Car Insurance – Cheapest Rates

DennisB - Summary: Car insurance prices vary greatly depending upon many factors. When shopping for lowest rates keep the following mind.

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Type of Car

Car insurance costs can be reduced by driving certain vehicles. Sporty fast cars typically have higher rates than more conservative cars. Safety features on newer cars sometimes will garner the lowest rates. If shopping for a new car, be sure to consider the cost of insurance for particular models. As already mentioned, different model vehicles can make your insurance premiums drastically different.

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New 2010 Mustang – Classic Rivalry


(Image courtesy fastcoolcars.com)
By: Blake
When I hear the word Mustang, American muscle immediately comes to mind. The new 2010 Mustang doesn’t disappoint. It is available with either a 4.0 liter V-6, which is rated at 210 horsepower or a 4.6 liter V-8, which is rated at 315 horsepower. But if you have read up on the competition you will know Continue reading

2010 Camaro – Classic and New


By: Blake

Since the 2010 Camaro’s release people have been scrambling to get their hands on one of these retro inspired vehicles. There’s no debate, it looks awesome. Probably the crowd most drawn to it is the people who drove a Camaro when they first came out on the market. Of course younger generations like it not for its retro look, but for it’s stylish and fresh design. That’s right it has the best of both worlds. The fact that it is a muscle car can only help, but where did it begin? How did the Camaro get started and where did the name come from? Just a couple of questions I think any Camaro enthusiast would be interested in. Continue reading

Dealers Forced to Get Out of Dodge


Many Chrysler dealers are told to “Get out of Dodge”

By Dennis Bandy

Chrysler is forcing many Dodge dealerships to discontinue carrying new Chrysler products. This comes with the reorganization required for chapter 11 filings and it’s deal that’s in the works with Fiat. The move is to reduce the total number of dealerships hopefully increasing the strength of the ones remaining.

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Windshield Fogged Up – Auto Repair Tips


Carpet could be soaked – pull it back to see if it’s coolant.

By Dennis Bandy

Foggy car windshields are a real safety issue. Foggy windows make it hard to see out and therefore dangerous to drive. Particularly when it’s raining and the car windows have to be rolled up this can be a huge problem. The problem can be even worse if the haze on the windows has a filmy consistency preventing the view to be clear even after wiping the windows off. If there is a filmy residue it could be a sign that the heater core is leaking.

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2010 Camaro – Last Chance for Muscle Car Revival?


2010 Camaro Picture Courtesy of Camaro Homepage

By Dennis Bandy

The Chevy 2010 Camaro could be the last rallying cry for a Detroit muscle car reunion and revival! With Ford Mustang and more recently the Dodge Challenger attempting to “liven up” the market, the new Camaro hopefully is just fashionably late to the party. With retro styling, it’s quite obvious the car makers are trying to appeal to the older crowd that used to have one of the first generation Muscle cars. Typically older buyers have more money available to buy toys like these; with the economy affecting consumers and the big three it’s going to be a toss up if the muscle car reunion will be a success.

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China Mini Van Craze! – Chevy Van Sales Top Out


China loves the Wuling Sunshine minivan “sales are up” image courtesy of  GM

By Dennis Bandy

General Motors sales are doing very well in China. I wasn’t even aware that there was a Chevy van called a “Wuling” until I did some research for this article. It’s actually a GM/Wuling; after all, even Chevy vehicles in the US aren’t 100% American and haven’t been for many years. Luckily though, General Motors has positioned themselves to satisfy new cars buyer’s urge to purchase new cars and vans in the growing China market.

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Classic Car – Urge to Buy



Resist the urge to buy a classic car on-line or you could be scammed. 

By Dennis Bandy

Many people have an urge to by a classic car, one that reminds them of their younger days. When we were a little younger life seemed much simpler. The cars were simple then too! With the Internet shopping for that perfect weekend car seems almost too easy. Go to the right classic car websites and one could browse for hours on end… but perhaps in some instances the chase is better than the catch. The old Ford Bronco in the picture above seems to be very well taken care of on the surface.

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Adding 134A to Car’s A/C – Topping Off a System


Car A/C has came a long way since 1967- add on units were considered great back then!

By Dennis Bandy

Charging up a car’s A/C system by adding 134A will make it blow cold, won’t it? ”Sometimes” is the correct answer. With some luck this might be just the ticket. But without knowing the gauge readings, topping off a system is just a guess. One of the most common causes of a car’s A/C not cooling is low refrigerant so there is actually a good chance that adding refrigerant is needed. 


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