Author: George Kay

18
Dec
2012

Ford’s New Beast the GT500

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Ford’s SVT division was responsible for creating such beasts as the Ford GT and the F-150 SVT Raptor, and now added to this list is the 2013 Ford Shelby GT500! Banging out a whopping 662-horsepower, this ride goes from 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds and has a top speed of over 200 mph. When … Continue reading Ford’s New Beast the GT500

14
Dec
2012

This Year’s Awesome New Cars

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The new cars of 2013 are making it into the showrooms now, and we’re excited! There are a dozen new cars coming out that worth the wait we’ve had to endure, and most of them are priced under $50,000.

10
Dec
2012

American Gas Boom

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NHTSA (the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) has proven itself adept at promoting the new fuel standards imposed by the Obama Administration. Tapping the widespread obsession on gas prices, they claim that upgrading to the new sedans and trucks would be equivalent to paying a dollar a gallon less for your gas, but that … Continue reading American Gas Boom

7
Dec
2012

Recycled Shipping Containers

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Shipping containers are very useful for getting your vehicles or other shipped items overseas safely, but what else can they be used for? Well, you could always live in it! Metro Detroit may have the most unusual condominium project, which is a project where a 20-unit complex is being built from empty shipping containers. Soon … Continue reading Recycled Shipping Containers

4
Dec
2012

Natural Gas Trucking

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Just outside of Washington D.C. more than 550 people gathered for the two day conference about the future of natural gas usage by the American trucking industry. Arkansas’ trucking and fleet operations, as well as their economy, may be impacted by the messages delivered at the conference. U.S. Rep. Lee Terry plans to introduce and … Continue reading Natural Gas Trucking

20
Nov
2012

3 Moving Tips from a Warm Climate to Cold

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Moving can be a fun and new experience and moving from a warm climate to a colder one, comes with its own challenges and unique adventures. Whether you are moving for a job, transferring temporarily or have always wanted to see snow, there are still a few things you must to prepare for your move. … Continue reading 3 Moving Tips from a Warm Climate to Cold

16
Nov
2012

Shell’s New Synthetic Oil

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Oil makes your vehicle run properly by lubricating moving parts. If your oil isn’t doing its job then what happens to you car? Do you need synthetic oil to keep your engine safe? Oil has chemicals added to it to make it keep your car running longer. There are rust and corrosion inhibitors to keep your engine … Continue reading Shell’s New Synthetic Oil

16
Nov
2012

Tesla Car of the Year, It’s Electric

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Motor Trend shocks the world by naming a start-up company’s electric plug-in vehicle, the Tesla’s Model S sedan, the Car of the Year. For the first time “in memory” every judge agreed, which made this event even more shocking. To win this award, one of the most closely watched awards in the auto world, Tesla’s Model S … Continue reading Tesla Car of the Year, It’s Electric

12
Nov
2012

Transporting after the Storm

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After the experience and lessons gained from hurricane Katrina and other storms, U.S. truck, train, and logistic companies were able to quickly get back online after the Hurricane Sandy. One of the key drivers for the Northeast economy is expected to be the shipping business, which is expected to help the economic recovery. Those living … Continue reading Transporting after the Storm

5
Nov
2012

63 Ford Falcon Sprint Transport

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1963 Ford Falcon Sprint Ship Your Car Now was happy to be able to transport a mint 1963 ½ Falcon Sprint for one of our VIP clients from Minnesota to Australia. As usual, the vehicle arrived safely, securely and in a timely fashion.