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The Obstacles Faced by an Average Car Accident Victim

Auto Service World

Car accidents are, unfortunately, unavoidable sometimes. The occasional chaotic nature of someone’s poor judgment or poor driving conditions might lead to accidents. When the accident is because of a party’s outright negligence, the aggrieved party may experience a lot of … The post The Obstacles Faced by an Average Car Accident Victim appeared first on Auto Service World.

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Harley-Davidson Speed Glider Blends Stock Cruiser Looks with Custom Bagger Vibes

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Harley-Davidson is a very old company, and a major contributor to the fact it reach 121 years old, going through a major recession, two world wars, and countless corporate problems, is its ability to innovate. The Milwaukee-based bike maker has been responsible over the decades for a number of bright and exciting ideas that have defined the industry.

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How Car Accidents Can Impact Your Brain

Auto Service World

The sudden and violent nature of car accidents subjects the brain to immense trauma. During a collision, the brain can be jolted within the skull, leading to injuries such as concussions, contusions, and diffuse axonal injuries. Even in accidents where … The post How Car Accidents Can Impact Your Brain appeared first on Auto Service World.

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Rare 1957 Dodge Coronet Lancer Sat 37 Years Untouched, Now Lives Again With a Hemi Heart

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Chrysler speared ahead of the pack in the mid-50s, proposing its famous design language that paved the way for the American industry for the rest of the decade and influenced the early sixties automobiles. Virgil Exner was the ChryCo head of design, and his ‘Forward Look’ cars looked like a million dollars - let’s just take a moment to remember the Chrysler 300 letter series.

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Alliance adds new category manager

Auto Service World

Denton Lewis has been promoted to category manager by the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance. He will lead a team of product data analysts and represent the Alliance’s head office and Auto Value shareholder members through business interactions with manufacturing partner organizations … The post Alliance adds new category manager appeared first on Auto Service World.

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Waze Quietly Releases New Interface Update, Good News for CarPlay Users

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Waze is getting through a lot of changes these days, and not all are publicly announced by the parent company. In addition to the major feature update that is now rolling out to users worldwide, and which includes warnings for speed bumps and. ( continue reading.

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Ford Mustang donations highlight automotive education ecosystem

Autoblog: Repairs

Filed under: Ford , Car Dealers , Auto Repair , Convertible , Coupe , Performance Continue reading Ford Mustang donations highlight automotive education ecosystem Ford Mustang donations highlight automotive education ecosystem originally appeared on Autoblog on Sat, 8 Jun 2024 09:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Common Myths About Collision Repair Debunked

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Many drivers have the wrong idea about collision repair. It’s essential to know what’s true and what’s not. Today’s cars need specific repair info and tools.

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Wanna Bet You Won't Guess How Much This Ferrari Purosangue Costs?

autoevolution

There was a time when an SUV from an exotic car brand like Ferrari or Lamborghini was completely out of the question. However, the increasing demand for such models has given us the Ferrari Purosangue, Lamborghini Urus, Aston Martin DBX, and some luxury proposals from Bentley and Rolls-Royce, like the Bentayga and Cullinan, respectively. Porsche also has t. ( continue reading.

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RNR Tire Express to give away NASCAR tickets for Father’s Day promotion

Tire Review Magazine

For this year’s Father’s Day promotion, RNR Tire Express is offering one dad and his family an all-expenses paid trip to a NASCAR race that includes “premium” tickets, pit passes, travel accommodations, a driver meet-and-greet with photos, food, drinks and more. This year’s giveaway will feature all 195 franchise locations across the country.

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Ridden: Fiido Air - The Ultra-Light, Tech-Packed Carbon Fiber e-Bike You'll Love

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Though it's been a handful of years since e-bikes have gone mainstream and battery and components tech has evolved at a rapid pace, the old rule still holds true: an e-bike will always be heavier, bigger, and generally more cluttered than a standard pedal bicycle. But what if it wasn't? Then, that e-bike would be the Air from Fiido. Officially called the Fiido Air Carbon Fiber Electric Bike and ( continue reading.

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RNR Tire Express to give away NASCAR tickets for Father’s Day promotion

Tire Review Magazine

For this year’s Father’s Day promotion, RNR Tire Express is offering one dad and his family an all-expenses paid trip to a NASCAR race that includes “premium” tickets, pit passes, travel accommodations, a driver meet-and-greet with photos, food, drinks and more. This year’s giveaway will feature all 195 franchise locations across the country.

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1968 Buick Riviera GS Tucked Away for Decades Emerges With Allegedly Super-Rare Color

autoevolution

The 1968 Riviera received a major refresh, and many people believed the facelift contributed to Buick's amazing sales for the entire model year. The company sold over 652,000 cars, and the Riviera accounted for approximately 50,000 units. However, 1968 was a good model year for most carmakers, so Buick wasn't the only company to benefit from an increased appetite for new cars. ( continue reading.

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Fastest Speeding Tickets And Tungsten Cubes In This Week's Car Culture Roundup

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The Tesla Cybertruck is unlike most trucks that have come before it, and thus it has attracted a new set of buyers who wouldn’t normally drive a big pickup. Owning and driving a truck that’s over 18 feet long, nearly 8 feet wide, and built like a Frigidaire isn’t for the faint of heart, as one Salt Lake City man… Read more.

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This Affordable Trailer Is a Cozy Micro Camper With a Simple yet Functional Living Space

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Most of the micro campers I've written about lately were vans. Today, I'm switching things up and checking out a micro camper based on a tiny trailer. Micro campers might not be for everybody, but they can be excellent ( continue reading.

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Fun Bikes, Thirsty Hovercrafts And Nasty Airplanes In This Week's Beyond Cars Roundup

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The Honda Grom is maybe the most fun anyone can have on two wheels. Team Red has managed to make Americans care about small-bore motorcycles again, and after three successful generations, the Grom is getting another reskin for 2025. The pint-sized powersports icon is back for another go-around of ripping up your city… Read more.

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Ford Crown Victoria With a V12 Tank Engine Is Such a Tease

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A friend of mine recently told me how much he loved Cars 3. I realized I hadn't seen it yet, even though it appeared in 2017. After watching it last night, it left me with a strong sense of hope for the future. Sometimes, people who don't know me don't know how to interpret my love for cars. Some think I'm crazy; others say I should grow up and move on.

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Chrysler Imperial, A Honda Civic Si And A Mazda RX-7 In This Week's Car Buying Roundup

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The seller of today’s Nice Price or No Dice Imperial claims it to be the “last of the big MOPAR luxury cars” and says it’s a “a real cool guys car.” Let’s see if it comes with a particularly hot price. - Rob Emslie Read More Read more.

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Box Truck Was Turned Into a Luxurious Apartment on Wheels That "Flies" Under the Radar

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If stealthiness is your game, consider converting a box truck into a camper. A couple, Eric and Ashley, did this, turning a box truck into an inconspicuous, beautifully designed tiny home on wheels. Of course, box trucks aren't the only vehicles suitable for ( continue reading.

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Google vs. The Great Copy Machine in the Sky

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The internet has been referred to as the largest copy machine that humanity has ever produced. In fact, this is by design. The internet copies every character, every action and every thought we make while surfing. To send a single message across the web actually requires that the entire message is copied dozens of times as every bit must pass through software, memory, cache, servers, routers and back again at least.

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BMW's CO2 Emissions Scoreboard Backfires, Drivers Compete To Pollute More

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BMW owners can access a multitude of data points if they agree to allow their car to collect more driving details than necessary. One nifty implementation is the CO2 emissions tool that tells customers if they drive as efficiently as other members of the BMW family. Some treat it as a challenge, but not in the way the automaker envisioned. Automakers are forced to go beyond car manufacturing in this day and age.

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Woke Cars, Evil Cars And Cars That Unite Us In This Week's QOTD Roundup

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Pickup trucks ; the car buying public loves them with some 12.3 million sold in 2023 alone. Some would assume that with all these sales, there can’t be a single pickup model on the market that’s bad. According to our readers though, you’d be wrong though. - Lawrence Hodge Read More Read more.

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Carve Your Own El Camino With a Sassy 1979 Ford Ranchero GT Sporting the 351W

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Although most enthusiasts of American coupe utility models – a vehicle that, unlike a standard truck-based pickup, is adapted from a passenger car platform – have heard about the Chevrolet El Camino, which wasn't the original Ute. More precisely. ( continue reading.

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Fisker Fails, Shady Dealers And Failing V6s In This Week's News Roundup

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Selling cars is often a soul-crushing grind. So it’s understandable that dealership employees might feel pressure to cut corners. As one New England dealership recently found out, though, if you get caught straight-up scamming , there can be some pretty nasty consequences. - Collin Woodard Read More Read more.

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This Rare 1970 Olds Toronado GT Is a Painful Disgrace So Cheap It's Basically a Giveaway

autoevolution

Again, we revolve around 1970. Can somebody please explain the astrological configuration for that year? That way, we can better understand what happened with Detroit and when we will experience another gathering of fortunes of the same magnitude. The Piston Marvels list is so long that if you’d start reading it to newborns today, they’d be old enough to vote by the time you finish.

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Who's Fault Is It? Half-Baked Android Auto Support Pushes Ram Owners to CarPlay

autoevolution

Depending on who you ask, Android Auto is either a fantastic app or a major flop. Some users are so lucky that they encounter zero problems with Android Auto. The app runs flawlessly in their cars, and even voice commands work perfectly every time. Others keep struggling with every little feature. ( continue reading.

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Four-Time Subaru Owner Takes Delivery of the 3,000,000th Outback Sold by Subaru of America

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Subaru of America has recently hit a sales milestone with the delivery of the 3,000,000thOutback. Rather than a cold-weather state, it was delivered to a customer living in Florida. His name is David Jett, and Subaru of America claims that he's a four-time Subaru owner. Greeted by the general manager of Subaru of Jacksonville and two Subaru of America employees, the owner of the pictured Outback appears to be pleased with the all-whe. ( continue reading.

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1968 Plymouth Road Runner Packs Rare HEMI Setup Under Sunfire Yellow Hood

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Having introduced the fancied-up GTX for the 1967 model year, Plymouth decided it also needed a more affordable, no-frills muscle car. It was born in 1968 with the Road Runner badge. Plymouth paid $50,000 (about $477,000 in 2024 dollars) to Warner Bros to use the name, a. ( continue reading.

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Remembering the 1956 Viberti Golden Dolphin: The Fanciest, Fastest Gas-Turbine Coach

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Admittedly, luxury has no place in public services like public transportation – not because of a deliberate decision to exclude it, but because whatever is being offered has to remain affordable and, because of it, widely accessible. Exceptions do exist, though, and the Golden Dolphin is one of them, as its name indicates. The niche of public transport vehicles isn't even half as fascinating from a design perspective as tha. ( continue reading.

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Novitec Can Easily School Tuners and Its Modified Ferrari 812 Superfast Is Proof

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The 812 is no longer Ferrari's mainstream top dog, as that role has recently gone to the 12Cilindri. The latter is a brand-new front mid-engine and rear-wheel drive proposal from the Prancing Horse that's been named after its heart, as it packs a punchy naturally aspirated V12. It is. ( continue reading.

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Could This 1965 Ford Mustang Convince You To Say No to the New GT Pony Car?

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The S650 Ford Mustang may dominate the modern-day muscle car world, with Dodge having yet to launch the new Charger and Chevrolet dropping the Camaro late last year. However, the older iterations are not to be ignored, and if you have a thing for the original, then keep reading. You are looking at a 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback ( continue reading.

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Get the Spec Right, and BMW's 7 Series Can Look Amazing

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Believe it or not, a little over two years have passed since the striking and polarizing 7 Series was first shown to the world. BMW is reportedly preparing a facelift that's supposed to drop in the summer of 2026. So, we have to wait two more years to see the evolved Bavarian luxury sedan. "OMG, that grille!" Ain't that the truth… Still, the 7 Series is a great luxury sedan that. ( continue reading.

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2025 Rivian R1S and R1T: The Most Important Changes Introduced With the Refreshed Models

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Rivian has announced the much-hyped refreshed R1 models that it's been talking about for the past year. The 2025 R1T and R1S sport subtle design changes but have been completely overhauled underneath the skin. Here are the most important changes introduced with the refreshed R1 models. Rivian is the poster child of the EV revolution stirred by Tesla's success and probably the only EV startup with real chances of becoming a fully. ( continue reading.

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All-New 2025 or 2026 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Remains Quirky Even in Fantasy Land

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It seems that Mitsubishi is strong enough to try and fight for its survival in America, even though sales aren't exactly what they used to be just a few years ago. During the first quarter of the year – although it had a sizeable increase in deliveries of more than 35% compared to Q1 of 2023 - Mitsubishi Motors North America ( continue reading.

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Independent Artist Puts a Lid on BMW's Concept Skytop, Turns It Into a Fast(back) Coupe

autoevolution

Now that summer is officially upon us, a lot of people want to enjoy long trips on the open roads – potentially with the wind blowing in their hair. The best option to achieve that is, of course, a convertible machine. But not everyone loves to go with an open top – and we can relate to that because our irresponsible actions have turned Earth into a baking oven during much of the year.

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Mansory's Rolls-Royce Spectre Is a Forged Carbon Monstrosity With an Orange Interior

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After seeing that ugly BMW XM yesterday, it's time to put the spotlight on another Mansory project: the Rolls-Royce Spectre. Shared by the tuner's Middle Eastern arm on social media earlier this week, this modified electric luxury grand tourer has received a lot of work both inside and out. However, the result is disappointing, and that's not. ( continue reading.

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The Most Powerful SUV From This Drag Race Loses, While the Worst One on Paper Becomes King

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In today's luxury SUV 1/4-mile battle, we have the very British Range Rover Sport P400, the BMW X6 40i, and the Mercedes-Benz GLE 450 Coupe. The rules are as simple as they come, but instead of going at it all at a time, they will pair off and see which one crosses the finish line from Ontario's Dunville Autodrome first. The Range Rover Sport Dynamic SE is the first to present itself, proudly carrying a 3.0-liter straight-six t. ( continue reading.

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