June 9, 2016 by Raymond Leave a Comment Losing the car key is the most popular problem that the car owner usually has to find out the best way to deal with it. Almost all people have a tendency to forget the key, but they do not know exactly where they put the key on. In some situations, they may lose the key because someone steals it. To address this case, there is a wide range of the ways and each person has their own way, depending on their preference. Today, we will provide you the detailed instruction on what you should do when you lost the key. Tips on opening the car Many people get into the trouble when they forget the key. They usually lock themselves out with the key inside the car. To combat this situation, they usually ask for the help of a locksmith nyc who has a bunch of the skeleton keys. Fortunately, one of his keys can work and open the car. However, not all people have the good luck to open their car. Besides, some people take the use of the clothes … [Read more...] about How To Open The Door When You Lost The Car Key?
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Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Ford kills the Taurus, Fiesta and Fusion: What we loved and hated about the cars Ford has confirmed longstanding rumors that it will stop making the Taurus, Fiesta and Fusion sedans. Their demise is akin to a divorce with drivers. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Nathan Bomey, USA TODAY Published 1:18 p.m. ET April 26, 2018 | Updated 1:51 p.m. ET April 26, 2018 Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Ford to kill Fusion, Taurus and Fiesta cars Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Orestes Perez and his niece Yanuska Perez look at a 2013 Ford Fusion SE at a dealership in … [Read more...] about Ford kills the Taurus, Fiesta and Fusion: What we loved and hated about the cars
Riding high with Surrey’s traffic police searching for distracted drivers There’s a Range Rover ahead, and the female driver has a phone pressed hard to her left ear using her left hand. There’s a boy strapped into a booster seat beside her. It’s Friday morning on the M25, and that’s not the time and not a suitable situation to be blithering on the phone. The driver probably has her eyes on her mirrors, because she knows what she is doing is dangerous and illegal. But she doesn’t see the uniformed observer sitting next to the uniformed driver. That’s not because we’re in an unmarked car – there are two of those ready to take over – but because we’re in a huge Mercedes Actros HGV cab. The Range Rover details are passed to one of the unmarked cars, and they pull her off the motorway to discuss why she was talking on the phone on the M25 with her young son beside her. The truck thunders on, looking for more distracted … [Read more...] about Stopping the mobile menace: in the cab with police’s undercover truckers
THE motors most likely to let you down have been revealed - and it's not good news for BMW. Three of the bottom five breakdown candidates were from the German manufacturer, according to a new owner study. Thousands of drivers with cars less than 12 months old were quizzed by the Driver Power survey across 31 different categories. The BMW 5 Series ranked worst with a staggering 51 per cent of owners having an issue in the last 12 months. It wasn't much better news for the 4 Series (36 per cent) or 2 Series (35 per cent) while the big-selling 3 Series (31 per cent) ranked sixth. And worryingly complaints were spread across paint and trim, electrics, engine, suspension and brakes. Cars most likely to develop a fault BMW 5 Series/M5: 51 per cent reported a fault (most likely issue: exterior paint and trim) Alfa Romeo Giulia: 40 per cent (electrics) BMW 4 Series/M4: 36 per cent (electrics, suspensions, brakes) BMW 2 Series/M2: 35 per cent (suspension) Land Rover Discovery Sport: 31 per cent … [Read more...] about The most unreliable cars in the UK REVEALED – and the car that makes owners happiest
When I opened my laptop Monday, I saw a story on how Bugatti can personally monitor customer cars and fly technicians out on a whim. It reminded me of my Saturday: eyeballing my odometer, deciding I needed an oil change and then cleaning dark, burning gunk out of the cat scratches on my hand for 15 minutes. “Lord,” I thought—or, “think,” since this thought sequence happens daily and should probably be in the present tense. “I spend my whole life trying to save a few dollars, while there are people in the world who pay to get personal calls from Bugatti when one of their tires is too low.” While I’d rather save the money and make sure things get put back where they go when the job is done (RIP to some of my missing undercarriage panels), it never fails to remind me how cheap I truly am when I get online and read that the Chiron’s systems track 10,000 different signals from the car on its health and send them back to Bugatti reps. … [Read more...] about Writing About The Car Industry Constantly Reminds Me Of How Much Money I Don’t Have
ARJEPLOG, Sweden — Imagine driving down a wide boulevard. Every few hundred yards there are left and right turns, each marked with a sign and a name. They couldn’t be more evocative: Nürburgring, Paul Ricard, Yas Marina, Silverstone, Le Mans. Sure enough, as you choose a turn, there are immaculate and exact 1:1 scale replicas of each of these famous racetracks, more than 30 miles of twists, turns, and straightaways. Now imagine that boulevard runs across a frozen lake, and each track is carved into the icy surface. No barriers to hit, no gravel traps to get buried in. This playground seems almost endless. Sounds like heaven, right? It is. Welcome to the surreal world of Lapland Ice Driving in Sweden. There is a celestial fleet of cars, too. Take baby steps with a Porsche Cayman or Focus RS then graduate to Maserati GranTurismos before testing your skills in the Lamborghini Huracán LP580-2s, Porsche 911 GT3s, and Ferrari 458 Italias. The tracks change every year, … [Read more...] about Formula 1 on Ice: No, Not the Cars—But the Circuits Are Another Story
EVERYONE loves a sing-a-long to their favourite song in the car. But turning up the volume could see you fined or even have your motor taken off of you. Listening to loud music is illegal if it's disturbing other people on a regular basis - or if it's causing you to drive erratically. And UK laws dictate the punishment varies depending on whether you're parked up or driving along as dealing with drivers pumping out tunes falls between the local authority and cops. If you're parked up on street or private land than a local authority has powers to issue a noise abatement notice - just like if you had loud music on in your house disturbing neighbours. But there's no powers to stop cars or demand driver details be passed over. However, police have much stronger powers under section 59 of the Police Reform Act 2002 - but they have to be on the scene to deal with it. Traffic cops can stop and seize a vehicle that is causing alarm, distress or annoyance to members of the public. If a … [Read more...] about How playing loud music in the car could get your motor seized by police – and the rules are different if you’re parked
At xBhp we normally do not have anything to do with cars. Except in the rare instances when the cars are prefixed with the word ‘super’! The Auto Expo 2016 was of course a perfect setting for people to visit and ogle at the gorgeous motorcycles on display, but some cars were sufficiently beautiful to grab our interest. So here are a bunch of ‘superb’cars which we captured through our lenses and we hope you will appreciate these vehicles as much as we did! Hopefully we would get a chance to jump behind the wheel for another iteration of Driver vs. Rider. Honda Project 2&4 Now most readers of xBhp are not used to the shock of seeing cars on this forum, so we will ease you into this different world by first presenting a motorcycle, er car. Err, the Honda Project 2&4. Where the Japanese company has beautifully amalgamated the adrenalin pumping nature of two-wheelers with that of four. It houses a litre engine derived for MotoGP in it and can easily be … [Read more...] about Auto Expo 2016: The Car Pavilions!
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a juggernaut. With 18 films and 10 television series all sharing the same mythology, it’s dominated the big and small screen for almost a decade.But whether set in Earth’s past, the planets of a galaxy far, far away, or just present day New York, the MCU features a lot of cars. Okay, maybe not so much the films on alien planets.Nevertheless, with a cultural phenomenon like the MCU, car manufacturers can see an obvious marketing opportunity. What better way to attract customers than having a hero like Captain America driving it?Brands are taking to MCU to unveil their new cars — sometimes by stealth, but usually more obvious — and we’re taking a look at some of the memorable debuts.Iron Man – Tesla RoadsterWhen Iron Man, the first film in the MCU, hit the screens, the Tesla Roadster was just three months old. Elon Musk took delivery of the first car himself (and we all know what happened to that one) in February … [Read more...] about The Car’s the Star: Cars of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
FINAL REPORT - scroll down for earlier reports“Do you know what?” my partner asked me as we homed back in on Calais after 1500 miles in a week in the BMW 320d xDrive, adding those to the 15,000 miles racked up in the previous 11 months. “I’m really going to miss this car.” Why did she think that? “I don’t know why...”Ah. But as strange as it sounds, I’m with her on that. Well, I do know why, but I understand what she meant: the 3 Series is one of those cars that gets pretty much every little thing right, in such an unassuming way, that it makes life with it so easy, enjoyable and rewarding almost without you ever really noticing it.Whatever the 3 Series’ status and reputation as a stellar car to drive and a fine all-rounder, though, it still arrived in our possession last summer with a lot to prove. Back then, it had just undergone a facelift and its position as the star pupil of the class it had ruled for so long was under … [Read more...] about BMW 320d long-term test review: all the car you’d ever need?