Things For Consideration When Renting A Vehicle

There are numerous things for consideration when a person chooses to rent a vehicle. They must consider the number of passengers they are going to have that in the vehicle. They also must consider the amount of miles they want to put on the vehicle and how much traveling they are intending to do. Making sure that the mileage on the vehicle is taken into consideration is also essential to keep the cost of traveling as low as possible.


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At the top of the list when considering which type of vehicle to rent, it is important for people to give consideration to their previous driving experience. The level off even sure and studies offered during the event procedure should also be taken into consideration for the unfortunate circumstances when there is an accident that cannot be prevented. Companies such as Acorn Rentals that will provide courtesy car in the event of an accident are usually preferable for individuals who were doing traveling in an area which is not known to them. The fault of the accident will be determined and the cost of repairs will be paid by the insurance company of the individual who was at fault.
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What You Must Know About Smoking in the Car

Smoking is a toxic habit that should be stopped not only from public places but also from private ones. In fact this habit should be extinct for good. It seems like a harsh decision but on the long term giving up smoking will improve your life and protect your wallet.

Although it might sound ironic there are places that make smoking even more toxic than it already is. Like smoking in a car for example. It might not seem such a big deal but once you learn all the disadvantages you will understand at what risk you put yourself and the other passengers when smoking in a car.

Why Shouldn’t You Smoke in a Car?

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1. When you smoke in a stationery car that has the windows closed you produce 23 times more smoke than in a bar. You might say that you never smoke with the windows closed. Even so, a car still remains the worst type of space where you can get your lungs filled with second hand smoke.

2. Kids suffer more from this. According to a study conducted by British researchers kids are more affected by this bad habit because they have faster breathing rates, they don’t have a completely developed immune system and they cannot remove themselves from the source. The UK promotes banning smoking form cars where there are kids and a law related to this will come into force in October 2015.

3. The car loses value – a car that belonged to a smoker will sell for less money than one in which people didn’t smoke. The cigarette smoke will linger in the ventilation system and in the upholstery requiring some changes down the road (they might get burnt or change color due to the smoke). This will knock down a few bucks when you plan to sell it, so think about it seriously.

4. Air conditioning doesn’t help – if you insist on smoking, keep the window open and blow the smoke outside the car. But remember that when you close the window and start the air conditioning the concentration of carcinogenic particles rises from 1394 to 3808 millionths of a gram per cubic meter. Only one hour per day of smoke exposure will affect the pulmonary system of the persons inside.

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Smoking in your car might seem comfortable but you will soon come to understand that it is not the best solution for your car or your health. Choose smart!

Tips for Winterizing Your Vehicle

Most people don’t like winter because of the cold, dreary weather and the damage it can do to your home and your health. Winter can also do some major damage to your car too, which is why you need to take some extra precautions in order to ensure your car functions properly when the weather is less than stellar.

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There are plenty of things you can do in order to winterize your car. This can help to keep you safe during the cold weather, and it can also help ensure your car lasts much longer and runs more efficiently. After all, your car is an investment, and you’d like to keep it running properly for many, many years.

When it comes to keeping your car safe during the winter months, use the following tips to help winterize your car.

Change your oil.

Not only should you get regular oil changes during the winter, you should also change the type of oil you use in your car. If you live in an area that sees weather conditions get below freezing, you should consider switching to thinner oil. This will make a difference on the internal temperature of your engine to keep it running properly. Continue reading Tips for Winterizing Your Vehicle

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