Not all car tires have regular air in them, because some are filled with nitrogen! If you ever walk by a car and notice that the valve stems have green caps, you’ve probably seen a car with nitrogen in the tires. Nitrogen is often either used with cars that take frequent trips around racetracks, or vehicles that aren’t driven much. However, if you are like us, you’re probably wondering why this is even beneficial for tires. Well, the folks at Fiatusaoflanghorne.com have done some research and here’s the story:
This is pretty hilarious, as Johnny Manziel takes out his frustrations by banging his Surface tablet on his head . . .
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When temperatures plummet, cars often get hard to start. With modern fuel injection systems, this is not as common as it used to be but when vehicles get really could it can still be an issue. An excellent way to make it easier on your engine is to keep it heated up a bit during the night.
In Europe, close to 50% of the cars and trucks on the road are diesels. So why not in the US? Polls reveal that Americans aren’t as comfortable with diesel-engined passenger cars and some say it has to do with an poorly-designed Oldsmobile diesel engine from almost 40 years ago. Specifically, back in 1978 Oldsmobile designed a V8 diesel and it was a real disaster. Here’s the story: