• How To Be The Perfect Driver All car drivers have their own “styles” of driving. Some are cautious, whereas others drive like they just stole the cars they’re in! The United States NHTSA reports on the sad news that auto accident fatalities rose in 2012. There were almost 1,100 more deaths on American roads in 2012 than there were in the previous year. I don’t want you to become another sad statistic, which is why I have written a blog post on how you can be... More Detail

  • The Lowdown On Road Rage: What Is It And How Can You Avoid It? At some point, you will have doubtless had experienced road rage. Perhaps you might have seen an example of it on the road. With today’s busy and modern society, many people are rushing to get to their destinations. It’s this lack of time that is causing growing amounts of road rage. But how much do you know about road rage? What causes it, and is there anything you can do to avoid it happening to you? In today’s insightful article, I... More Detail

  • The Plymouth Prowler As soon as you see the Plymouth Prowler you know that there is a story behind it. Automobile manufacturers just don’t make non-mainstream cars like this for the heck of it. Ever wonder what the story is? Well, so have we, so we looked into it and here’s what we found. To understand the Prowler story, one must understand where Chrysler Corporation’s Plymouth line stood back in the late 1990s. In a nutshell, the once proud Plymo... More Detail

  • The Original Zephyr The name Zephyr has a long and distinguished history at Ford Motor Company. At various times the Zephyr name was used by Ford’s Mercury Division, the British Ford Group and most recently by Ford’s Lincoln Division.   However, there is an original Zephyr and it was a very famous automobile built in the 1930s by Ford’s Lincoln Division. There are few automotive historians that doubt it was one of the nicest styled cars of the 1930s. ... More Detail

  • Modular Automobiles? The concept isn’t really complex. Modularity is a design ethic that breaks a functional piece of equipment or gear into smaller, replaceable components. A real good example is a desktop computer; various functional subcomponents (hard drives, graphics boards, CPU chips, etc.) can easily be removed and replaced when necessary. It really works well with computers so, why aren’t cars built like this? Well, many are starting to. In ... More Detail

How To Be The Perfect Driver

Posted by | On September 04, 2014 | Leave a comment | Under: Car Reviews, Ford

All car drivers have their own “styles” of driving. Some are cautious, whereas others drive like they just stole the cars they’re in!

The United States NHTSA reports on the sad news that auto accident fatalities rose in 2012. There were almost 1,100 more deaths on American roads in 2012 than there were in the previous year.

I don’t want you to become another sad statistic, which is why I have written a blog post on how you can become a perfect driver. Interested? Keep reading to learn more!

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The Lowdown On Road Rage: What Is It And How Can You Avoid It?

Posted by | On September 03, 2014 | Leave a comment | Under: Car Articles

At some point, you will have doubtless had experienced road rage. Perhaps you might have seen an example of it on the road. With today’s busy and modern society, many people are rushing to get to their destinations. It’s this lack of time that is causing growing amounts of road rage.

But how much do you know about road rage? What causes it, and is there anything you can do to avoid it happening to you? In today’s insightful article, I will discuss these questions and more.

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The Plymouth Prowler

Posted by | On September 03, 2014 | Leave a comment | Under: Car Articles

As soon as you see the Plymouth Prowler you know that there is a story behind it. Automobile manufacturers just don’t make non-mainstream cars like this for the heck of it. Ever wonder what the story is? Well, so have we, so we looked into it and here’s what we found.

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The Original Zephyr

Posted by | On September 03, 2014 | Leave a comment | Under: Car Reviews, Ford

The name Zephyr has a long and distinguished history at Ford Motor Company. At various times the Zephyr name was used by Ford’s Mercury Division, the British Ford Group and most recently by Ford’s Lincoln Division.   However, there is an original Zephyr and it was a very famous automobile built in the 1930s by Ford’s Lincoln Division. There are few automotive historians that doubt it was one of the nicest styled cars of the 1930s.

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Modular Automobiles?

Posted by | On September 03, 2014 | Leave a comment | Under: Car Articles

The concept isn’t really complex. Modularity is a design ethic that breaks a functional piece of equipment or gear into smaller, replaceable components. A real good example is a desktop computer; various functional subcomponents (hard drives, graphics boards, CPU chips, etc.) can easily be removed and replaced when necessary. It really works well with computers so, why aren’t cars built like this?

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