Monthly Archives: December 2013

10 Common Car Buying Mistakes

10 Common Car Buying Mistakes

Walking onto a car lot can feel like a train wreck in slow motion: At every turn you get a little more derailed, until finally you’re off the tracks entirely and the dealership has what it wants: your entire bank account. Part of the problem is the sheer number of variables involved in negotiating the sale: the price, the options, the financing, the monthly payment, maybe a trade-in. You should methodically research and consider every conceivable scenario before setting foot on a dealer’s lot. Otherwise, dealers will do everything they can to tilt the transaction in their favor. “They’re looking at making money off you in stages,” says Jeff Bartlett, deputy online editor for autos at Consumer Reports, “so ... read more

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The Flying Car has Arrived

The Flying Car has Arrived

A New Dimension of Freedom! Its here, the flying car. Can you believe it. Starting at $274,000. I has all the controls of a small aircraft and when you land, just drive it right off the airport landing pad to the house! It is called the Terrafugia. Comes equipped with everything a normal car has such as steering wheel, turning signals, gas petal and breaks. But then has everything that a airplane would have with all flight controls. “We have been dreaming about flying cars since the turn of the 20th century.  The Transition® street-legal airplane is the first step on the road to the practical flying car.  Terrafugia’s vision for the future is the TF-X™: a bold concept intended to lead the creation of a new industry and bring personal aviation into the mainstream.  We’re starting with proven technology and our product roadmap is designed to make personal aviation progressively safer and more accessible to a broader segment of the population ... read more

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Protecting Your Classic Car at a Car Show

Protecting Your Classic Car at a Car Show

If you’re bringing your classic car to a car show its best to keep an eye on it or have someone keep an eye on it at all times. If possible try and put a rope up around it so people can just look and not touch. After the thousands of dollars and countless hours of work put in to your car make sure that your protecting it. Yes and then there are the kids with their handprints, often eating snow cones and cotton candy at car shows. And not to be outdone, mom is usually wearing lots of jewelry, much of it metallic, and that too will scratch. A perfectly flawless paint job is hard to come by, especially if the car is a daily driver, or is driven around once in a while on the weekends. After all, it only takes one door ding or one shopping cart to put a small crease in the side, on that once perfect paint job. The first thing I recommend you do when you take your car to a classic car show is to put a sign on an easel with all the information and digital picture ... read more

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