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1). Best Car Wash and Wax Tips from the Pros  By : David Maillie
To properly care for and maintain your cars finish and new car shine we questioned numerous detailing experts and other similar professionals as to what works best. And what follows is their absolute best car care recommendations.

2). Top Tips On How To Get The Best Shine From Your Car  By : David Maillie
How do they get that deep, wet look at the auto shows? What is the best way to wash anmd protect your car? All these questions and more will be answered as we reveal how to get the ultimate shine from your car.

3). Proper Car Washing, Polishing And Waxing from the Experts  By : David Maillie
For the purpose of this article we interviewed numerous professional automotive detailers and similar professionals. We asked them what products they used and for tips that consumers could use.

4). Proper Car Care Includes Rust Protection and Treatment  By : David Maillie
Rust can happen anywhere in America (it isnít just a problem for northerners) and it is a major problem. It is also easy to prevent with a little proper car care.

5). Why Should I Care About Tinted Windows  By : Gregg Hall
In areas where the temperatures get very hot and the sun is out nearly all the time window tinting is even more important. Letís take a look at some of the reasons you would want tinted windows.

6). How Does Your FICO Credit Score Impact You When you a Buy a Vehicle?  By : Tom Kline
A good FICO credit score is critical for securing car loans at favorable interest rates. Learn the ins and outs of credit scores and methods of self help credit repair.

7). Anyone Can Clean Their Car, But What About Those Cloudy, Yellow Headlights?  By : David Maillie
It is a very common occurence. We see then every day. Its like a disease - yellow, cloudy headlight lenses. I even saw them on cars at the local carwash. It befuddled me that these people would take such great care - washing, vacuuming the interior, removing the floor mats and even hand drying their cars, but they still had those yellowed, cloudy h...

8). Subaru WRX Ė Buying a Used Oneowner Cult Classic  By : Kerry Plowright
The Subaru Impreza WRX has been extremely popular and widely recognised for frequently being punished by owners.

9). Tips To Live By For Better Fuel Economy  By : John Whelan
Vehicle maintenance and improved driving habits will save you more money than you think. Using these fuel saving tips will help you put money back in your pocket.

10). Advantage Of Disc Brakes  By : Elli Potrelli
Whether you drive a Mercedes, a motorbike or a pickup truck, you probably have disc brakes on your vehicle. And even though you probably never think about their function, they are the single most important function on your vehicle. Though there are several types of motor brakes, the drum and the disk, the disk brakes are more commonly used. Disc br...

11). Are Hybrid Cars Hazardous?  By : Gregg Hall
With all of the talk of hybrid vehicles many people are singing their praises about these lightweight, fuel-efficient cars. But are there hazards to driving a hybrid? Is there really anything to worry about? Letís take a closer look at potential hybrid hazards.

12). How to Choose an Auto Body Shop  By : Bryan Colyer
It is important to have certain resources on hand which relate to your car. Perhaps the most important business contact an individual should have is an auto body shop.

13). The Engineering Side Of The Porsche 911 With The 997 Body Shell  By : Gregg Hall
Itís always a treat when the German automaker, Porsche releases a new 911 model just from an engineering standpoint; I am constantly amazed how after over four decades of production of this iconic speedster Porsche always seems able to deliver something that we havenít seen before.

14). How to Improve Your Gas Mileage in You Car  By : David Maillie
Gas prices are at an all time high and there is no indication that they will be coming down any time soon. What if we could show you how to easily save 20% or more on gas? Here are some great tips that are guaranteed to save you big at the pump.

15). A Closer Look At The First Porsche - The Porsche 64  By : Gregg Hall
Most auto connoisseurs consider the Porsche 64 which is also sometimes known as the VW Aerocoupe, Type 64 and Type 64K10 as being the first automobile made by Porsche. It was manufactured mainly from parts from the Model 64 VW Beetle and that is where the model number comes from.

16). Do You Think You Can Afford A 2005 Porsche Carrera GT  By : Gregg Hall
Virtually every car nut, okay enthusiast, that I know would love to own a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT. It is a street racer with an incredibly powerful V10 engine and a body made of carbon fiber which makes it so lightweight.

17). The Sexy Second Generation 2005 Porsche Boxter  By : Gregg Hall
The popularity of the Boxter shows no signs of waning and if anything the introduction of the new second generation model of 2005 will only increase popularity even more.

18). Read The Small Print And Avoid Extra Costs At The End Of Your Lease  By : Gregg Hall
These days it seems every where you turn car dealers are trying to sell you on leasing a car instead of buying. While leasing may be good for some, for the majority of people it is not.

19). The Battle Rages On Between Porsche And Ferrari  By : Gregg Hall
The two European automakers, Porsche of Germany and Ferrari of Italy, have a lot of similarities even though the two compete with each other head to head for a niche market of the automotive industry.

20). Camshaft : A Go For Gold  By : James Monahan
Camshaft, in its simplest definition, are the lobes in an engine that operate the valves.

21). Body Kits to Spruce Up Your Car  By : Charles Kassotis
Get the basics about body kits and what you need to do in order to get one and put it together.

22). Auto Heater 101: Donīt Be Left Out In The Cold  By : Peter Bishop
An auto heater is one of the most important parts of an automobile, especially during the cold winter months. It can be a terribly uncomfortable ride to work if your heater is not operating properly, so make sure to have your automobile checked out regularly or even sooner if you notice a problem.

23). Did You Know That Porsche Once Built Airplanes And Tanks?  By : Gregg Hall
Many people do not realize what a prolific inventor this man was, he had over one thousand patents issued! Early in his automotive engineering career Ferdinand was chief engineer for none other than Mercedes Benz.

24). Get an Accident Lawyer to Get Your Car Accident Compensation  By : Ian Koch
Over the last few years, many law firms and individual lawyers have become specialist car accident lawyers and offer legal assistance to those involved in a car accident that was not their fault. There is high potential for claiming insurance for an accident that was not your fault but led to heavy injury to your person or property.

25). Some Negatives About Hybrid Cars  By : Gregg Hall
One of the biggest problems which hybrid owners have is not getting the mileage which they believe they should or would. Some hybrids claiming that they will get 50 mpg are only getting 30 mpg. Drivers are frustrated as they attempt to actually relearn how to drive a car.

26). Purchasing a Used Vehicle  By : Ian Koch
While auto financing rates for used vehicles tend to be slightly higher as compared to new vehicles when you look at overall costs over the term of the loan you will quickly find that you will still end up saving a significant amount.

27). How To Safely Buy A Used Car On Ebay  By : Gregg Hall
Every single day there are tens of thousands of cars for sale on eBay which makes the eBay motors division the most profitable department within eBay.

28). Your Accountant Will Agree: Leasing a Car For Your Business is the Way To Go.  By : Tom Kline
One of the many important financial decisions of a business owner is whether to lease or purchase motor vehicles for the business. RK Auto Group recommends leasing for several reasons: Leasing strengthens your financial statement and upgrades your companyís image by providing sharper-looking vehicles at a cheaper price.

29). Need A Solution For Costly Automotive Repairs?  By : John Whelan
Knowledge is power and in the case of auto repairs we need to know the language and be on our toes when it comes to putting money back in our pocket.

30). Carburetor, Carburettor, Carburetter, Tomato Can?  By : James Monahan
The carburetor was invented by Wilhem Maybach. As an associate of Gottlieb Daimler, Maybach designed and developed the carburetor from which modern models are adapted from today.

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