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Cars with autopilot – smoother, safer and infinitely more relaxing

7 November 2022

According to the automotive media, we are inevitably approaching the era of autonomous cars – capable of driving on their own. At the same time, what’s surprising, is that there’s less and less news about the novelty we’re soon to be enjoying, which is the cars with autopilot able to take over the driver’s most boring tasks behind the wheel. In a sense, this solution is going to make the shift from the driving controlled by the driver to the autonomous driving much smoothly, and less chaotic. Anyway, we – the drivers – are going to face a true revolution.

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Four-wheel drive – how does it work, for whom is it, in which models can you find it

3 October 2022

The four-wheel drive is a solution valued by many drivers. What’s important is that it’s installed not only in the off-road cars, but also in SUVs, crossovers, family vans, and even in sedans and compacts. How does the four-wheel drive work, and are its advantages and disadvantages? Details below.

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What are the best diesel cars?

5 September 2022

Invariably, millions of cars drive through the European roads, including the one equipped with the diesel engines. For many decades, diesel cars have been extremely popular not only among Europeans. Drivers have been eagerly buying both new and second-hand passenger cars with an economic and at the same time dynamic source of power, which consumed up to two times less fuel than the gasoline engines.

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What’s the EURO 6 standard?

1 August 2022

EURO 6 – the latest emission standard – reduced the limits for the amount of nitrogen oxides emitted by cars with the diesel engines. The permitted average level of CO2 emission for particular vehicle manufacturers was also reduced, but most importantly, they manner of measuring the emission was changed.

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What should you know about the EURO 4 emission standard?

18 July 2022

There are more and more cars, and as the result, more and more emitted pollution – it’s impact on the environment could not be left unnoticed. Therefore, already during the 80s of the 20th century, the so-called R49 regulation was introduced, and since the beginning of the 90s the EURO standards have been applied in the European Union and EEA. Learn more about the Euro 4 standard.