Auto Safety Tips


Car Repair 101: Battery Troubleshooting and Replacement
24 Aug 2015

Car Repair 101: Battery Troubleshooting and Replacement

Proper and timely maintenance of automobiles need little troubleshoot. At times, such cars may need to be repaired too. Technology keeps us apart from performing the basic troubleshoot activities. Instead of performing it on our own, we tend to rush to an auto repair Ventura. Having basic knowledge of repair and troubleshoot could help in time. You may also need the basic repair tools such as screwdrivers, box-end wrenches, open-end wrenches, ratchet wrench and sockets, oil filter remover tool, c-clamps, pinch bar, lug wrench etc. Troubleshooting the battery is where you need to start with when your car doesn’t start....

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3 Exceptional Tips to Buy a Car
15 Jul 2015

3 Exceptional Tips to Buy a Car

A car is a major financial commitment. Because of this, you need to be sure that the car you buy is in tip top shape prior to you forking over your cash. There have been many volumes written about car buying methods. There is no question that some of these methods are much more effective than others. The trick is to know which methods to use, and when to use them. During the course of your life, your car will most likely be the second most expensive purchase you will ever make. This means that you can’t take it lightly....

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Why are there Plumes of Burning Gas in that Open Field?
09 Jun 2015

Why are there Plumes of Burning Gas in that Open Field?

Ever drive by a large open industrial area and see enormous plumes of fire being emitted from pipes emanating from the ground?   In the mining industry, this is called flaring and it’s a very common where oil drilling and coal mining is going on. Ever wonder why this energy is being wasted like that?


How Motor Oil Recycling Works
09 Jun 2015

How Motor Oil Recycling Works

Have you ever wondered what happens to your used motor oil when it goes to be recycled? Used motor oil is such an awful mess, can it ever be really cleaned? The answer is yes. It can be cleaned up and it can be reused. Here’s how it’s done.



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