Written by Dave Clodfelter
Tuesday, 28 October 2008 03:41
When it comes to fuel economy, how you drive your RV will be different than how you drive your automobile.
RVs are large, heavy, and slow to accelerate. RVs usually have larger engines, more horsepower and torque than the family automobile. However, due to the size and weight of the RV, the power-to-weight ratio is much lower for the RV than the automobile.
Written by Arthur Maxwell
Wednesday, 30 July 2008 07:23
Every now and then, flipping through the newspapers or surfing television channels will remind you of the escalating fuel costs today. You cannot help but notice that such costs are actually going to have an impact on the way you lead your life, and may become one of the largest financial burdens you will have to deal with each month. This is why you need to know how to save on gas, and the three fool proof ways to cut fuel costs today. Doing so will help to alleviate the burden you face and enable you to use those savings for other purposes instead.
Written by Barbara C. Myler
Wednesday, 30 July 2008 07:22
Are you talking to yourself while you drive? It might look that way, since the new Wireless Telephone Law went into effect on July 1. This law prohibits all drivers from using a handheld wireless telephone while driving a motor vehicle. Motorists 18 and over may use a “hands-free device.” Drivers under the age of 18 may not use a wireless telephone or hands-free device while operating a motor vehicle.
Written by The Magazine of Santa Clarita
Thursday, 29 May 2008 08:34
Classic car restoration is one of the most rewarding activities a car enthusiast can perform. Transforming a “seemingly old car” back into a classic vehicle in all of its glory is nothing less than art.