Category: Automotive Repair

How We Save Money from Car Maintenance

As cars evolve in a need less frequent care, maintenance and replacement costs can also be a big lost in your wallet. But, you can make smart decisions in reducing budget on repairs and replacement. Find out more.

Maintenance can be costly. It is convenient and time consuming to schedule your car on maintenance but if you want to save money, there is a better way. This is by doing the upholding by yourself. There are many tips on saving money from car maintenance. Read more to know them.

Engine oil and filter

Replace the engine oil by yourself at minimum of 4 times year depending on the distance of your daily trip. If you don’t drive often, you can change the oil twice a year. Older cars are advised to change oil every 3000 miles, but manufacturers suggested 5000 miles or even up to 7500 miles between intervals. You … Read More

How to Pass Your Driving Theory Test

Passing the driving theory test requires considerable test preparation. At time of writing, there are two sections. The first of these is worth a total of 50 marks that contains 45 multiple choice questions and then a case study worth an additional five marks. The seconds a hazard perception test where the exam sitter must identify hazards.

The basic thing is be confident. All you have to do is don’t be nervous and believe with your own ability. Before the day you have driving test, you can practice driving by yourself with having a little trip with your friends. So, if the driving test day has come, you will not be nervous anymore. Believe in yourself and your ability.

Don’t be afraid if you are in the rudder. Sometimes when we hold a rudder, we will feel scared. Stop that! One criteria of being success is about courage. If you … Read More

Perspectives on Inner City Biking Lanes

A lot more research needs to be done in the realm of transportation engineering and creating safer driving environments for everyone. By everyone, we mean drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists alike. Studying the interactions of drivers and bicyclists is a great indication of how shared road space is actually utilized in the urban environment and how it may be improved. Read on to find out our perspectives on inner-city biking lanes.

If you’re a biker you know there are great risks when biking along a shared road with cars. It makes you uneasy and always alert. However, you get in your car and understand the hassles of sharing the road with bicyclists. Transportation engineers are faced with the challenge of creating safe roads for different uses and when many uses are active at one time, it may be a headache to make sure adequate road space is provided for all types … Read More

Forklift Licenses And Where to Get a Forklift License

You may be wondering where you get forklift licenses, since forklift certification is an emerging thing. But forklift operators are in demand. So a lot of people already employed as industrial workers are trying to acquire licenses in order to upgrade their recognised skills, which often results in a pay-rise and/or promotion.

Many companies want to hire, or favour people who can already drive a forklift and hold a license. So if you’re already able to operate a forklift, it can often be easier for you when applying for a job.

From a business owners viewpoint, having multiple well-trained people covers you if someone goes sick, because there are replacements for them. However it’s often necessary, and a worthwhile investment to train existing employees too.

There are a few things you should consider when it comes to acquiring a forklift license, whether you are doing it yourself, or sending staff … Read More

New Mercury With A Not-so-new Name

The 2008 version of Montego will no longer be called by its original name because it will now be using Mercury Sable, a familiar old name in the past. Mercury Sable is set to invade showrooms with a new level of style sophistication and with greater power.

The 2008 Mercury Sable, unveiled at the 2007 Chicago Auto Show, offers aficionados a more confident ride and handling with its new set of remarkable features. Aside from unique design, refined features and improved power, its overall appeal could set it apart in the market.

When asked about the use of an old name as replacement, Mark Fields, Ford?s President of the Americas said, ?[Consumer] awareness of Sable is triple that of Montego.? The Sable?s new grille digs a little deeper into the brands new DNA, drawing cues from its redesigned sibling – Mercury Mariner, an SUV. The bumper beneath the grille is … Read More