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14
May

Using a Local Limo Rental Service to Get Guests to Your Event in Luxury

Written by Free Car Magazine. Posted in Bakersfield limousine service, Fresno party bus, Limousines in fresno

When you are organizing any kind of event, all of the little things need to work together to make things a success. Planning an event of any kind, whether it is a party with family or friends or a big corporate do for your company, requires meticulous preparation and flawless execution if you want everything to go well. One of the things you definitely need to get right is to arrange for the right transportation for your guests. Guests at an event should have an easy passage during which they can be comfortable. They also need to reach the event venue at similar times to make things easier for you. Providing your important guests with a little bit of pampering and luxury while they make their way to the event can be a great idea. This way, they can be in the right frame of mind to enjoy the event to the fullest. You can definitely achieve this by opting for some high-class transportation. Arranging limos for your guests from a local limo rental company can be a great way to do this.

12
May

The Benefits of Custom Car Flooring

Written by Free Car Magazine. Posted in Custom cut carpet, Loop car carpet

One part of your car that might not think about too often, but which is crucial to your enjoyment of your vehicle, the life of your interior, and even hygiene for you and your family are the floor mats or carpet. Here’s why it might be time to check out CNC cut carpets, a new custom floor mat, or some other kind of new flooring.

You Spend a Lot of Time in Your Vehicle

The average American spends about 87 minutes in their car every day. Our average national commute is 26 minutes, while the worst commutes can take as long as 46. We eat in our cars, talk there, date there, and interact with our family and friends. We rely on our cars to get us to work, to school, to activities, and even for potential emergencies. With all the time we spend in our cars and all the important things that happen there, it should be a nice place. Good cut and sewn carpet or CNC cut floor coverings are a big part of keeping things in good shape.

Our Cars Are Dirty Places

If a car’s carpeti

10
May

5 Myths About Car Starters That Aren’t Even Remotely True

Written by Free Car Magazine. Posted in Uncategorized

A remote car starter can be incredibly advantageous, especially during the summer and winter months when you want to start your car as soon as possible. However, there are a lot of misconceptions about remote car starter installations that may keep some car owners from investing in one of these valuable car accessories.

That being said, here are some of the most common myths about remote car starters officially debunked:

  1. Remote starters are bad for your car. There’s a huge myth circulating that warming up your car before driving away does significant damage to your engine. In reality, the opposite is true. The oil in your car needs time to get back to its normal viscosity for proper function, which it’s only capable of doing if you warm up your vehicle.
  2. A remote starter would void my car’s warranty. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act prevents your warranty from being voided because you’ve had a remote starter installed in your vehicle. Don’t let your car dealer tell you otherwise.
  3. A remote starter is only handy during the winter. Remote starters are useful throughout the year whether it’s winter and you want your car to be warm by the time you get inside or it’s summer and you want your car to be nice and cool. It also comes in handy for warming up your engine at any time of the year for greater engine efficiency.
  4. Remote starters make my car easier to steal. Remote starters don’t automatically unlock your car. Starters only turn your car on. Thieves will still need to get around your car’s security features in order to steal your vehicle. This includes the locks, your security system, and alarm. What’s more, you still need the key to operate your vehicle or else the car will shut off.
  5. I don’t need a remote starter if I park in a garage. Your car can still be cold in the winter and hot in the summer if it doesn’t have time to start up. Remote starters are also good to have when you’re out to eat or out shopping.

Many remote car starters offer drivers the convenience of turning on their vehicles from up to 1,500 feet away. For more information on car starters, security car systems, window tinting, backup cameras, or other types of car accessories, contact Chronos Specialty Auto Works today.

02
May

Where You Should Go If You Need A Car Paint Job

Written by Free Car Magazine. Posted in Auto body shop, Collision repair chicago, Repairing dents from hail

Everything You Need To Know About Car Paint Repair Jobs

    If you are someone (or know someone) who regularly drives on the road, consider the importance of paying close attention while driving. When it comes to the road, accidents are unfortunately very common, so you want to protect your car from damage. Should you get in an accident and need car repairs such as a car paint job, reach out to a car paint shop near you as you want to rectify any damage as soon as possible. Be sure to keep reading below as there is some critical information regarding paint repair jobs.

    1. Recent research shows that a majority of cars are in need of maintenance (such as a car paint job, hail damage or glass repair) so don’t hesitate to visit a car repair center the minute you notice a problem.

    In a recent survey, the research found that an estimated 77% of cars were in need

15
Apr

3 Things to Expect Before Using an Interlock Device

Written by Free Car Magazine. Posted in Az interlocks, Interlock, Interlock device az

Many drivers are using interlock devices while behind the wheel. While it’s understandable to feel that this device takes getting used to, using it is far wiser than spending time in jail or losing your license. That being said, it makes want to be prepared before using an interlock device. With that in mind, here are three things to expect while using an ignition interlock device for the first time.

  1. Breath Sample Will be Needed to Start Car

    You’ll first need to provide a sample of your breath in order for your vehicle to start. Don’t worry, this discreet breathalyzer is quick and easy to use. Therefore, providing a clean breath sample will have your automobile started and ready to use almost immediately. One reason that these devices continue to remain popular is due to a recent study showing that ignition interlocks were associated with a 70% reduction in arrests for impair
12
Apr

Finding the Right Car Insurance Policy for You and Your Vehicle

Written by Free Car Magazine. Posted in Auto insurance coverage, Auto insurance policy, Omega autocare

Car repairs

When you want to get from place to place, you will typically have a few options at your disposal, depending on your location. Many people rely on public transportation such as a bus system or the subway. Others call a taxi or other car service. There are those who prefer to get as many places as they possibly can on foot or by bicycle. But when it comes down to it, the most convenient option is a personal vehicle. The main problem with buying your own car and maintaining it is the high costs that can come along with ownership.

Knowing what costs can arise with car repairs

The majority of people are not buying brand new cars right off the lot. And even for those who do, there are still risks that come along with getting behind the wheel. When you boil it all down to the bare bo

11
Apr

Why It Is Important To Apply Lubricants To Machinery In The Metalworking Industry

Written by Free Car Magazine. Posted in Braycote 803, Castrol distributors, Transformer oil type 2

Synthetic oils

In the metalworking industry, a good lubricant oil distributor is key. After all, without a good lubricant oil distributor, it’s far too easy for industrial supplies to fall into disrepair. Statistics even show that nearly half of all manufacturing companies do not have the right procedures in place in order to maintain and service their machines with lubrication. In fact, more than 60% of people who work in the manufacturing industry feel that staff training in lubrication is lacking and should be updated more and more frequently.

For instance, many employees in the metalworking industry do not realize that a lubricant oil distributor can provide various types of lubricants, from Continue Reading No Comments

14
Mar

The Benefits of 24/7 Towing

Written by Free Car Magazine. Posted in Diesel fuel cleanup, Eau claire towing, Heavy duty towing services

Towing services

Car troubles make for a serious headache. Whether you’ve been in an accident, had one of your tires flatten, or had an internal mechanism of your car give out, it’s a never-ending worry when your car starts having troubles. And, as luck might have it, almost all of these incidents take place while your traveling on the road, so you’re left abandoned with your now-defunct car by the roadside, which is a shame (and a downright mental pain).

If you’re stuck in such unfortunate circumstances, you know the extreme benefit that comes through roadside car recovery. Roadside car recovery and towing services can be, quite honestly, a lifesaver. In the event of an accident or breakdown, roadside assistance and ve

14
Feb

Here’s How You Get a Good Deal On a Used Car

Written by Free Car Magazine. Posted in 2017 single cab f150 washington ch ohio, New ford f350 for sale washington ch ohio, Used ford f250 columbus ohio

Pre-owned cars washington ch ohio

The average personal vehicle on the road will change hands about three times over the course of its lifetime. While a shiny new car is fun to buy, many drivers find that their bank account prefers them to buy a car used. Finding a used car is easier than ever, and with the correct knowledge a buyer can get a great deal at the dealership.

Your Straightforward Used Car Buying Guide.

The average car will last for at the most just over 11 years supposing the owner kept it in excellent condition. Many car owners decide to trade in their car in after about six years, as some survey’s indicate. This means most car owners are looking to buy a car about every six years or so. But purchasing a new car is a bit different from buying a pre-owned one. Here’s how to find a great deal.

08
Jan

Road Trips Cars and Other Thoughts

Written by Free Car Magazine. Posted in Buick dealer, Buick dealer naperville, Car safety

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In the history of annals, there is the American road trip. The American road trip is chronicled in several movies, highlighted in several books, featured on certain TV shows, and seen in magazines. It is the seminal idea of the American: That road trip across America to see much of the country.

35% of Americans are planning to take a vacation 50 miles or more away from home with two or more immediate family members in 2017. Compared to 2016, 10% more families are expected to take road trips in 2017. Road trips require careful planning. The routes, the destinations, the stopping points, should all be mapped out beforehand.

If a GPS is an issue, having a standard map might be welcome to someone who does not like to rely on electronic devices to guide them to the destination. A map would help s