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Tips That Help You Cut Down On the Fuel Bill

Given the fact that the cost with fuel is increasing constantly, drivers must find various ways of reducing fuel consumption and implicitly reducing the costs associated with it. Of course the new technologies have an important contribution to fuel saving, but it is still the driver the one who can influence the engine’s “appetite” for fuel. Please see below tips ...

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Monaco: Lewis Hamilton Loses to Nico Rosberg

Lewis Hamilton has lost at  the Monaco Grand Prix,  because of a strategic error by his Mercedes team, handing Nico Rosberg the win. As reported by BBC Sports, Hamilton controlled the race until Mercedes pitted him after a late safety car following Max Verstappen’s crash. Team-mate Nico Rosberg and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel did not stop and passed Hamilton before he ...

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Safest Mercedes-Benz E-Class Ever

New E-Class currently being flaunted by Weststar Associates Limited, Nigeria’s Authorized General Distributor of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, is not only face-lifted front and back, but also the safest ever, reports ROTIMI ASHER It’s like a silent revolution. Mercedes-Benz is once again emphasising its tradition, a brand that is consistent with quality; a brand you step into, shut your door, drive off and feel ...

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MW Opens Database for Airbag Explosion Victims

…Asks Motorists, General Public for Incident Reports Motoring World, Nigeria’s International magazine for automobile and allied industries has created a database for victims of vehicle airbag explosions in Nigeria and other African countries, calling on motorists, fleet operators and general public to urgently furnish it with reports of airbags explosions. Creating the data base becomes necessary, due to potential danger ...

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Takata Lethal Airbag Latest

Mazda, Mitsubishi Recalls 624,000 Cars … As Toyota Names Affected Models in Nigeria By: ROTIMI ASHER Mazda Motor Corp and Mitsubishi Motors Corp have this morning said they would recall about 624,000 more vehicles to replace air bag inflators made by Japan’s Takata Corp, following similar moves last week by domestic Nissan, Toyota and Honda. Mazda said it was recalling ...

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Tyre Safety Tips Keep You On Track

Punctures and tyre-related incidents are the second most common cause of breakdowns according to the AA. Motorists are, therefore advised to use the following tips, because, whenever a motorist embarks on a journey, he or she aspires to arrive safely. Of every part making up a vehicle, tyre should be cared for painstakingly. Do you know why? Whenever you are ...

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