Dealing with the consequences of a car accident can be quite stressful and tedious. It requires a lot of patience and time. It usually necessitates spending money on repairs as well. With it being such a headache, many people choose not to think much about it until the situation presents itself. However, it is better to learn about the different steps needed to take after a car accident—beforehand—rather than wait until an accident has occurred to figure out what to do. Below I will provide you some tips on just that.
First of all, make sure that you gather all the needed information after an accident occurs, especially if the accident wasn’t your fault. Write the information down, instead of trying to remember it all in your head. A few things you should write down about the other party is their name and address, their insurance company name and policy data, and contact information [...]
Spring is in the air. That means pool parties, grilling, and driving with the roof down are right around the corner! Speaking of driving with the roof down, there are a number of ways to get your car ready for spring and summer after a long and dreary winter season. Here are just a few examples.
One way to prepare your car for spring is to give it a nice deep clean. I don’t mean just a regular vacuuming or car wash. Schedule a few hours out of a day and take out everything from your car. Then, clean each part individually and thoroughly so you can feel the difference once you put everything back. Make sure you get every little nook and cranny, including the rims, windows, seats, and underbelly of the car.
Another thing you can do to get your car ready for spring is to take your car for a tire check. [...]
You may not own a trailer at the moment, but it is more than likely that one day you might have to move, bring some new furniture home, or haul a giant piece of machinery like a lawnmower or refrigerator. Heck, you might even purchase a boat or an RV when you retire! For these reasons, it would be wise to read up on a few tips on how to drive safely with a trailer. Even if you don’t ever find yourself in any of the scenarios above, it doesn’t hurt to learn something new each day, am I right?
The first tip for anyone planning on hooking up a trailer to their vehicle is to see how much weight their car can handle. This is important so that your car can still be maneuverable and so that the trailer does not unbuckle from the weight. Usually, the weight limit is pretty high, though, so [...]
With so many cars on the road nowadays, it can be very dangerous to drive. The conditions on the road have never been more hazardous. There are more and more distractions on the road. They are one of the biggest contributor to automobile accidents. These distractions come in many forms, such as; texting while driving, distracting passengers, eating, applying cosmetics, changing radio stations, and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Some are more common than others. All of these distractions can eventually lead to car accidents and unfortunately injury or death of either the drivers or passengers of these vehicles. With the increase of collisions happening every year the need for state of the art safety features on vehicles has never been greater as well as the quality/condition of those features. Many modern vehicles have certain safety requirements that they must meet before they are allowed to be released to the public and [...]
Seat belt webbing repair is brought to you by Safety Restore – an online store that specializes in repairing and replacing frayed/fraying, ripped, cut, torn, worn out and dog chewed seat belts. If your vehicle is suffering from seat belts that need webbing repair, we have an affordable and fast solution. Seat belt webbing repair will replace your existing seat belt belt material known as the “webbing” with an exact color match or a close one if your color is not available. You can also choose to replace the seat belt with a different color. The seat belt webbing repair inventory stocks black, gray, grey, tan, beige, blue, red, yellow and orange colors daily! You are also able to order a custom color that we will obtain from our manufacturer and accommodate your request. Many individuals and shops restoring antique and classic cars always need this service. instead of buying new seat belts, you can preserve [...]
Learn how to unlock seatbelt after crash! If you are faced with a vehicle that has been in a crash and now your seat belts are locked, you have come to the right place! In this post I will share with you how to unlock seat belt after crash. That’s right, those locked seat belts can be unlocked! What happens during a crash, is the seat belts locking up to prevent additional injuries to the occupant. Each seat belt is designed with a complex mechanism in place that is triggered by an explosive device that is responsible for locking up the seat belt. Once deployed or locked, the seat belt will no longer function like new. It will not lock during normal stops and will not lock during an accident. Your airbag light will go off and you will receive codes that pertain to this seat belt. Your codes will be of a seat belt [...]
You may have stumbled across this website while looking for new seat belts for your vehicle. You have come to the right place. Whether you have been in a serious car accident or just a minor one, or you’re a small shop rebuilding salvage cars off an auction, your seat belts are in need of repair. While many go straight to buying brand new seat belts, there is a smarter and more inexpensive way of fixing your problem. Our company specializes in rebuilding your locked or blown seat belts back to factory condition. The benefits of our services are endless. You are spending hundreds of dollars less than you would if you were to buy brand new seat belts. You are guaranteed to have your seat belts in working condition, fully restored with OEM parts, with guaranteed 24 hour turnaround. The process is simple. Simply take out your damaged seat belts, send them in to us, we repair [...]
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A roadster is not simply a car. The Boxster is not simply a roadster. It’s a sports car that brings you closer to the road, closer to real life and connects you with your own free spirit. The precise, lightweight chassis ensures an impressively dynamic drive, with practically no body roll or pitch. Or, in short, a safer and more comfortable drive.
Power is transmitted to the road by 18-inch Boxster wheels. Their distinctive five-spoke design affords an unobstructed glimpse of the braking system’s black four-piston aluminium monobloc fixed calipers. And you can keep an eye on the pressure in all four tyres thanks to tire pressure monitoring (TPM). The large air inlets illustrate character. The sound produced by the central tailpipe in brushed stainless steel is unmistakably Porsche.
High-quality, stylish materials are used in the interior. The steering wheel rim, gear lever/selector and door pull inlays are finished in leather. The refined tone is [...]
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Open-top driving is integral to Porsche history. It began back in 1948 with the No. 1. The convertible variant of the first 356 became a legend, as did its descendent, the Porsche 550 Spyder. In 1982, the first 911 Carrera model in cabriolet form was introduced to the road.
Two things that all open-top Porsche cars have in common are an urge for sporty acceleration and unlimited driving pleasure. The time has come to carry this tradition on into the future. The 911 Carrera S Cabriolet does just that.
That explains what motivates us; so let’s describe what drives the car: the 3.8-litre engine with direct fuel injection (DFI) and VarioCam Plus, which produces 400 hp at 7400 rpm. The 911 Carrera S Cabriolet completes the sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 187 mph.
Without question, the 911 Carrera S Cabriolet has remained faithful to [...]