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What You Need to Know About Self-Service Car Washes

Car washing is an aspect of automotive maintenance that’s just as important as engine repair. Car washing is necessary whether you’re maintaining it in storage or preventing road salt damage and limiting corrosion to your vehicle. However, you may understandably be hesitant to bring your car to a garage and have other people get all

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Tax Rules for Buying Secondhand Cars

Ahhh, taxes, the Libertarian’s nightmare/the Conservative’s bread-and-butter. There’s really no escaping it, and if you don’t live in a place where you see your tax dollars used properly, then shelling out extra dough for the IRS can leave a bit of a bitter taste in your mouth. Pretty much everything, even buying a second hand

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Top-Shelf SUV; or, Why Range Rovers Are So Expensive

In 2019, Range Rover released something that we never thought we needed before: a slightly-smaller SUV called the Velar that’s not quite as big as the Range Rover Sport but definitely a lot bigger than the Evoque, kind of like the middle child of the whole Range Rover lineup. Risky, considering middle children are often

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Leading Causes of Coolant Leaks in a Vehicle

Coolant is a critical component for the safe operation of your car. It protects the engine from overheating, which would otherwise compromise the overall functionality of your vehicle. If the engine is not able to maintain the temperature within the acceptable limits, for instance, due to coolant leakage, it might overheat. This will ultimately translate

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Auto Industry

Tube Notching: Why It’s Essential to Fabrication Work

Tube notching is an essential part of metalwork. You can roll most any metal into a tube and notch it, which makes notching a versatile skill to develop. You can use notched tubes in all sorts of applications: from manufacturing to automotive repair. But you need to cut, fold, and notch the tube into proper

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