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Oct 30, 2017
V4 Stands for All 4 Cylinder Engines.

A four cylinder car could have different types of abbreviation depending on their configuration. Only limited amount of drivers can say that they own a V4 cylinder engine. Some of the V4 cars are Ford Essex, Ford Taunus, Lancia Fulvia, 1980 Saab 9-6, etc. However, other mostly will have I4 cylinder engine or inline four, […]

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Oct 28, 2017
Taking Pictures While Driving Is Acceptable.

Although some drivers send text messages while driving, at least most of them are aware that it is dangerous and try to limit it. However, it is not as widely known that other activities done on the phone are equally hazardous. One of the activities that seems to some people to be acceptable while driving […]

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Oct 20, 2017
All SUVs Are the Same Old Jeep.

The truth is found in a contrary way. Not every SUV is countable as Jeep. However, any Jeep is SUV or pickup truck. Jeep is an American car brand like AUDI or Reno. The only difference is that Jeep focuses on manufacturing SUVs that has led to this impression.

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Oct 18, 2017
Females Pay Lower Car Insurance Than Man.

This myth could be partially true. Until reaching 25 years, men ten do pay higher amounts than female drivers who are at the same age. However, it is only until reaching 25. After that, there is no difference in payments under the same rules of car and driving history for both genders.

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Oct 13, 2017
Newer Car Model More Common Among Thieves.

It is the wrong opinion. The most common cars stolen by car thieves prove that they choose older cars. One of the top leaders in the UK is BMW X5 and Mercedes-Benz C-class vehicles. If you own a new model still be careful, even you may be at lower risk.

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Jun 05, 2017
Warming the car engine up is essential before driving

Leaving the car engine running idle for a short time to warm up is actually not really that beneficial. The quickest way to warm up the engine is by driving the car.

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Jun 02, 2017
A puncture means I need a new tyre

As long as you haven’t caused damage to the sidewall or the damage isn’t over ¼ inch in diameter, your tyre is unlikely to need replacing.

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May 30, 2017
A Battery Needs to Be Disconnected if a Car Sits Unused.

It’s wrong thinking to disconnect the battery if you plan to keep your car unused for a longer period of time. You can only make things worse. Your battery will live a shorter life. Additionally, your car system will stop working and create a issues with security, electronics, and so on.

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May 27, 2017
Low-Speed Crashes Don’t Hurt People

Injuries could happen in any accident and at any speed. The important thing is different obstacles that could lead to bigger or smaller health problems, such as seat belt usage. If the driver or passenger has any symptoms, they need to go to a doctor for a check-up. Don’t assume that nothing could have happened.

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May 25, 2017
Police will Collect All Information After an Accident

Police will arrive at the crash site and prepare an accident report. They are only humans and weren’t involved in the accident, so can’t know everything. Take matters into your hands and provide additional information that could slip by police, like plate numbers or how the accident happened.

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