automotive

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Heated windshield wiper blades are one of those things that you never really think about until it’s raining or snowing or when something nasty obstructs your vision, like bird poop.  However, they’re an absolute must when it comes to safety.  While we depend on our windshield wipers year round, we lean on them more heavily during the winter, when snow, slush, and rain freeze on the windshield.  In these situations heated windshield wiper blades are an excellent solution. How Heated Windsh...
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When it comes to owning a vehicle, few things are more stressful than unexpected and costly car repairs. Not only can they leave you out of pocket, they can also disrupt your daily routine and responsibilities while the vehicle is undergoing repairs. For that reason, many vehicle owners opt for finding a comprehensive extended service plan to guard against some of the costly repairs and parts replacement that accompanies the servicing and maintenance of a vehicle. While there are numerous servic...
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Insurance complaints are a common occurrence. Hence, it is important for consumers to conduct proper research on auto insurance plans before signing up. The complaints fall into one of two categories: justified and unjustified. As an experienced provider, Liberty Automotive Protection has discovered that a significant number of complaints filed by consumers are unjustified. This is due to misconceptions about various aspects of auto insurance plans. However, reputable insurers always make an ef...
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A windshield is responsible for keeping out the dust, rain water, winds, and grime and is also important in maintaining the structural integrity of a vehicle. Windshield repairs, though cumbersome, should be undertaken as soon as the car front glass is damaged. While this is common knowledge, most vehicle owners are not aware of the top reasons for windshield damage and do not understand the need to prevent damage before it occurs. Here’s a compilation of the top reasons your vehicle glass may...
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All of us who love cars are into the same opinion that cars are not only meant to be used as a mere transport. A drive with our own car means a lot more both for the one who drives and the people who are invited inside to enjoy the ride. But what about the manufacturers? How do they view things when they make a car? The answer is very simple. Had they not been nurturing the same vision or even something beyond, they wouldn’t have been able to make a product that attracts so many people around....
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Liberty automotive protection offers auto plans which assist motorists in keeping their vehicles in top condition. The car protection is done at an affordable cost thus saving you from unexpected auto repair bills. At liberty automotive protection has an extended service automotive service plans that ensure your needs and safety is taken care of How to select your liberty auto plans You will find flexible plans at liberty automotive protection that are affordable and fit in your extended warra...
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Invisible automotive protective paint film is pretty commonplace these days, but this was not always the case. Lets take a look at where this technology came from. The Beginning of Urethane Technology You may be surprised to learn that urethane technology was originally developed during the Vietnam War. During this particular conflict, US helicopters were crashing as a result of damage on the leading edge blades of the rotor.  To prevent this, the military worked directly with textiles manufact...
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In the push to find lighter and stronger materials that would make cars more fuel-efficient, some of the biggest names in automotive manufacturing have teamed up with composites manufacturers to try to find ways to bring down the cost of materials like carbon fiber. BMW is just one of them. But now it appears that the German car maker is ready to get out of the carbon fiber business. Could their willingness to sell be indicative of the future of automotive composites? Reuters reports that BMW...