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4 Ways Pre-Approval Can Simplify the Car Buying Process

Posted on 14 September 2018 by Tony Santos

You may get flyers in the mail all the time with stamped lettering across the front stating, “You’re Preapproved!” And, like most people, you may toss those right into the trash pile, never bothering to learn for what you’re preapproved or even for how much. Yet, if you’re in the market for a new vehicle, maybe you should take the time to open an envelope or two and see if any of the preapproval offers are for vehicle loans. Continue reading “4 Ways Pre-Approval Can Simplify the Car Buying Process” »

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The 10 MILLIONTH Ford Mustang

Posted on 10 August 2018 by Tony Santos

Ford celebrated its production of the 10 millionth Mustang at its headquarters and at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant where the iconic sports car were assembled. From Dearborn headquarters, a parade of Mustangs from 1964 to present took off for a 30-min police-escorted drive to Flat Rock complex. At the parking lot, these 62 iconic cars were parked to spell out ‘10,000,000’, notably part of the symbolic numbers were the first Mustang ever produced and the 2019 Wimbledon White GT V8 six-speed manual convertible who placed itself in history as the 10 millionth Mustang. Continue reading “The 10 MILLIONTH Ford Mustang” »

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[Infographic]Where next for car technology?

Posted on 29 May 2018 by Tony Santos

Thanks to technology, the average car is morphing into your own personal command center. Computing and web technology allows cars to interact with each other and provide updates on road conditions in real time. Holographic windscreens display key data and directions right at eye level, rather than on below-sight gauges. Keychains are becoming mini computers, able to start cars, change interior temperatures and monitor systems. And collision avoidance systems are providing an additional safety layer, detecting crashes before they happen.

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Why Has Car Modification Become so Popular?

Posted on 07 November 2017 by Tony Santos

There are many people who are really into their cars but cannot afford to purchase the sporty or top end models that they would like. Those that do not have high end vehicles therefore often turn to modifications so that they can turn their cheaper vehicle into one that boasts higher performance and improved aesthetics. Continue reading “Why Has Car Modification Become so Popular?” »

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What to consider when making a greener fleet

Posted on 23 October 2017 by Tony Santos

Due to the large number of commercial vehicles on the road today, operated by both public and private sector organisations across the UK, we must consider making a greener fleet. Have you considered just how much your fleet could be costing your business if you haven’t taken the necessary steps to introduce green vehicles into your organisation? Continue reading “What to consider when making a greener fleet” »

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Unwrapping a new Bugatti Chiron [Video]

Posted on 16 October 2017 by Tony Santos

If you’re wondering what’s the feeling of unwrapping a new Bugatti Chiron, then you might want to spend a little of your precious time to drown yourself into immense excitement. It’s the first unit to arrive in North America, thanks to TheStradman, we are able to see this unwrapping. And sure enough, the video above will make your day, watch it!

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Sponsored Video:  Siemen’s Sirius ACT pushbuttons and signaling devices

Posted on 27 April 2017 by Tony Santos

For 165 years, German tech-powerhouse Siemens has been improving lives in the field of electrification, automation and digitalization globally. It’s known for its energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies and infrastructure solutions. One of its promising design is the company’s take on signaling and automation, the Sirius Act. Continue reading “Sponsored Video:  Siemen’s Sirius ACT pushbuttons and signaling devices” »

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Motoring Money: Cars that hold their value

Posted on 03 January 2017 by Tony Santos

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If you’re looking to purchase a new or used car, you’re probably looking at making one of the most expensive purchases in your life aside from your house. However, because cars can sometimes lose value quickly, you’ll want to try and get your hands on a vehicle that will still be worth as much as possible when you come to sell it on. Continue reading “Motoring Money: Cars that hold their value” »

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Shining the spotlight on the Volkswagen ID concept

Posted on 23 November 2016 by Tony Santos

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Volkswagen’s take on an alternatively fuelled future was unveiled at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, in the form of the Volkswagen ID concept. Continue reading “Shining the spotlight on the Volkswagen ID concept” »

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Bosch water cooled radiator review

Posted on 18 November 2016 by Tony Santos

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Temperatures inside a car have to be regulated for comfort purposes. The performance of the car as well as its durability will be affected by the radiator. Any time you are driving your car, the radiator will be cooled by the air. That’s because it is located at the fore part of the engine compartment. Traditionally, these systems were being out of brass. These days however, aluminium is the main material used in its manufacture. Continue reading “Bosch water cooled radiator review” »

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