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  • Auto insurance companies don’t want you to know Auto insurance companies don’t want you to know that you can make great savings on your car insurance. Thousands of consumers are quickly learning about their current auto insurance plan: If you’re paying more than $63 per month for auto insurance, this auto insurance comparison tool can help you check to see if you’re overpaying in a few minutes. This is something every driver should be doing every 6 months or so to ensure that they are getting the best deal. Insurance companies are always competing to win your business, but if you turn a blind eye and keep the same policy in place for a long period of time, your rates might have increased. By checking rates, drivers saved an average of $531 per year with a new policy. So do yourself a favor and do a quick comparison by filling out a short form (about 4 minutes). This is a fast way you can start saving on your auto bills. Source: Article.Expense-Cutter.Com ...
  • What types of piston engines are there? There is a great variation in piston engines, some of them are:   - Single-cylinder engines - Inline engine designs:  - Straight engine, with all of the cylinders placed in a single row  - U engine, two separate straight engines with crankshafts linked by a central gear.  - The square four is a U engine where the two straight engines have two cylinders each. - V engine, with two banks of cylinders at an angle, most commonly 60 or 90 degrees. - Flat engine (Boxer Engine), two banks of cylinders directly opposite each other on either side of the crankshaft.  - H engine, two separate flat engines with crankshafts linked by a central gear. - W engine. Combination of V and straight, giving 3 banks, or two V’s intertwined giving 4 banks. - Opposed piston engine, with multiple crankshafts, an example being:  - Delta engines, with three banks of cylinders and three crankshafts - X engine. - Radial designs, including most:  - Rotary engine designs (Wankel etc.). 
  • The New Nissan 2017 GT-R Sports Cats Nissan unveiled the new 2017 GT-R Sports Cats highlighted by a fresh look inside and out, as well as major driving performance enhancements and key new features. All told, this is the most significant change to Nissan’s flagship super sports car since it was introduced in 2007. The 2017 GT-R’s exterior receives a thorough makeover. The new "V-motion" grille, one of Nissan’s latest design signatures, has been slightly enlarged to provide better engine cooling.  
  • Are there really advantages selling your car privately? When you decide to sell your car privately instead of trading it in at a dealership it will cost you time and money to start with including the time that you have to wait for a response to your advertisement. You know the expression: "When I want to sell my car, I have to clean it first". So you have to do that. You also should make sure that the car is checked by a mechanic, and at minimum, to top off all the fluids and inflate the tires to proper air pressure. Get all the paperwork in order. Buyers like to see up to date maintenance records. You have to find the right place to advertise and sell your vehicle and possibly have to pay for that. You will receive calls or emails that you have to deal with. All this will cost you time and hopefully you give the right answers to the potential buyer. You also have to make sure that the payment process that you have in mind is both acceptable to you and the buyer, and that it goes by without any problems. And, you can most likely not provide a guarantee to the buyer something the buyer will surely keep in mind. The possibility for you to encounter scammers can mean problems ahead for you. Not only do scammers waste your time, they also can suck you into believing they are legitimate buyers. If you do get taken in by a scammer, you risk your vehicle, a ton of money or both. A dealer takes all this work, the risk, the time, the guarantees he has to give to the buyer away for you and probably gets a better price when selling the car onwards again do and can give you a price close or equeal to what you had in mind anyway. It is therefore logic that the dealer makes a few bucks too...  
  • What Are The Best Ways For Car Dealerships To Sell Their Car Inventory? Dealerships can list new cars and list certified pre-owned inventory. Car purchases (Bidding Auction and Direct Buy) can be made directly on PistonAds.Com. Payments are made directly by the buyer to the seller. PistonAds.Com does not charge any commissions. PistonAds.Com shows listings from local, national and international dealerships. The interaction by this network offers great opportunities for dealerships in general because they can sell, for instance, within a 40 miles of a person’s location or to someone in an international location. People can change this setting as needed when they search for vehicles. Inventory Distribution - Creation of Your Car Dealership Listings When dealers prefer will automatically distribute your inventory into our system at no extra charge. Additionally, we offer te make a logo and a company banner for you free of charge. Create Your Listings Here | Contact Us Here To Load Up Your Inventory
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