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Emergency Warning Triangles

Emergency warning triangles are just one item to help alert traffic, and other drivers including all road users that they should be aware of something ahead. It is an equilateral (equal-sided) triangle, of around 600 mm in size made of red reflective material. Anyone can put it on the side of the road to warn other drivers and other road users of…

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Auto Brake Pads, an essential component in auto vehicles.

Precaution It is in every driver’s interests, and also of the passengers and fellow motorists—that the brake pads of a car always function properly. And that they are replaced before they lose effectiveness. Causes Of Brake Pads Wearing Out Whether the brake pads on your vehicle are made of metallic, organic, ceramic, or composite materials,…

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Auto evolution: The surprising history of some everyday vehicle features

A “swamp cooler” fitted to a Volkswagen Beetle. This early vehicle air conditioner worked through evaporative cooling. When the vehicle was in motion, air would move over a pad which would be moistened by a reservoir of water. Evaporation of the water from the pad cooled the air before it entered the vehicle. Photo courtesy…

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3 Myths You Should Know About Electric Vehicles In The U.S.

On October 6th 2018, The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a special report for policy makers with an urgent message: in order to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change, we must reduce our greenhouse gas emissions 45% by 2030 and reach zero emissions by 2075. While comprehensive climate change mitigation requires action across most…

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Trump Adds to Carmakers’ Woes as Markets Across Planet Fizzle

The tariffs that President Donald Trump may impose on vehicles imported to the U.S. would be just the latest kick in the teeth for carmakers battling cooling markets across the planet. Findings of an investigation into whether imported cars could pose a national security threat were received by Trump on Sunday. That was hours before…

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USA: Over 7-Million Americans Missing Car Payments

A record number of Americans are falling behind on car loan payments, as more than 7,000,000 car loans were past due by at least 90 days, according to data released by the New York Federal Reserve. According to Forbes, there were 74,000,000 car loan accounts across the united states back in 2003. Ten years later…

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German Car manufacturers at Most Risk From Trump Tariffs

European carmakers’ share rally this year might hit a roadblock as a U.S. probe of auto imports raises the potential of new tariffs, with underperforming German manufacturers particularly at risk. U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross submitted a report to President Donald Trump on whether vehicles made abroad pose a national-security risk, according to a statement Sunday. Trump will…

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USA: Trump hails auto revival that’s not happened

President Donald Trump is hailing a renaissance in U.S. auto manufacturing that has not happened. The industry is chugging along without the “massive numbers” of car companies that he says are setting up shop in the country. Always eager to claim a manufacturing revival, Trump in recent weeks has spread the notion that car makers…

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Car manufacturers to Face More Pain as Sales in China Keep Sliding

Car sales in China continued to decline in January after their first full-year slump in more than two decades, adding to pressure on automakers who bet heavily on the market amid waning demand for cars from the U.S. to Europe. Passenger vehicle wholesales fell 17.7 percent year-on-year, the biggest drop since the market began to contract in…

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China’s Jan car sales fall 15.8 pct y/y, seven month of decline

China’s automobile sales in January fell 15.8 percent from a year earlier, the country’s top auto industry association said on Monday, marking the seventh straight month of declining sales in the world’s largest auto market. China’s Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said in an emailed statement to Reuters that sales dropped to 2.37 million vehicles…

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