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Its vehicle clearance time again, and that spells opportunity if you are in the hunt for a new car, whether its for business or personal use.

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Auto racing information
Automobile racing, sport in which specially designed or modified automobiles race on any of various courses. Automobile racing originated in France in 1894 and appeared in the United States the following year. It is now one of the most popular spectator sports in the world. Of many different types of competition, the most prestigious have traditionally involved Formula One (Grand Prix) or Indy-type automobiles, both cars with low-slung bodies capable of speeds greater than 230 mph (370 kph). Their design and maintenance require full-time racing teams and large corporate investment. A number of countries sponsor Grand Prix races, which contribute to the designation of a world champion driver. The Grands Prix of Monaco, France, Great Britain, Canada, and Australia are among the best known.

Auto service and repair consultants
Repair consultant as mediate between the client, insurance broker and auto body repairer and pride ourselves in offering clients a hassle free environment with fantastic service by ensuring that their vehicles are fully restored.

Auto service and repair information and referral services
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Auto wrecking information and referral services
Specialize in dismantling automobiles and selling used parts, both foreign and domestic.

Driving information
Driving as a physical skill In terms of the basic physical tasks required, driving a motor vehicle generally involves: Starting the vehicles engine with the starting system Setting the transmission to the correct gear Depressing the pedals with ones feet to accelerate and slow the vehicle (and, if necessary, to change gears) Steering the vehicles direction with the steering wheel Operating other important ancillary devices like the headlights and windshield wipers Watching the road conditions in all directions around the vehicle (including frequent checks behind the vehicle using mirrors) to monitor the relative location of other vehicles (including bicycles) and pedestrians. Driving is far more complicated than simply pressing pedals and turning the steering wheel; it also involves looking out for everyone (and everything) else on the road.

Smog abatement consultants
New York requires all registered vehicles to have two kinds of inspection each year: a safety inspection and an emissions inspection. These are performed simultaneously at privately owned inspection stations licensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles. A vehicle dealer will have the car inspected before turning it over to you if you bought it from a dealership, but if you bought it privately you must have the vehicle inspected yourself within 10 days of registration.It is illegal for an inspector to pass any vehicle without completing a full and proper inspection.

Towing information and referral services
A tow truck (also called a wrecker, a breakdown truck or a breakdown lorry), is a vehicle used to take disabled motor vehicles off a roadway to another location in case of breakdown or collision, or to impound illegally parked vehicles on public or (more commonly) private property. Three general types are in common usage, usually based on heavy-duty pickup or medium truck chassis: Tow trucks are usually operated by private businesses, except for major highways and toll roads, where the road authority may operate the tow trucks for that stretch of road. Businesses who operate a large fleet of vehicles, such as school bus companies or package delivery services, often own one or several tow trucks for the purposes of towing their own vehicles. Government departments with large fleets (such as the police departments, fire departments, transportation authorities and departments of public work

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