1. Human beings are terrible drivers. We drink. We doze. We text. In the US, 30,000 people die from automobile accidents every year.(Source) Traffic crashes are the primary cause of death worldwide for people aged 15-24, (Source) and during a crash, 40% of drivers never even hit the brakes. (Source) We’re flawed organisms, barreling around at high speeds in vessels covered in glass, metal, distraction, and death. This is one of Google’s “moonshots” — to…"6 Thing Teach you how to ride Google’s new self-driving cars"
When the weather gets warmer, my family is usually the first in my neighborhood to break out the bikes and hit the suburban sprawl for some exercise. And when the cul de sac starts feeling a little blah, we like to venture out to some state parks and bike trails to soothe our two-wheeling spirit. But my days of wedging four bikes into my hatchback recently came to an end; I finally needed a bike…"How to choose a bike rack"
Whether you trade-in every few years or prefer to drive the wheels off your cars, you can do a number of things to save money, sidestep an unexpected hit to the wallet, and increase your car’s long-term value by thousands. Here are just a few. 1. Buy the recommended grade of gas—While some older or high-performance cars do benefit from higher octane gasoline, most passenger cars on the road today run just fine on regular…"If U guy have a car Now I will show 5 ways to save money"
This week at AutoDeals,I have chosen the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. Like AutoDeals used cars, this one has passed inspection with flying colors, and runs like a beast! She’s painted in Lamborghini Yellow, and looks brand new on the inside! Comes with the standard 3.6L V6 motor that makes 304hp! RWD, automatic transmission, power windows, booming sound system and only 77,000 miles!!! Call our Decatur location today to set up a testdrive! 404-907-4041 ASK FOR DUANE!…"2010 Chevrolet Camaro Best Deal"
Michelin today announced the eight jurors who will select the winning entries of the global 2017 Michelin Challenge Design, ‘Le Mans 2030: Design for the Win’ competition being held in cooperation with the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO), organisers of the Le Mans 24 Hour race. The winning designs will be chosen from more than 1,600 registrants representing 80 countries. A pre-screening of the entries was conducted by Ben Ebel and Drew Stanley, both design…"Michelin announces jurors of ‘Le Mans 2030’ design competition"
Entries are now being accepted for the annual Car Design Awards China competition. You have until 6 January 2017 to respond to one of the five briefs set for this year’s contest. This year, you can choose to create vehicles for Geely, Haval, JAC, PSA or Volkswagen, based on the briefs set by the design teams of each brand. 新的一届中国汽车设计大赛现已拉开序幕。请在2017年1月6日之前，从吉利、哈弗、江淮、标致和大众制定的五个设计任务书中选择一个完成设计，把你的设计才华发挥到极致。 Who can enter? The contest is open to full-time students studying a design discipline of…"Welcome:2017 Car Design Awards from China"
After the traditional summer lull in activity, the automotive world springs back into action again with the Paris Motor Show. The Car Design News team will be reporting from both press days of the event, on ourCDN Live blog. We’ll also be updating the Car Design News Facebookand Twitter accounts throughout the show, so don’t forget to give us a follow. The Paris show is held on alternate years from its sister event in Frankfurt,…"2016 Paris Motor Show"
Once you’ve selected your new car, the next step is financing it. See more sports car pictures. If you’ve read How Buying a Car Works, you know the car-sales lingo and the ins and outs of negotiating with a seasoned car salesman. Let’s say you’ve battled for the best deal and finally agreed to a price you can live with — time to breathe a sigh of relief? Not exactly. Did you know that if…"How Car Financing Works"
Here are Reed’s five car loan mistakes that can cost you money. 1. Negotiating the monthly payment rather than the purchase price. Reed warns that buying a car based on the amount of the monthly payment is a trap. Although you should know what you can afford each month, don’t provide that figure to the salesman. If you do, you will forfeit your capacity for negotiating a lower purchase price. “Don’t let them turn you…"mistakes on car loan that cost you money"
The ongoing trends of more leases and longer loans show no signs of stopping in Experian Automotive’s third-quarter 2015 analysis of auto financing. Buyers continue to search for ways to lower their monthly payment on more expensive models, even if that means extending the bill over prolonged periods of time. Lease rates reached a record of about 27 percent of all new vehicle transactions, which was a big boost from the 24.7 percent last year.…"Auto leases soar in the third quarter"