Lowering car emissions – Germany to ban diesels!

The Leipzig Regional Administrative Court ruled that German cities can ban older diesel cars with high emissions. The ban affects diesel cars up to ecological standard of Euro 6. The Federal court’s decision was made on appeal against the decision taken by the provincial courts in Stuttgart and Dusseldorf last year to ban the diesels […]

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The $2 million SUV – is it worth it?

Designers at Karlmann King have designed an SUV with one purpose – for it to be the most expensive SUV in the world. The starting price is $2 million for the base model and with extras it can get up to $3.8 million, which includes bulletproof option. The basis for this car is a Ford […]

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Diesel fumes cause cancer?!

New diesel engines may have reduced harmful gases to minimum, but some scientist don’t really agree. IARC claims that exhaust fumes cause cancer and scientists are suggesting diesel fumes should be reduced as much as possible. According to them, diesel fumes cause lung cancer and are closely connected with bladder cancer. This is why diesel […]

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Types of exhaust smoke and what they indicate

When everything is in order with our exhaust system, exhaust smoke is usually colorless. From time to time it can be white due to low temperatures, but that’s nothing to worry about. But what if exhaust smoke turns black, blue or white for no reason? In that case, the car is telling us that there […]

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Connecticut Smog Check / Emissions Test

Residents in the State of Connecticut must get a vehicle emissions test every other year. To complete the test, drive your car to a state emissions testing facility with your vehicle, bring your test notification (if the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles mailed one to the owner’s residence), and be ready to pay the test […]

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California State Smog Check / Emissions Test

California motorists must complete an emissions test every two years. For new residents, the smog check is required before you can register your vehicle. This test looks at your vehicle’s emission productions and gives an overview of its functional state. Without it, unless your vehicle is exempt, your vehicle will not be legally drivable here. […]

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Wisconsin Car Insurance

When it comes to car insurance the state of Wisconsin is a bit different from most other states due to the fact that instead of requiring drivers to maintain an insurance policy on their vehicle drivers are required to be able to prove that they can be financially responsible if they are found to be […]

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Texas Car Insurance

When it comes to car accidents involving two or more drivers Texas Car Insurance law requires the driver that caused the accident to pay for any injuries or property damage sustained by other parties. Since the costs of even a minor accident can place unbearable financial burden on many motorists the state of Texas operates […]

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Colorado Car Insurance

When buying Colorado Car Insurance Policy there are a variety of requirements that must be met in order for the policy to satisfy Colorado State law. The most obvious requirement that drivers in Colorado have to meet is maintaining minimum levels of liability coverage on their vehicle. These minimum levels are set by the state […]

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