It’s #ThrowbackThursday and we bring to you the most amazing vintage cars that will make you wish you were born 50 years back so that you could buy them. You may have seen these at classic car shows, and if you are extremely lucky (and wealthy), you may even be the proud owner of one of these! (more…)
We’re amazed by the amount of technology that makes our daily life easier and hassle-free. With advancement in technology, car invention is growing by leaps and bounds. The auto industry is creating new technologies to stun us whether be it for entertainment, pure innovation, usefulness or simple safety. (more…)
One of the most talked about and hotly debated topics in contemporary times, is environment protection. We often hear how natural resources are depleting and how harmful pollution is for the environment as well as our personal health. Conventional vehicles that are used widely run on finite fossil fuels like gasoline or diesel and emit harmful chemicals as by-products on combustion. Hence the need for alternative fuel is on the rise and the automobile industry is on the path to hybridization. Among the many substitutes, a notable term making the rounds is “hydrogen economy”, and one of the primary objectives will be fuelling automobiles using hydrogen energy. (more…)
With fuel prices soaring high, it’s evidently important to take care of gas mileage. The opportunity to lessen gas consumption and enhance gas mileage offers a win-win situation. But did you know the way you drive can affect the fuel consumption? Well, here are three essential ways that won’t promise to give you playboy lifestyle but it will surely improve your fuel economy and you save few bucks every month.
Your driving habit can have a huge impact on gas mileage and your pocket. Follow these tips when you’re behind the wheel.
- A green light signal doesn’t mean the start of a road race. High-speed driving uses both fuel and emissions. Driving 65 mph instead of 75 can reduce your fuel up to 20 percent. And if you make slow stops and starts, it will save more fuel.
- Don’t accelerate rapidly or clump on the brakes. Go slow on throttle. It will save fuel as well as depreciation on brakes. (more…)
After investing ample amount of time, money and effort, you have bought your favorite car. However, buying a car is not the end. A car is incomplete without its proper accessories. You think your super stereo or racing seats is enough to make car worthy of driving, well you might be wrong. Apart from add-ons, there are few accessories that are must for driving. Whether you are going for road trip or driving for a business trip, it’s good to carry essential items to ensure your safety. Imagine you lost directions or you get flat tire or your cell phone can’t catch network, and there’s no help on the way. What do you do? Well, you do not have to panic for the same; just few accessories in your car can save you from any crisis. Make sure you have the following five accessories next time you go for driving.
GPS: Maps are useful but we are often confused with directions. However, real-time instructions can save lot of time wandering roads or stuck on highway. You need GPS- Global Positioning Systems, a synchronized navigation system with updated maps to gauge location. GPS uses satellites to identify car’s location and maps to find and determine directions. With GPS, it’s virtually impossible to lose directions—if you take a wrong turn, it figures out the right way and quickly updates the route. New updated GPS offers other features such as menus for close by restaurants, info about gas price, and speed limits on different route. This is one such precious accessory that makes you a smart driver. (more…)