Winters with their unpredictable nature can be challenging for vehicles. Ice, snow, sand and salt that come in enormous quantities during cold winter days can damage your car’s wheels as well as paint. As spring is finally here, you might feel the need to roll up your sleeves and clean your car after a long, gray and grimy winter.
Green is not one of the most popular colors when it comes to buying a new car. Most of us would rather go for something more neutral, like black, gray, dark blue, silver or maybe red.
There’s nothing more annoying than getting a dent on your newly purchased car. Even if you’re a careful driver, you can’t always avoid falling pine cones, wrongly parked cars or pebbles that hit your car when you’re on the road. Since getting a dent removed by a professional can be unbelievably expensive, many of us would never consider fixing them.
Almost all of us have been driving a car since late teens. Cars are our best friends and we can’t even imagine living without them. However, our vehicles can sometimes break down when we least expect it.
“Start your engines!” This famous command has been cheering up American nation as well as millions of other motorsport fans around the world for almost 70 years. America has always been in love with speed, and this was also one of the main reasons why stock car racing was born.