Even the safest drivers can get into an accident, especially if you drive your car on a daily basis.
When driving a car, there are few things more frustrating than having your vehicle damaged when you’re not at fault.
While at first seemingly innocuous and innocent, rabbits can do significant damage to the wiring and lines in your vehicle.
A clean windshield is vital to safe operation of any vehicle.
The AC systems found on most vehicles are highly sophisticated.
We all know that sun exposure can harm our skin, but did you know the sun’s rays can also damage your car? When you leave your car in the sun for extended periods of time, the temperature inside can reach as high as 145 degrees Fahrenheit, while the surface of the car’s exterior can reach much higher – up to nearly 200 degrees Fahrenheit! Your car is not immune to negative effects caused by such heat.
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Hella is is working on an Intelligent Damage Detection System. Using anywhere from four to 12 piezoelectric sensors glued to the backsides of body panels, the system can detect damage done to bodywork and inform an owner when a body panel has been scratched, dented, punctured, or worse.
Convertibles have long been the chariot of choice for the devil-may-care crowd, and for good reason. Peeling the roof off of a vehicle has all sorts of negative ramifications, from safety concerns to handling woes and increased chances of skin cancer for those inside. Then there's the ever-present threat of foul weather. But who cares? You only live once and they're making more cars every day, right?
A rare storm system working its way from the west coast has caused millions of dollars in damage, left many without power and spurred fires from California to Colorado. According to USA Today, wind speeds reached as high as 123 miles per hour, or the equivalent of a category three hurricane. In Eldorado County, California, a total of seven fires burnt more than 130 acres as the harsh winds whipped fueled the flames. In Southern California alone, 350,000 people lost power due to downed lines. Of
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