"Ten years ago, NHTSA and AAA helped Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) launch National Tire Safety Week," said Charles Cannon, RMA president and CEO. "Our partnership and efforts continue today because our job is not finished. Too many drivers fail to do one simple task every month that will reduce their safety risk and help our nation conserve valuable natural resources. Checking tire pressure takes just five minutes, and it's worth every second."
Currently, the price of a gallon of gas is about $4.00 per gallon nation-wide, though many areas are paying much more.
Because of rising gas prices, sales of smaller, more fuel efficient cars
have risen in demand in recent months. Honda saw sales of its Fit model
rise 73% in April. Ford's new Fiesta sub-compact was up for the second
straight month. Chevy is seeing strong demand for its new Cruze compact
car. And Hyundai, which has been heavily advertising that four of its
cars achieve 40 mpg-plus in highway driving, is doing well.
Like the dawn of a new year, the 10 cars in this list are full of
promise and potential. From high-powered exotics to lively family sedans
and sporty hatchbacks, the class of 2011 has something for everyone.
They're also the cars we're most excited to drive in 2011:
Many enjoy the luxury of getting into a new, freshly washed vehicle but unfortunately do not have the time to either get a quality wash. In between, soccer practice and late nights at the office your find yourself not taking care of your second biggest investment you'll make?.Your vehicle.
Last Wednesday, the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety awarded 27 vehicles for receiving the highest ratings for "safest vehicles for 2010". All 27 vehicles received an award recognizing them for doing the best job against protecting motorists in front, rear, side and rollover crash. All vehicles feature, Electronic stability control (EST), which is a new state of the art anti-rollover technology.
With a new criterion, the numbers were cut in more than half. 94 were?
Sexy, Sleek, and Stunning are three words to describe the new Lexus LFA Supercar. On October 21, 2009 Lexus announced the official launch of their new, two-seat supercar. The new LFA Supercar is scheduled to go into production at the end of 2010, but the pre-sale started on the 21st of October. Only 500 units of the LFA will be produced and sold worldwide.
This past Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Eric Brooks, President of L?