All wheel drive
More cars are available with all wheel drive (AWD). With life, there's a plus and minus to most everything and AWD is no exception. As far as tires, there's a minus.
If there's a puncture that is unrepairable, you may have to buy 4 new tires. This is because the tread depth for all tires should be the same in AWD cars. If not, the differential can be subject to excessive wear as one tire's diameter is larger because the tread is deeper. Manufacturers,
I've thought about writing a compilation of various tips about cars. Some tips are very basic. If you would like to contribute ideas, either as one tip or extensive writing, let me know.
All tires eventually leak air, even if there's no nail in the tire. Particularly during temperature fluctuations in the spring and autumn, there's tire expansion and contraction that results in some air loss. As much as 1 psi can be loss per month, though
I own my current 2005 Saab 9-5 for about 8 months now. Time to figure out what the cost is of owning one of these fine Swedish automobiles. You often hear they can be very expensive to own but that's not really the case if you can do most maintenance and repairs yourself. Working on a Saab 9-5 is actually surprisingly easy with some patience, manuals, good tools and help from other Saab owners.
Some costs are real numbers (maintenance and repairs) so they can be lower or higher for
Updated 27 October 2010 at 04:33 by Frank Wulfers
In 2008, I purchased a 2006 Saab 9-5 in California and drove it back to Michigan. I planned to pass the Bonneville Salt Flats on the way to see what it was all about. This was a place I always wanted to visit and I had the opportunity on October 2nd . I figured the access roads would be blocked off but the flats were wide open.
There was a commercial shoot for Lincoln going on and it was interesting to
Updated 19 October 2010 at 03:42 by Frank Wulfers
Acid staining concrete. I've only learned about it recently. Essentially, it's adding color to concrete by staining. The acid allows penetration of colored salts. (from the concretenetwork.com)
In working with an architect, diplomacy may be the key. Let the architect be too artistic and not communicate enough and you may spend a lot of money getting an attractive