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How to Change a Flat Tire: Step by Step

Posted on June 29, 2020 by Benny Werkhoven
It can happen to anyone, no matter how old or new your vehicle.And, it can happen in the most unlikely of places in the most inconvenient conditions.A flat tire is something which everyone should understand how to fix or change, especially in situations where you're not a member of a traveling club that can come out and fix it for you or you're in a remote area where you can't call for support...

Engine Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Posted on May 22, 2020 by Benny Werkhoven
Most of us get tired and have felt depressed at times, but have you ever considered that your engine may experience the same manifestations?The early signs of Engine Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ECFS) is a strong, noticeable lethargy that simply overpowers your motor.The profound weakness doesn't evaporate with extra fuel feedings, oil changes, spark plug replacements, etc...

Four Tips for Car Buyers

Posted on April 26, 2020 by Benny Werkhoven
Americans like to buy a car at the dealership in one afternoon, and the dealerships try very hard to make you feel that's possible and even smart.However, it's not.Realize how big a purchase a car is.And it's complicated.Purchasing a car is your second-largest purchase most people make after buying a house...

In the Beginning: Mercury Automobiles

Posted on March 10, 2020 by Benny Werkhoven
Mercury was established in 1939 as a brand within the Ford Motor Company.Initially, the idea was to make a car that dropped between the popular, low-priced Ford and the luxury model.To do so, they created the Mercury Marauder.In the 1960's an enthusiasm for race car driving was sweeping the country...

Child Restraint Discussion For Motorists

Posted on February 21, 2020 by Benny Werkhoven
Any child below the age of 14, whilst traveling in a car, back or front, must wear a seat belt or proper restraint.The most effective way for younger children to travel in cars is in a child seat that is suitable for their size and weight.The wearing of these restraints will greatly increase their odds of survival, should the vehicle they're in participate in a crash...