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Prepare Your Car for a Safe Summer on the Road

Prepare Your Car for a Safe Summer on the Road   CHARLOTTE, NC – (June 9, 2008) – With summer just around the corner, Americans are planning their summer getaways.  And with rising fuel costs, more and more of them will forego air travel in favor of road trips.  Make no mistake, with the high price ...

Draft Revised Recovery Plan for Mojave Population of the Desert Tortoise Released

[Federal Register: August 4, 2008 (Volume 73, Number 150)] ----------------------------------------------------------------------- DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR - Fish and Wildlife Service Draft Revised Recovery Plan for Mojave Population of the Desert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) AGENCY: Fish and ...

Time to start thinking about winter tires...yes...already.

 A quick guide of pointers in selecting snow and winter tires from Tires By Web. /24-7PressRelease/ - LANSING, MI, August 29, 2008 - Summer has indeed been glorious, but the nights are already getting colder for many of us and it's time to start planning for colder weather. So aside from stocking u...

Biodiesel

One of the ways to make driving more sustainable is to reduce the world's dependence on non-renewable resources. By developing vehicles capable of running on renewable fuels, such as biodiesel, we're addressing concerns about the environmental impact of driving.{loadposition ads_in_article} Biodiese...

Ethanol Facts

How does operating a vehicle on E85 reduce CO2 (greenhouse gas) emissions by about 25%? Consuming E85, a fuel made from natural biomass, does not contribute to greenhouse gas accumulations because the carbon from the natural biomass would have been released naturally into the earth's atmosphere when...

10 Eco-Driving Tips for Everyone

Below are a few tips to help drivers conserve fuel and save money at the pump, while at the same time helping the environment and improving traffic safety. {loadposition ads_in_article}Slow down and watch speed – Drive 55 miles per hour instead of 65 to save fuel. EPA estimates a 10-15 percent im...

Auto Care Myths Busted

Goodwrench Busts Auto Care Myths One Myth at a Time - Effort begins by educating consumers that 3,000-mile oil changes are a thing of the past GRAND BLANC, Mich . – Goodwrench is sending a few automotive maintenance myths to the scrap heap in an effort to help consumers save money, time and wear and...

4x4Wire Tech Archive

4x4Wire General 4x4 Tech Articles and Information Archives Versatile Hardmount Onboard Air System - With proper preparation, designing and installing a versatile onboard system that looks as good as it performs can be quite rewarding. Using common parts, this article walks through a well-designed OB...

Staun Internal Beadlock Install

Long ago, wheelers learned that lower tire pressure improves on trail performance.  And, lower tire pressure also added a risk to the trail ride -- the risk that tire and and rims would separate.  Keeping tire and rim together lead to the development of “beadlocks”.  Staun Products provides a a new ...

Daystar Hood Wrangler Install

[img]pictures/articles/jeep/daystar-hood/dsc_0158-1.jpg[/img]Every JK owner will notice that strange little hood movement known as “hood flutter”.  That is when you pass a semi on an windy day and you see your hood start to lift.  The 2007 and newer JK Wrangler stock hood latches are prone to stretc...


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