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Ferrari History

Ferrari History

An Italian carmaker, Ferrari S.p.A founded in 1929 as Scuderia Ferrari. The company is headquartered in Maranello, Italy. Initially, the company was involved in sponsoring drivers and manufactured race vehicles. Later in 1947, the company started its operations as Ferrari S.p.A with a production of street legal vehicles. All over its history, Ferrari has been […]

Hummer History

Hummer History

The first Hummer was designed and manufactured by AM General Corporation in 1992. Hummer was in fact a brand known for manufacturing trucks and SUVs. In 1992, AM General Corporation started producing and selling a civilian version of the M998 Humvee. However, the brand was purchased by General Motors (GM) in 1998 and manufactured three […]

Attractive Features of Porsche Cayman Discussed

Attractive Features of Porsche Cayman Discussed

Usually the mid-engine mechanical of the Porsche Cayman are similar to the second generation Boxster but due to the fact that the structure of this car is even more rigid they have proven to the better driving vehicle than the others. Porsche Cayman is known to be a combination of sharp as well as great […]

What Type and Grade of Gasoline Should You Use?

What Type and Grade of Gasoline Should You Use?

The car’s handbook, and sometimes a label near the fuel filler, says what type and grade of fuel you should use. Petrol Most petrol cars on the road now run on unleaded fuel and those with catalytic converters can only be run on it. Petrol with a lead substitute is still available on some forecourts […]

Why and When Cars Need Servicing?

Why and When Cars Need Servicing?

Cars are complex machines and though a lot has been done to reduce the servicing they need, they still need it in order to work efficiently and remain safe. It used to be common for cars to need servicing every 5,000 or 6,000 miles, though usually this was an oil change at, say, 6,000 and […]

Types of Car Security Systems

Types of Car Security Systems

Theft from cars and, of course, theft of them is a big problem, so car-makers build in increasing levels of security. But security devices are only any good if you use them properly. Read up on them in your car’s handbook and remember they are all rendered useless if you ‘give’ the thief the key […]

Running in a New Car - Should You Do This?

Running in a New Car – Should You Do This?

Even if your car manufacturer hasn’t recommended a running in procedure on a new car, it is still wise to treat it with some consideration. The reason for this is to allow the machinery to bed in, though manufacturing tolerances on modern cars are so close that a lengthy running-in period is no longer necessary. […]

How to Spot Tyre Faults

How to Spot Tyre Faults

When you check tyres you must also look for damage and wear. Deep cuts, showing the reinforcing, mean immediate replacement is essential, as does any sign of the tyre breaking up, like missing bits of tread. A less obvious danger is a lump or distortion in the tyre sidewall. This means air is getting between […]

How to Select the Right Ventilation System for Your Cars

How to Select the Right Ventilation System for Your Cars

Ventilation systems on cars have improved greatly over the years with even the most basic systems now offering fine control over how much air comes in and where it goes. Handbooks generally show this with lots of diagrams of where the hot and cool air goes on various settings. If you pay attention to these […]

How to Repair Tire Punctures

How to Repair Tire Punctures

Repairs must be done by qualified technicians. Unfortunately, not all punctures are repairable, which may mean scrapping a nearly new tyre, but your safety is at stake. Unrepairable damage Punctures in the sidewall, or close to it, can’t be repaired and neither can large holes, like where a large stone has gone through. The maximum […]