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Hybrid Cars The Pros And Cons Of Hybrid Vehicles

on June 28th, 2009 in Car Power by | No Comments

Have you ever taken a look at the recent gasoline prices lately? If you have and you didn’t really take much notice of it, then you may either be very rich or you are clueless. Gasoline prices today are ridiculously high and are continuing to rise. It’s going to be…

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Diesel Fuel

on June 24th, 2009 in Car Power by | No Comments

If you have been keeping a close eye on fuel prices lately you will notice that diesel fuel is still a better deal. Only certain vehicles are set up to operate on this type of fuel though. Of course many people choose to buy a pickup that operates on diesel…

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Hybrid Cars The Future Of Transportation

on June 19th, 2009 in Car Power by | 1 Comment

In the past, people find an electric powered car to be a ridiculous idea. However, with today’s fuel crisis and declining economy, a lot of people are now turning to this technology to save money on gasoline. We have to face the fact that with today’s world oil prices and…

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Georgia

on June 19th, 2009 in Car Power by | No Comments

It will take several hours to pass through Georgia on US Route 1, yet it only passes through one large city, Augusta, at the very northern end of the state, and ends at Folkston a very small town, on the southern end. It is a rural route, passing through many…

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Convertible Incredible

on June 18th, 2009 in Car Power by | No Comments

What can be more appealing than driving a convertible? Convertible sports cars, with their sleek and sophisticated looks, are much in demand in the market. For someone who is hoping to snag his own top-down, here are some of the models he needs to consider: 1. 2005 BMW Z4 Sure,…

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Porsche turbo 1975 – now

on June 17th, 2009 in Car Power by | No Comments

In 1975 Porsche introduced the first Turbo. The engineers experienced this new engine and Chairman Ernst Fuhrman decided that they could use a turbo on a production car. The first prototype was displayed at several European shows in 1973. In 1974, “911 Turbo” went on sale and at the time…

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Lemon law details

on June 14th, 2009 in Car Power by | No Comments

When it comes to buying anything in the United States there is a consumer law that protects us from purchasing defective goods – the lemon law is a great example of this. This applies even to vehicles and motorcycles. However, there are different rules in different states and it may…

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Hybrid Cars The Future Of Cars Is Finally Here

on June 10th, 2009 in Car Power by | No Comments

With gasoline prices at an all time high and is still continuing to go up then pair it with a poorly performing economy, we can never really be surprised on why people are now selling their cars or even trading it in with a new type of car that promises…

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Florida Mainland

on June 3rd, 2009 in Car Power by | No Comments

Route 1 enters into Florida with little fan fair and no town for a few miles. A small town emerges finally; Hillard, and it is the only town you see until you get to Jacksonville. Finally-you are in Florida! From now on, it is going to be hard to stay…

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Hybrid Cars Can It Really Deliver Its Promises

on June 1st, 2009 in Car Power by | No Comments

It is a fact that people today are now complaining about the price of gasoline. With the poor performance of the economy, who wouldn’t? Also, we see people complain about global warming and its very disturbing effects on our environment. Because of these things, more and more people are now…

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