Posts Tagged ‘how’

Car Abilities – Knowing How To Drive City-Like

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

The city is the center of all existence, if you think about it. Anywhere in the world, a city is the most crowded place, both with cars and pedestrians that are always in a hurry to get somewhere. A city is the center of trade and commerce, maybe even of education, and entertainment. So where do you think all folks go? Toward the city of course, and since you are a city dweller yourself, you will have to find ways to make city-living easier for you. The city is not going to adjust for any individual; all changes must come from you. Take your driving for instance; you probably would have noticed so many differences between city driving and non-city driving. Out in the highway, you might feel more relaxed, more in tune and paying attention to your driving and not to the hustle and bustle of other vehicles and people crossing the streets inside a city.
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Car Smarts – How To Check If Your Vehicle’s Battery Is All Right

Monday, October 27th, 2008

Car batteries do have a life expectancy and as a responsible car owner, you should know when to charge the battery or when to replace it. Everything in your vehicle that runs on electricity draws from the battery and just like any other power source, sooner or later, the battery will wear out.
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Car Maintenance Tips – How Do You Keep Your Car Clean?

Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

Your vehicle is your buddy; it is your ticket to getting everywhere you want and need to go. In return, you should be able to keep your car in mint condition. It is not only via regular tune ups and visits to a service station can you ensure the upkeep of your car; you should also regularly clean it inside and out.
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Auto Repair And Maintenance – How To Spot An Amateur Mechanic

Sunday, October 5th, 2008

There have been many stories about car repairs and maintenance getting bungled up by amateur hands. Chances are, you probably have been a victim of this kind of rip off too. You would not want this ever happening to you, or your friends and family again. How do you spot an amateur?
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Car Maintenance And Repairs – How Do You Know If Your Tires Are In Trouble?

Thursday, October 2nd, 2008

The condition of a car’s tires is very important in the safety of a vehicle. As a car owner, you need to be aware of how your tires are doing before you even take your vehicle out for a drive. Regularly check your car’s tires to prevent any accidents from happening. Car tires affect every thing – and it is your duty to spend time on checking your car’s tires to ensure your safety, and the safety of your family or any other passenger who will take a ride with you.
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Automotive Maintenance And Saving – How To Save On Fuel Consumption

Tuesday, September 16th, 2008

With the rising prices of fuel in the world market, it is inevitable that people start becoming aware of the need to save on their gas consumption.  People are scrambling to learn the ropes of commuting since it might be more cost efficient, while some are organizing car pools. This is also why there have been so much advise floating around about how to beat the oil price hike, some of them true, some not.
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How to Apply for a Gas Credit Card Online

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

A gas credit card is something that you consider if you want to maximize your fuel savings. All over the world gas prices are skyrocketing. At $4 a gallon of refined oil, any steps that you take to save can be vital.

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Get Better Gas Mileage & Learn How to Save Money on Gas

Wednesday, July 9th, 2008

One way to save and get by during these times is to seriously consider your gas mileage and how effectively your car actually uses the gas that you purchase. A well-maintained car will give you more miles per gallon than one with a shoddy engine. You can take a few steps to ensure that you get the best mileage per gallon of gas. Our tips range from the simple to the most extreme. Check them out!
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How to Avoid Credit Card Fraud

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

One of the biggest drawbacks with using credit cards is the amount of fraudsters out there. Unscrupulous people steal your identity and can seriously damage your credit rating and scores by spending money on your card using your name. Taking the necessary precautions can prevent people from stealing your identity and using your name. It doesn’t matter what kind of credit card you own, they can easily steal your information. This is a big concern especially with gas cards. Why? With the pump and pay convenience that gas cards advocate, it will be harder for you to protect yourself in the even that your card is stolen.

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How Much Money Will You Save Using Gas Cards?

Wednesday, June 18th, 2008

If you haven’t realized how much money you can save from gas cards, then this is the article for you. You can actually save a lots of money when you use gas cards, especially is you use them wisely.
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