Fighting corrosion is a challenge every driver will have to face sooner or later. At the early stage you can combat corrosion yourself, especially when it comes to preventing its formation. However, when large areas of your vehicle’s body are corroded, you should let the professionals help.
A company car for a woman should be the same as the one for a man, period. This strong opinion is pretty popular. People who voice such opinions usually don’t want to be accused of some sort of discrimination. Equality, however, is not about unification of everything, regardless of gender. So let’s look at the issue of choosing a company car for women through the lens of their needs. Professional statistic research can help us here.
We all know one should exercise extreme caution behind the wheel when the road is wet or slippery. However, not everyone remembers that driving a car in strong wind is risky, too. To avoid the risk, you should follow a few basic rules.
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It is the time of the year when every dealer tries to sell their cars as cheap as possible. Nevertheless, if you’re after the safest car of 2017, you have to prepare yourself for premium class prices. This is because according to the EURO NCAP ranking, all the safest vehicles are either premium class or the highest models of the (slightly) less expensive brands. At the same time, you need to remember that higher class doesn’t necessarily mean the car will be safe.