Do you remember that famous intro at the beginning of the american tv show “A-Team” ? “In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime that they didn’t commit” and then a bunch of cars start crashing into walls, jumping in the air and also water sliding. Vehicle explosions and crazy car stunts with flying axles were at their peak in this TV show from the 80’s.
The thing is that the A-Team car, a third generation GMC Vandura from 1983, was always in tip top shape despite of it being brutally driven and it became an iconic american car. As you would expect, the auto manufacturers from GMC had free car advertising for their GMC Vandura because of the A-Team van throughout the 80’s but they also donated a whole lot of them in order for us to see those out of this world car stunts and high speed car chases that lack any kind of car care behavior.
Hey there my auto enthusiast friend! A common question which appears under different forms, and that bothers a lot of the car owners out there about their car maintenance, is: When do I replace my car’s spark plugs, how often should I change the spark plugs on my vehicle or why do I have to change them?
When the spark plug ages, the gap which the spark has to travel in order to provide the perfect combustion, also widens and with that you also get some problems with your car.
The thing is that this isn’t brain surgery, it’s all about simple car care and if your car has over 60.000 miles on the odometer, then here are the main reasons why you should change your car’s spark plugs:
Since I was a kid, even if I didn’t show too much affection for my parents, deep down inside I loved them and was fully aware of their struggle to raise me with a low income and “a lot of life’s problems on their plate”. That’s the time when I also decided, that when I would grow up, to do everything in my power to make them happy and treat them like they did with me!
It seems that others managed to get successful quicker than me, just like Christian Guzman, a pro fitness model who bought a Cadillac SRX for his father as a birthday present with tears of joy in his eyes! And oh my God what an amazing and oddly satisfying reaction he had after seeing his auto gift! I guess that car care will be taken to the extreme, now that the father has a car which he loves from his very own son!
Hello there car fanatics! Some of you car care guys really do enjoy reading all about cars and since this is an auto blog, I thought that you’ll be interested in today’s car related subject! Yep, it’s about the first 4 wheel steering car!
So, are you curious to find out which one of the auto manufacturers managed to make the first 4 wheel steering car in the world and when? It was Honda, yeah I know, those guys who make the old man’s car, according to Jeremy Clarkson, and the first car which went out of the factory with four wheel steering was a sports car of course, the 1988 Honda Prelude!
If you’re interested to read more about Honda’s solution for Viagra man, then go on 😀 .
What’s this auto blog all about? It’s about care of cars of course! And what do we hate most in this auto world? We hate those who neglect their cars, especially if they’re jewels on wheels like today’s luxury car, a Rolls Royce Phantom, which now can only be sold for parts!
They guy from the youtube video states that this probably is the shittiest Rolls Royce Phantom ever to be seen but I want to disagree because there still is hope for this not taken care of car!
Wanna feel like you’re the king of the streets? Use some great driving music, like those interesting driving songs from The Game, which’ll give you a great driving mood!
Now about that cool youtube video; Rappers always tend to show their car care and also value, by buying an expensive luxury car or sports one, which eventually undergoes some little to massive tuning up!
And most of the times, big auto manufacturers like Rolls Royce, tend to exaggerate their care of cars by giving some of their cars for free to these rappers who advertise them in their music videos! It’s a you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours situation!
Hi there auto enthusiasts of the world; Today is a sad day for the auto world because I’ve stumbled upon a very hot topic which keeps a high interest and sometimes makes no sense for the ordinary working man or woman.
A lot of you guys know the fact that every year, there are millions of new cars that end up being unsold worldwide; That’s why you constantly ask yourselves: Why does the auto industry still produce new cars if they don’t end up being bought, and in the end, in the car owner’s parking spot?
Who wouldn’t like a Range Rover Evoque? That’s the first thing which popped into head when the design engineers from Jiangling Motors Corp. started thinking of another copycat car project :D.
Yeah, the chinese auto manufacturers don’t know anything else but to duplicate famous car brands and change small details like the car emblem, parts of the car interior or exterior; Some people are cool with that, especially if the result is a cheap car which looks like a Range Rover Evoque!
This Land Rover rip off has a lot of stolen elements from the original Evoque; Even the writing font is just like the one on the british car.
These days, all of the auto manufacturers started adding more and more expensive options on their cars and because people need cars in their everyday routine, a lot of car thieves started making money from selling stolen cars or parts from them.
Good, now you think your car is safe with that stock car alarm but please keep in mind the fact that car thieves have to be professional about their uhmmm, job, and that’s why these simple alarm systems won’t work against expert thieves.
This is where you have to look for new and efficient anti-theft ways to protect your car and it seems that Bear Lock is a product that does exactly that!
If you invest money in your car to make it look good, you can also show your other type of car care by ensuring a higher level of security for it, yeah this is care of cars too.
So, what’s that Bear Lock good for and what does it do?