […]

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Why Should You Not Drive On Worn-Out Tyres?

When you drive your vehicle on worn-out tyres, keep in mind that you’re not only risking your life but also of others who use the road. Well, it is both illegal and unsafe to drive on exhausted or worn-out tyres. Tired tyres make your vehicle unfit and un-roadworthy to drive on road and this will […]

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GM Announces Plans To Phase Out Pontiac

On this day in 2009, the struggling American auto giant General Motors (GM) says it plans to discontinue production of its more than 80-year-old Pontiac brand. Pontiac’s origins date back to the Oakland Motor Car, which was founded in 1907 in Pontiac, Michigan, by Edward Murphy, a horse-drawn carriage manufacturer. In 1909, Oakland became part […]

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Chrysler And Autoworkers’ Union Agree To A Deal

On this day in 2009, Chrysler and the United Auto Workers (UAW) union reach a tentative deal that meets government requirements for the struggling auto manufacturer to receive more federal funding. As part of the deal, the UAW agreed to let Chrysler reduce the amount of money it would pay toward healthcare costs of its […]

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