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  • Some Useful Tips for Improving Your Dodges Fuel Economy


    As global oil prices continue to rise meteorically to record levels, we have to find ways to improve our cars' fuel economy and save money. Especially now that drivers are doing a lot more traveling than ever, the importance of fuel economy cannot be


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  • 5 Auto Scams You Absolutely Must Avoid


    Many people hate car dealers. Of course, there are always nice guys, but many car dealers just have to cheat their way to profits. Here are the top 5 auto scams that you absolutely must avoid, or risk paying way too much for your car.

    Scam 1:


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  • Navigating Hybrid Car Dealers


    Purchasing a hybrid car is not much different than purchasing a conventional car. You still need to research cars in terms of pricing, reliability, features, and options. You also still need to comparison shop among hybrid car dealers. Whether buying


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Hybrid Car Acronyms and Definitions:
  • TC - Acronym which means Trip Computer which is a feature available on NAVI equipped Honda Accords.
  • I-FCD - Instantaneous (current) Fuel Consumption Display. Updated at least once per second to reflect changing fuel flow levels.
  • I-FCD - Instantaneous (current) Fuel Consumption Display. Updated at least once per second to reflect changing fuel flow levels.
  • Carbon Dioxide - CO2. Burning fossil fuels releases carbon that has been stored underground for millions of years into the atmosphere. The carbon in these fossil fuels is transformed into carbon dioxide, the predominant gas contributing to the greenhouse effect, during the combustion process. Large amounts of carbon dioxide are released to the atmosphere by human activities, such as the burning of fossil fuels.
  • Acid Rain - a term used to describe several ways that acidic compounds fall out of the atmosphere, causing a variety of ground-level environmental effects. These effects include damage to forests and soils, fish and other living things, and human health.

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