Common safety issues in the trucking industry and how technology can aid

There is no secret to any reputable business owner that improvement in technology can make operations run faster, more efficient, and, above all, safer. Safety for both employees and clients should be amongst the top priorities of any business, especially for the transportation industry.  Drivers are on the road all day, ensuring goods reach their destination in good shape and […]

4 Technologies that will improve truck fleet operations

Have you ever questioned your trucking operations efficiency? More importantly, have you found a solution yet?  Managing a truck fleet is more challenging than it was a few years back with continually emerging technologies and trends that reshape all aspects of trucking. But with proper fleet management strategies and an abundance of opportunities, you can take advantage of these trends, […]

Preparing your car for the cold season – 6 mandatory steps

With the winter season just around the corner, you probably already started preparing for the incoming freezing temperatures. Checking the heating installation at home, cleaning the chimney, and adding an extra blanket is mandatory, but there is something else you need to make sure is winterized before the snow starts falling – your car. Preparing your car for the winter […]

2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300

Though a basic 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300 will cost somewhere around $4799, those who can afford it can also opt for a special limited edition in lime-green colors that costs just $200 more; one can also add other improvements, such as the $500 ABS which fits under the fuel tank and only weight five pounds.

Steps to follow after losing your car keys

It may seem weird to you that people might need advice to follow for the situation where they lose their car keys, but many individuals actually take wrong action in those cases. Misplacing or losing your car keys can be extremely frustrating, that is a known fact, especially when it happens when you are already late for work, stranded outside […]

Army Aviation

Army aviation, also called air corps in parts like North America, mostly deal with strategic and tactical help and support of the air force but of ground troops as well; they may deal with casualty evacuation, anti-tank warfare, reconnaissance, surveillance and disaster relief, all mainly with the help of different helicopters.

Federal Aviation Administration

The Federal Aviation Administration oversees and regulates all form of air traffic, but only civilian aviation, and it has, besides the main Headquarters in Washington, DC, other nine location spread throughout the United States in order to better oversee all activity happening in American air space.

2013 Lexus LFA

Toyota’s interest in giving customers a more powerful car that is fuel efficient and can also reduce pollution is made clear in designing the 2013 Lexus LFA that has replaced its steel components with some reinforced plastic fabrics made of carbon fibers that make this car weight lighter and ensure its engine with more power when speeding up.

2013 Honda CRF450R

Though many have been disappointed with its previous sisters, the new 2013 Honda CRF450R is sure to change impressions with its mass centralization and improved performance, especially where it concerns the 6-spring clutch, the stronger transmission, bigger exhaust valves and many others.

Honda CRF250

The great thing about the new 2013 Honda CRF250 is that it will also have a street legal version, so off-road fans and dirt bike amateurs will be able to ride something that powerfully resembles those bikes that make dirt history at competitions around the world.

How a car engine works

If you wonder how a car engine works, you should find out from the very beginning that your petrol or diesel engine in an internal combustion engine and the process that takes place inside this engine is referring to getting the fuel transformed into energy using the intake, compression, combustion and exhaust stages that are vital in creating motion in your car.

Civil Aviation

Flying can be divided into two major categories: army aviation and civil aviation; the latter represents all commercial and non-commercial aviation as well as private aviation, basically all non-military aviation and it is regulated by the International Civil Aviation Organization to which 191 countries adhere, 190 of which are UN members.