Having a blog is not just a trend these days it is now part of one’s lifestyle. People can now share what they know, feel and see easily. There are tech blogs, food blogs, spiritual blogs and many more. They cater to different demographics and interests. We can assume that every bloggers dream is to gain regular following and increase the number of its readers. The easiest … [Read more...]
New Tires Safer Drive? Not Always
Several reports from consumers have been found to have accidents linked to old tires being sold at many tire centers across the world. Even newly installed tires that have been manufactured years before they were installed onto vehicles have the potential to fail miserably soon after installation. These tires have long since been in inventories that though they are new have … [Read more...]
Which Season Is Most Dangerous For Driving?
I am willing to bet that most of you would answer WINTER. After all, it is during winter that we experience ice and snow on the roads. It is during this season that sometimes, the weather just takes a turn for the worse with only a moment’s notice. While all that makes sense, the answer is NOT winter! In a new study conducted by researchers the University of Michigan … [Read more...]
Why Should Buses Complain about a 40 KPH Speedlimit?
If you haven’t heard yet, transportation authorities based in the Philippines have implemented a speed limit in key roads of the metropolis to put a stop on the spate of accidents that have been occurring lately. This is perhaps to cover up the boo-boo made by one Metro Manila Development Authority Chief who months back said that “There is no Speed Limit”, paving the way for … [Read more...]
Plug-in Vehicles Concept now Reality
With the acceptance of plans for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV) has been widely debated and criticized but with many city's, manufacturers and other groups accepting and formulating their own support infrastructures for future implementation of such types of vehicles a question surfaces in the sense that would the utility companies have enough will to support such … [Read more...]