Electric vehicles and solar power go better together.

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The rapid changes in economies and the increasing power of technology have affected the automobile industry as well. Connectivity and the higher rates of mobility lead to more on-demand transportation services than ever before. People are no longer willing to own or even drive a car. They would rather share a ride with someone else. This shows how valuable their time and rest is. It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone then that autonomous vehicles are coming to our daily ...

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Driving mistakes we are all guilty of

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When you ask people if they are better than the average driver, 90% say yes. But this is statistically impossible. Because, you know, 50% have to fall below the midpoint. It’s how averages work. Yet there is another statistical phenomenon. People gravitate towards averages. That is on a scale of 10, most people are between 3 and 7 at driving. So, the majority of us are not perfect, and we make mistakes. Today we will look at ...

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How many cars does a family need?

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While Europeans have long been opting for public transport, bicycles, and walking, Americans seem to be determined to stick to their cars. Often, an average American family is dependent on more than one vehicle. And “the big garage” has become an essential part of the perfect American family dream house.

Car ownership in the US is determined not so much by income level as by location and proximity. Families that own two or more cars might opt for multiple vehicles, each ...

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Off Road: Manual or Automatic?

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Nothing quite beats the feeling of conquering rough terrains. The ground shakes you to your core, but you are its master, not the other way around. And it’s amazing to know you’ve driven across places only few can conquer.

That’s the beauty of having an off-road vehicle. However, not everyone can afford to buy an ATV or a buggy, which are designed exactly for that purpose. So what’s the next best thing? A 4-Wheel Drive, of course!

Before we tackle the issue ...

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Alex Zanardi – The Choice To Not Give Up

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Sometimes life seems hard. We are down on our luck, and everything appears hopeless. Don’t get me wrong, life is tough. But that’s no excuse. We have to stand up and fight! Luckily, we have people to guide us through. To motivate us. To inspire us. And today Alex Zanardi will do just that!

If the name isn’t familiar, don’t worry. Many people don’t know him, but his life is remarkable nonetheless. That’s precisely why I’ve decided to talk about him.

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NASCAR vs F1:Differences and Similarities

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The truth is most people are only fans of one or the other. Discussions on which is better are often heated and completely biased. Which is why I thought it would be fun to compare the two. Enjoy!

 

Chances are if you’ve lived in the US for anything more than a couple of months, you are pretty familiar with NASCAR. It’s virtually everywhere.

Statistics show that about a third of all Americans consider themselves fans of the sport. Most ...

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How To Choose a Corvette

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Some models fade into obscurity. Others? They shoot all the way up to iconic status! In the world of sports cars one such model easily comes to mind – Chevrolet Corvette! We have already covered whether or not you should buy a Corvette, but to give a quick recap – you should!

Convinced already? Great! Now you have to know how to choose the proper Corvette for yourself. Because, you see, there are some differences. Shall we ...

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The Story of Bob Keyes’s Fiat TriVette

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But let’s delve into the oil crisis a bit. 1973 Oil Embargo severely strained the US economy that had grown heavily dependent on foreign oil imports. The decision to boycott America led the price of crude oil to rise from $3 to $12 per barrel by 1974. As a result, the price of gas skyrocketed and the availability of the latter drastically decreased. Politicians called for a national rationing program. When then-President Nixon asked gas stations owners to stop ...

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The most remarkable cars used by world leaders and royalties

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We all turn our heads when we see our dream car passing by us on the road. That expensive model you’ve always wanted, but never had?

Join us in this post, as we explore the most remarkable cars used by world leaders and royalties. We have to warn you, though, that not all of these vehicles look remarkable per se. But it’s what we don’t see that matters. Keep an open mind!

While some of the world leaders ...

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How Formula 1 Travels The World.

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Are you a fan of speed? Do you enjoy the thrill of pushing the pedal to the metal? Even if you don’t, you may still see the appeal of sports cars. Perhaps you even enjoy watching rallies and races. But are you familiar with Formula 1?

The main reason most Americans aren’t that familiar with F1 is that it is just too foreign. And I mean that in every aspect.

For starters, there are no US teams, so that kind of removes ...

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