We are pleased to inform that autoDNA is now SSL-certified. What does it mean for a customer? In short, it means that all the data you provide while ordering via autoDNA is encrypted – and thus secure. Whenever you purchase an autoDNA report you can rest assured that your data will not be stolen by any third parties.
Who wouldn’t like to drive an automatic car if only they were a bit more affordable? Sadly, potential repair costs are so high that most of the buyers need to opt for second-hand vehicles. These may be cheaper but remember: automatic transmission car market is a real minefield. Before you start looking, read this article to learn about different types of automatic transmission and the models where they have proven to work properly (or not).
Cars are just excellent for holiday travel; nothing else gives you as much flexibility when it comes to changing your plans last minute and discovering new routes to enjoy the place you have chosen to the fullest. In terms of luggage capacity, your own car will always work better than a plane or bus. Still, there are certain drawbacks to driving on your own; this article will help you prepare for every possibility.
It’s been years since air conditioning became available to most of drivers; it no longer is a luxury. Technically speaking, it is quite durable so long as you take proper care of it. Here are a couple of tips to help you keep your air conditioning in perfect working order for long.
Not only does air conditioning require regular checkups but it also has to be used properly, both in hot summers and in freezing cold. Our tips will help you keep it in good working order.
Are electric cars worth buying?
9,500 electric cars were registered in the first half of 2014 in Norway alone; in France it was 6,400, and in Poland – 35. By the end of 2014 we almost reached a hundred. The following year was better, and so is 2016, as the sales are slowly increasing. Still, we have no chance to get anywhere near the numbers that other EU countries can boast about.The question is, why won’t Polish people buy electric cars? Are they right to be careful about them, or is an electric car worth a try in Poland?