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J3rrYcid said...

Well, there has to be certain reasons why the electric car market is not doing as well as the fuel-run car market. One thing for sure, it has got to be the charging inevitability of an eletric car. Pumping petrol once a week is already considerably a hassle for drivers, what more charge the car daily before you are able to use it the next day? That is even a more bothersome chore and drivers might not even have ample time to do so amidst their busy schedules. It is so difficult to convince a higher percentage of drivers to perform the 'green' switch and taxpayers should really stop being forced to contribute to such efforts. It is the government's sole responsibility to carry out the 'green' movements and use their own funds instead. http://www.carid.com

January 14, 2013 at 4:01 a.m.
J3rrYcid said...

Tears flowed down my cheeks as I read this article. I am a parent and I know how devastating it must have been for all of Liora's family members, especially Rachel. They must have been speechless and mad and upset and absolutely filled with remorse and regret. I agree that such a simple gadget such as the rearview camera could have saved so much grief in such a situation. I have just recently installed one at my car because I had a minor accident. It was late at night and the carpark was really dark. As I was reversing my car to get out of the lot, I banged against a black hatchback. Luckily for me, I was not speeding so the car was safe without a scratch. I could have sworn I did not see the car AT ALL on my rearview mirror. Since that incident, I promised myself I would drive more carefully and the rearview camera really helps to keep my word. http://www.carid.com

January 14, 2013 at 4 a.m.
J3rrYcid said...

Well, nobody said it would be cheap to own a car. Yes, it provides convenience and it saves time and effort while travelling to anywhere. However, it does not run on water and fuel is a depleting resource which would most certainly require a lot of costs to continue extracting. I personally have not been blaming the oil companies or the petrol kiosk owner because I have always known the hefty prices are due to the taxes incurred on the already-expensive oil prices. It is like a form of administration fee for getting the oil right to your doorstep. So, if you are not willing to pay up, then succumb to going public. http://www.carid.com

January 14, 2013 at 4 a.m.
J3rrYcid said...

With the recent Toyota failures that result in casualty crashes, I wonder if car customers continue to trust in the brand. It is hard to fully support a brand after discovering such a serious fault. To protect the brand’s reputation, I believe in the importance of checking the auto parts before shipping it to the consumers. It might be tedious, and it might cost money, but in the end, it will give extra reassurance to the customers that the brand truly cares for them, and that they can trust in the quality of the car parts. http://www.carid.com

December 27, 2012 at 2:26 a.m.
J3rrYcid said...

It is about time more effort is being done to make electric cars as attractive to drive as possible. It is frustrating to have a gem that helps contribute to keeping the environment clean, yet the infrastructure has not been implemented to make it functional and convenient. Besides putting up a network of chargers, perhaps more can be done to boost electric cars’ irresistibility, such as providing car parts easily for replacement, and cheaper servicing. When al these factors come together, I believe electric car can then really take it off, and contribute for the environment. http://www.carid.com

December 27, 2012 at 2:26 a.m.
J3rrYcid said...

Wow, it is great to see so much investment is poured in to blossom the car industry in the South. Not only will this boost the number of jobs for the residents, it will also provide good services and low prices for the customers in the area, as each company tries to outbid its competitor to get the customers. They will have to aim to provide the best quality of cars to seal the deal. Of course, this also shows that extra car parts are always not too far away from the dealership. http://www.carid.com

December 26, 2012 at 4:36 a.m.
J3rrYcid said...

Wow, apparently, some kids were still unfazed even when they hit someone due to distracted driving. I hope this simulator comes with a class to educate them on the dangers of texting while driving. Besides understanding how to drive and learning the auto parts, the safety aspects of driving have to be an important focus in their driving lessons.

December 19, 2012 at 2:47 a.m.
J3rrYcid said...

It is such a privilege to be given a company car, especially when it is from taxpayers’ money. It is not a common benefit given by all employers. I wonder if the employees who violated the rule are aware of how lucky they are. Even the servicing of the auto parts are taken care of by the council.

December 19, 2012 at 2:42 a.m.
J3rrYcid said...

When VW invests so much into a plant to build car parts and put together their new car, you know it is going to be quite a hit with consumers. They seldom disappoint with their cars, and the VW brand has also come to signify quality cars. Thomas - http://www.carid.com/

August 27, 2012 at 11:31 p.m.
J3rrYcid said...

When renting a car, make sure you do a thorough check for the entire car before renting it. Some cars come with damaged parts, that if not sounded off, could result in you paying for those damages at the end of the trip. Definitely something to avoid! Thomas - http://www.carid.com/

August 27, 2012 at 11:29 p.m.
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