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These are a great compilation of things you could do to your car if any of your car components' become malfunction. Creative yet funny. Anyway, it is strictly not recommended due to safety issue."when you gamble with safety, you bet your life". So please don't copy this action. Only for humor. Enjoy!













Honda Flying Car


Honda with its motto the Power of Dream, is making another revolution in concept car design. Honda air is a new vehicle concept designed by Honda’s advanced design studio in Pasadena, California. The concept was created for the 1000 pound car design challenge put on by the Los Angeles Auto Show. The vehicle takes its lightweight inspiration from skydiving and roller coasters, using compressed air to powered its pneumatic regulator system.
This system utilizes turbo vacuums and external air-flow to regenerate tank pressure for extended range and increased boost for an estimated 100 miles. To keep the car lightweight, all components are mounted directly to the chassis, eliminating unnecessary structures. The exterior is made from vegetable based plastic wrapped around the body with an open-air style. the concept is estimated to weigh only 800 pounds.





Tips Buy Car Online

Buying a car online might seem like a risky proposition. If you follow some sensible precautions, though, it can be quick, convenient and a great way to find a real bargain.
Buying and selling can be done via free classified ads sites and paid for ones too. There are also online auction sites. With any website that are selling cars, you will always find unscrupulous individuals looking to make money without actually selling you a car. Unfortunately, this is the nature of the beast, but depending on which site you use, you'll have a degree of protection. Sites that provide more space for photographs and other information, will give you a better idea of the vehicle's condition.
Before you buy, arm yourself with some research on the kind of price you can expect to pay for the sort of car that you're looking for. There are various websites that can help you to do this. You can also review completed listings on other sites to see what price the car's finally sold for. This will give you a good idea of the usual price range.
A reputable seller will normally take full advantage of the extra space offered by a website to post lots of pictures of the interior and exterior of the car, along with extensive descriptions. Honest sellers will include photographs of any rust, dents, scratches or other damage to the car so that you can make an informed decision. Be extremely wary of listing with only a few images, especially if they look as if they were lifted from a catalogue rather than taken by an ordinary person.
You should be especially cautious of any listings that are priced much lower than you would normally expect, especially if the car is very new. These are almost certainly fake. There will usually be some kind of cover story - the seller has debts or financial obligations he must discharge immediately, the seller is moving abroad shortly and needs a quick sale - in an attempt to explain away the unusually low price and win sympathy for the seller. Don't fall for these yarns, however, as they are classic signs of a scam.
Never forget to run an HPI check on any car you wish to buy. When you buy, you become the legal owner of the car so you must make sure it has a clean history. Some sites offer inexpensive checks of the cars listed, to ensure that they have been come by legally. If not, there are sites and companies that can do this.
Some sites require that buyers and sellers register a unique user ID with the site. The user's profile has records of their buying and selling history, including how long they've been a member of the site and what feedback they have received from other users. If you see that a seller has received one or two pieces of negative feedback in the past, you can take a look and see how the dispute was handled. This will give you a good idea of how the seller is likely to respond if any problems come up.
As well as sellers with large amounts of negative feedback, you should be wary of sellers who have only registered very recently, especially if they somehow have large amounts of positive feedback. Online criminals employ shills and multiple accounts to artificially boost their feedback rating. A long-standing profile with just a little negative feedback is much more reliable than a new profile with no feedback or only positive ratings.

Nissan Skyline R34



Nissan Skyline R34 GT-T the last of its generation it looks are cross between the R33 and R32 a fabulous looking car. The interior was updated again to give the car a more modern feel. Improvements from the previous model included a much stiffer chassis to aid handling and a revision of the RB25DET now called the RB25DET NEO.

The new Neo engine has a considerable torque improvement; 343nm is now achieved at 3200rpm the previous nissan skyline had a maximum of 295NM at 4800RPM, outright power was also improved to 206kw. Changes to the engine included a new NEO head which contains solid lifters and revised variable valve timing A slightly larger exhaust housing on the turbo is used to improve flow, and the compressor wheel is now made of Nylon to reduce lag. A larger side mounted intercooler was also added and is efficient for levels up-to 200rwkw. Acceleration times remain similar to the nissan skyline R33 as it is a slightly heavier car.





How to Save Money on Fuel During Summer

As the days get warmer, you tend to see less and less cars on the road and more people on the paths, however your car will still be necessary this summer and you could do with knowing how to save some money on fuel whilst driving in the heat.
Drivers in the summer tend to do two things when they first step into a car, either wind down the windows or put the air conditioning on. Both effective methods of providing a cool breeze into the car but which one is most fuel efficient? Some think that the air conditioning is better as it doesn't create extra drag on the car, whereas other believe that opening the windows is better as air condition uses extra fuel to run.
Both of these are correct however they both become more fuel efficient at different times of driving. At high speeds the air conditioning is a better option to save fuel in the summer as it hardly uses any extra fuel. However when moving slowly the air conditioning uses 15% more fuel. Opening the windows is more fuel efficient at lower speeds as the drag created isn't great enough to cause a massive difference to fuel consumption. However at high speeds the air conditioning doesn't use as much fuel and the drag on the car becomes a lot greater with the windows open, which results in the car using more fuel.
Another way to save money on fuel this summer is to not carry around any unnecessary weight in your car. More weight in your car means you have more to pull along and therefore it uses more fuel! Take out anything unnecessary that may be in your car and you should get more from your fuel this summer. When on your driving lessons you will notice that nothing unnecessary is in the car weighing it down.
Check your car tyre pressure, as the temperature changes so could that. Your car tyres can slightly deflate when the weather changes and wheels that aren't inflated find it harder to roll and use more fuel. To save money on fuel this summer make sure you're regularly checking your tyre pressure. Many have tried over inflating their tyres to save even more fuel, however this doesn't work as you would think, reduces traction to the road and creates excessive wear to the middle of the tyre.
On your driving lessons you learn how to plan and scan far in front to be able to anticipate when to accelerate and brake. Although you may not realise it, this is a skill taught so that you're using less fuel by harshly braking and wasting the kinetic energy that you produce by burning your fuel.
Stick to the above tips and you will save money on your fuel this summer as well as make driving more comfortable!
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Simple Car Maintenance Tips That Will Help Your Car Last Longer

Cars are not designed to run indefinitely without periodic car maintenance. If you wait until problems occur, you'll probably end up damaging your car and paying a lot more than if you take care of your car on a regular basis. By doing these simple maintenance tasks, you can expect to get years of service out of your car.
1. Change the oil according to the manufacturer's recommended car maintenance schedule. For most vehicles, this is every 3,750 miles or every three months, whichever comes first. Changing the oil ensures that your engine oil is clean and at the right levels, which helps the engine keep running smoothly.
2. Check the radiator to ensure it is full and have a professional check the level of anti-freeze in your cooling system. If it overheats, this can cause significant damage that you could have avoided with some basic cooling system maintenance.
3. Inspect your car on a regular basis, and take the time to learn what to look for. The gauges can clue you in that there's a problem your mechanic should look at. Repairing a chipped window before it turns into a huge crack is a lot less expensive than replacing the entire windshield and a lot less hassle as well.
4. Go to the same mechanic for all of your work, even if it's the most basic things. By going to a single mechanic, he'll notice things you may not about your car and can give you car maintenance advice that a mechanic seeing it for the first time may miss.
5. Clean your car, inside and out, on a regular basis. Allowing dirt and grime to sit on your vehicle can damage it, causing the upholstery to wear out faster or the paint to start chipping. If possible, park your car in a garage or under a carport to keep it dry and help prevent rust.
6. Check your tire pressure with a pressure gauge and use a pump to fill them to the correct levels. This will help them to wear more evenly, and it also helps with increasing your gas mileage. When the weather changes is an important time to check the air pressure since temperature does affect air pressure.
Although you have to pay for car maintenance, these small costs are much easier on your budget than the big ones you'll have to pay if you neglect your car. Replacing major systems is expensive, as is getting an entirely new car if yours breaks down beyond reasonable repair sooner than it would have if you had taken care of it.
By finding the right car maintenance service, you can potentially save yourself thousands of dollars in the long run. Because of the great service he always receives, Russel Spinella uses Brakes Plus as his go to auto repair shop.

BMW i3 Electric Car


BMW claim that it's new $35,000 Chevy Volt-beater will have 99 miles of range from its rear-mounted electric motor and floor-mounted batteries. BMW (being BMW) is also claiming 100 mph for the car's top speed, and the i3 could bring the equivalent of 150 horsepower. Cargo will be divided between the rear seats and in the front trunk (a la the original, rear-engine VW Beetle). Much of the body will be made of carbon-reinforced plastic. 

Wireless charging is one intriguing concepts we hope makes it to market. In conjunction with industrial giant Siemens, BMW is working on a magnetic field charging system, like those used in wireless laptop and cell phone charging pads, where a car would parked above a charging station. At that point, a coilin both the ground and the vehicle would recognize each other and begin the charge. This beats having your Volt or Prius PHV plugged in via wire at a garage or mall for a few hours, where vandalism or other hazards exist.
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