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Jeep’s First Civilian Car

When the United States entered World War II in 1941, the automotive industry quickly switched to over to making war machinery. While “war machinery” meant aircraft, tanks and guns for many, some manufacturers still made vehicles. Willys Corporation was one of them....

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Do You Have Cloudy Headlight Lenses?

Most automotive headlight lenses made within the last 20 years are made of polycarbonate plastic. Polycarbonate is a clear, hard plastic which is very popular because provides a strong protective shell for a car’s internal headlight bulbs. Unfortunately,...

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8 Outstanding Driving Experiences

One of life’s greatest pleasures is a drive through a nationally known scenic area. There are a lot of truly beautiful areas in this country and all it just takes a car and some time off to enjoy them. We spoke with Palmer Dodge of Roswell, GA, a Chrysler, Dodge,...

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The Latest Update on Wheel Weights

Bans on the use of lead weights, efforts to reduce vehicle weight to improve fuel economy, and the popularity of custom wheels are creating more wheel weight choices for passenger tire dealers. Read full post here. Earthgarage – Greener Car. Fatter...

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Seat belts should be used with airbags

Seat belts started to appear as an optional feature in cars during the 1950s. The first automobile manufacturer to actually install seat belts as a standard feature was Volvo in 1959. At first they were quite controversial. Many people were thought they were...

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Camping in Style with a Tent Trailer

Going to a campground and pitching a tent is the standard way to go camping. It’s easy, it’s fun and it’s inexpensive. If you want to take it up a notch in comfort level, though, you could consider a tent trailer. They are a great alternative to standard tent camping...

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Fuel economy top of mind

Saving the planet and reducing fuel bills sounds like a win-win for every car buyer. And both outcomes appear to be gaining at least some ground when you look at the results of a consumer survey that places fuel efficiency top among car-buying factors. Of 1,006...

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