If you own or operate an automotive service center, then you know the importance of keeping costs low. Not only is this important to you, but in a day where fuel costs are rising, and insurance premiums aren’t getting lower, this is even more important to your customer. Car owners that are looking to have their vehicle serviced are doing so in an economy today that is tough. What they want and need from a good service center is low costs, quality parts, and mechanics that can get the job done right the first time. An auto service center is only as good as its reputation, and this is an industry where the stigma of con artists hoping to make a quick buck is high. You don’t want that to be you if you want your service center to be busy. You are in the business of making people’s lives easier, by providing quality service that keeps their vehicles safe, and their wallets in good shape. How you do this is by investing in the right automotive tools and automotive equipment to keep your costs down. When your costs are down, you can pass those savings on to your customers
Prior to the invention of automotive GPS units, traveling to unknown areas had to be done through reading a map and/or asking for directions. Both methods had problems. For instance, how can one effectively read a map while driving? Map-reading is only best if there is another passenger in the car, which isn’t always possible. Asking for directions can also be annoying, at least if the person giving the directions does so in a manner that is not as clear.
Fortunately, with the emergence of automotive GPS units the process of map-reading and getting directions has never been easier as each can be done either through voice activation, touching the screen, pushing buttons or a combination. Maps pinpointing the exact location pop right up on the screen, while directions can be given through a computer-generated voice. Nothing could be easier or better. The only issue is deciding which automotive GPS unit should be purchased. This article will serve as a guide telling consumers what they should be on the lookout for when choosing automotive GPS units.
The first area of consideration when buying automotive GPS units is seeing how accurate the device is. One way to determine this is by how many
Automotive tools are highly specialized in nature. Many a time a particular automotive tool serves only a single purpose. Therefore it is essential to have a set of automotive tools in order to avoid any interruptions in the business. However the automotive tool set is extremely expensive. At times, the cost of the tool is more than the cost of vehicle that needs repair. Sometimes the cost of tool set may be more than the vehicle needs to be repaired. Hence automotive tool financing is becoming essential nowadays.
There are some legitimate financing companies have an expertise in financing automotive tools. You can seek their help by submitting an online application provided by them. They ensure fast approval of the amount required to acquire automotive tool set.
Automotive tools financing is normally available under various options. Automotive Air compressor is one among them which helps in acquiring the equipment which costs thousands of dollars. There are various types of compressors like compact air compressor, piston compressor, single stage compressor, two stage compressor and so on. Due to automotive tool financing it is possible for almost all companies to acquire any of the aforementioned types of air compressors.
Automotive hand tool financing is required
Attending CES and the Detroit auto show over the past two weeks has my brain awash in future technology. Mercedes-Benz showed off its fully autonomous F015 Luxury in Motion concept car in Las Vegas, while Buick, Chevrolet , Hyundai, Infiniti and Volkswagen all had concepts sporting advanced features in Motown. Many of these technologies are a ways off, but others are just around the corner, or even entering showrooms right now. The rate at which technology is changing personal transportation accelerates every year, which can make predicting the arrival of future car tech a dicey proposition. Even more compelling is the increasing priority we’re seeing consumers place on automotive technology during their shopping process at Kelley Blue Book. This had me wondering — what automotive technologies will go from science fiction to commonplace in just the next 5 years. I’ve listed these below in an effort to identify the top 10 advanced car technologies we’ll see in showrooms by 2020.
1. Autonomous Vehicle — Let’s just get this one out of the way. Note I didn’t say fullyautonomous
Automotive Robotics Market is forecasted to grow at XX% CAGR and reach $XXX million by 2020.The market is growing at a decent pace, and isn’t going to saturate during the forecast period.
The automotive industry is presently facing a dynamic era of progress due to the increasing demand for vehicles (including cars, two wheelers, trucks, buses and off-road vehicles among others). This extraordinary growth of the automotive industry is positively inducing the use of robots for meeting the growing consumer requirement of this market. Automotive robots are designed for supporting the production of automobiles in automotive industry.
The increasing adoption of industrial robots in emerging countries is estimated to drive this market throughout the forecast period. The market is observing huge demands from the automotive, electrical & electronic and food & beverages industry in the emerging countries. The US, Japan, and Germany are the key revenue suppliers to the robotics market. The upsurge in economy in APAC has cemented the way for manufacturing and industrialization. The upsurge in procuring capacity has also led to a demand for high-quality consumer goods. Industrial robots are also swapping skilled labourers for several precision based roles such as packaging and welding.
Major drivers of the
You should always make sure that you’re driving with optimal tyre pressure. Tyre pressure impacts fuel efficiency to a great extent. In case of reduced tyre pressure, there is increased contact between the road surface and the tyre. This results in friction and leads to greater consumption of fuel. Additionally, over inflating your tyres will definitely result in lower fuel consumption but this will compromise water dispersal ability on roads along with overall grip and handling. Keep your tyres inflated at the levels recommended by the car manufacturer and you will not have to worry about anything else. Check your tyres at least once every week in case you want to reduce fuel consumption.
Always use the accelerator, brake pedals and other driving controls respectfully and smoothly. Sudden, swift and rough acceleration and sudden braking will harm your car’s fuel economy figures in the long run. Always combine multiple short trips for lowering overall fuel consumption of your car. Every time you run the engine, your car will automatically require fuel. This is why frequent and short trips are best combined into one or two longer ones.
Fuel economy depends heavily on how your car parts air while on the move. Fuel
Some Facts About High Speed Limits and Car Accidents
In 2014, the U.S. Department of Transportation reported that a total of 32,675 people died in motor vehicle accidents or soon thereafter as a result of injuries suffered from those accidents. This recent estimate of deaths was tied to over $242 billion dollars of taxpayer expense for annual economic ramifications of these deadly accidents. The high death toll of accidents is attributed to impaired driving, speeding, non-use of seat belts, distracted driving and other bad driving behaviors. Sadly, bad behaviors are the common denominator in these deaths, regardless of precise actions.
About 28 percent of motor vehicle crash deaths in 2014 were proven to be caused by speeding. Speeding has been the attributed factor for 30 percent of crash deaths since 2005. The definition of speeding when it comes to auto accidents includes crashes wherein the driver was ticketed for excess of speed or due to behaviors such as driving too fast for road or weather conditions, racing or blatantly exceeding posted speed limits.
Surprisingly, interstates and freeways where speed limits are higher are not necessarily where the danger lies, or where most accidents from this cause occur. In 2014, speed related auto accident