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07 Oct 2021

All you need to know about Lead-Acid car battery

How does a battery work? Lead acid car batteries are energy storing devices made up of lead and lead dioxide plates. These plates are submerged into an electrolyte solution. The percentage of water is 65% and sulphuric acid contributes 35% to this solution. When the battery is used to start the car, it gets discharged. The sulphuric acid in the electrolyte solution gets depleted leaving a higher proportion of water. The sulfare is returned to the acid during the charging process. The battery ...

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01 Oct 2021

Easiest ways to find faults in your car

Many times when our cars may have unusual niggles, quirks, or complaints we don't know what to do... Here are four ways to find faults with your car: 1) Keep a Record Problems with our car may be subtle or insignificant at first. It can be hard to keep track or understand what triggers and relieves them without first paying close attention. That is why it is important to begin keeping record at the first sign of trouble. This can include making a note of any unusual sounds, sigh...

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10 Sep 2021

Benefit of Car Detailing

Removal of Contaminants Even after you have washed your car and removed dirt, there are still some contaminants left on the paint. Some of these elements include sap and tar, which may stick to the clear layer of the paint. They can cause significant damage to the paint. Usually, professionals use a clay bar for the removal of these contaminants. Based on the type of substance, they can also use other types of solvents. For instance, if there is a mineral residue on your car paint, they ...

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15 Aug 2019

Don De Sang

A single pint can save three lives, a single gesture can create a million smiles...   Come and give your blood at Delior Automobile on the 24th of August 2019 and create the millions of smiles...

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28 Jun 2018

The Volkswagen Beetle

The Beetle was indeed the result of Adolf Hitler's plan to build a reliable car that hard-working German families could afford. He met with car designer Ferdinand Porsche in 1935 to set his plan into motion. ... Hitler spotted Ganz's car at a show in 1933, and the key elements of its design ended up in the Volkswagen....

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