A VIN, which is an acronym for a Vehicle Identification Number, is a series of 17 characters (either digits or letters) that is assigned to a vehicle during the production process. A VIN can wind up telling you plenty about the status of a particular car if you decide to look it up. There are a number of helpful things that a VIN history report can tell you about a vehicle, and you should know them in order to ensure you know the importance of getting one when you are car shopping.
Unless you are independently wealthy, an unexpected auto repair could seriously cramp your budget. Fortunately, auto manufacturers have developed new technologies that might help you to avoid extra expenses. Here are two new auto inventions that could fend off car repairs, so that you can save money.
1: Crash Avoidance Features
Car accidents can happen fast, even if you are paying attention to the road. However, some cars actually contain complex on-board systems that might help you to avoid wrecks.
Your teenager learning to drive and getting their license is a major rite of passage. As their parent, you are most likely proud of them for learning this important life skill and gaining more independence, while also worrying at least a little bit about their safety. The thought of your child getting into a car accident can be terrifying. Luckily, there are things you can do to help ensure their safety on the road.
If you're considering switching from a gas-powered car to one with a diesel engine, it's important to understand that the two types of vehicle are very different. Fortunately, not all or even most of these distinctions are negative. Here are a few ways, good and bad, that diesel engines can differ from gasoline ones.
The Ignition System Is More Reliable And Efficient
Gasoline engines rely on spark plugs and distributors to ignite the fuel and get your car rolling, but diesel engines don't use the same process to combust fuel.
The Tiny House Movement is a conscious decision by millennials and other concerned occupants of planet earth to live with less, spend less, and leave a smaller footprint. The structures are living abodes that are fully functional -- and quite comfortable -- yet under 500 square feet. In fact, many tiny houses are often under 200 square feet and mobile. When you own a home so small, why not take it with you?