Category: Engineering & Technology

What To Do If Your Car Is A Lemon

What To Do If Your Car Is A Lemon

You Don’t Need To Be A Lawyer To Stand Up To The Car Dealership When They Sell You A Car That Just Doesn’t Work! Even though the dealership may not talk about it‚ the laws are set up to protect the consumer. Dealerships that sell faulty cars are not new‚ so “lemon laws” have been […]

Vintage Cars

Vintage Cars

Everything you ever wanted to know about… Restoration Tips From A Classic Car Junkie! You Can’t Restore Your Car Unless You… 1) Learn The Difference Between Repair and Restoration Repairing a car is quite different from restoring a classic car. Repairs are made all the time on cars‚ this is not a restoration. There is […]

Hypermiling How To Make Your

Hypermiling How To Make Your Car Go Further With Less Gas

*New*! HYPERMILING EBOOK WAYS TO IMPROVE GAS MILEAGE WITH FULL PLR, MRR! “How to Make Your Car Go Further with Less Gas” How To Make Your Car Go Further With Less Gas – If you arent familiar with hypermiling you should look into what it is all about. Chances are you will be hearing that […]

How To Make Your Car Run On Water

How To Make Your Car Run On Water

How to Make Your Car Run on Water! Everything you wanted to know about… Discover How To Make Your Car Run On Water! HOW DOES IT WORK 1) How To Make A Device To Convert Your Car. You don’t need a lot of money to convert your car into a car that runs on water […]

How To Know If Your Car Is A Lemon Or Not

How To Know If Your Car Is A Lemon Or Not

You do have rights if you think you have purchased a lemon. You should know what your rights are and you should know if you really do have a lemon. The views of a lemon are different in every state. You should find out what your state says about your car and if it constitutes […]

Definitive Guide To Gps Auto Tracker

Definitive Guide To Gps Auto Tracker

“Discover How To Find The Exact Location From Point A To Point B Just By Using A Small Gadget Without Having The Needs To Flip Through Hundreds Pages Of Printed Maps!” It doesn’t matter if you completely new to GPS system‚ this guide will get you on the right track to a fun filled experience.

Classic Cars

Classic Cars

If you have always loved cars and dreamed of one day bringing an old car back to life by restoration, “Classic Cars – Vintage Car Restoration Tips” can teach you the right way to go about living that dream by getting you started and keeping you motivated in a car renovation project. If you want […]

62 Ways To Save Money At The Gas Pump

62 Ways To Save Money At The Gas Pump

You don’t need to go broke to drive your vehicle! How To Save Money And Conserve Gas! “The ‘Cheap’ Person’s Way To Making The Most Out Of The Fuel In Your Tank!” Who are they trying to con? HOW much for ONE gallon of gas? $2.60? Who else longs for the day when you could […]

The Dollar Hen

The Dollar Hen

This book, “The dollar hen”, by Milo Milton Hastings, is a replication of a book originally published before 1911. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.

The Definitive Guide To Buying Your First New Car

The Definitive Guide To Buying Your First New Car

Here is just a sneak peak at what you’ll learn in The Definitive Guide To Buying Your First New Car: * Learn where to look when searching for your new car… so you don’t waste countless hours searching for cars in all the wrong places. * Discover creative ways to finance your new car… even […]

Scooters Mopeds And Other Fuel Efficient Vehicles

Scooters Mopeds And Other Fuel Efficient Vehicles

The cost of gas is more now than it has every been. In many locations people are paying twice as much per gallon as they were two years ago. There is information circulating in the news and online that the prices are just going to continue to get higher. This has many consumers very concerned […]

How To Start A Car Detailing Business

How To Start A Car Detailing Business

Discover tremendous and useful information inside of this book. Information such as: 13 questions to ask yourself before starting your own business. – 8 reasons to go into business for yourself (often needed for friends, family, and significant others). – How to be sure there is a market for your business before you invest the […]

Gassaving Devices Fuel Saver Or Consumer Scam

Gassaving Devices Fuel Saver Or Consumer Scam

There are plenty of products on the market for consumers to chose from. Most of the time they evolve based on the needs of society. When there is a trend taking place then you will see many different products emerge that can meet the new need people have. Some of them have been around for […]

Choosing Alternative Fuel

Choosing Alternative Fuel

This Is Just “A Small Preview” At What You’ll Discover With Choosing Alternative Fuel Through this ebook‚ you are going to learn what you will need to know why choosing an alternative fuel may benefit you and your future: In This Guide‚ You’ll Discover Things Like: Discover what are alternative fuels Learn why gas prices […]

Car Buying Tips

Car Buying Tips

People are always going to be buying cars and most of them either don’t know how to buy the right ones or are concerned about getting taken. Here’s your opportunity to help them out and put some cash in your pocket.

Auto Sound System Basics

Auto Sound System Basics

Auto Sound System Basics If you are new to the car stereo market, you may find yourself overwhelmed at the sheer number of parts and accessories that can make up a top of the line car stereo system. In this article, we’ll explore the basic components that make up a functioning car stereo system. The […]

Wonderful Balloon Ascents; or, The Conquest of the Skies

Nicolas Camille Flammarion (1842-1925) was a French astronomer and author. He is commonly referred to as Camille Flammarion. Camille Flammarion was born in Montigny-le-Roi, Haute-Marne, France. He was the brother of Ernest Flammarion, founder of the Groupe Flammarion publishing house. He was a prolific author of more than fifty titles, including popular science works about […]

Woodwork Joints

To be successful in woodwork construction the possession of two secrets is essential-to know the right joint to use, and to know how to make that joint in the right way. The woodwork structure or the piece of cabinet-work that endures is the one on which skilful hands have combined to carry out what the […]

Sailing Alone Around the World

Joshua Slocum (1844-1909) was a Canadian-born American seaman and adventurer, a noted writer, and the first man to sail single-handedly around the world. When shipwrecked with his 140 foot 3 masted barque Aquidneck on his way to Montevideo in 1887, he sold the wreckage, paid off his crew and built the Liberdade, an unusual 35-foot […]

The Road and the Roadside

Burton Willis Potter (1843-1927) was an American author and lawyer. He served in the civil war, first as private and later as sergeant. His works include: Speech of B. W. Potter (1872), The Road and the Roadside (1886), Fruits of the Civil War (1886) and Colonial Life in Rutland (1894).

Rides on Railways

Samuel Sidney (1813-1883) was a British author, journalist and editor. He studied and briefly practised law, but abandoned it and turned to journalism. His interest in agriculture led him to visit and write about many agricultural exhibitions. Due to the influence of his younger brother John, he became interested in Australia and they cowrote the […]

Railways: Report of the Railway Department

The Board constituted by Minute of the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade, for the transaction of Railway business, having had under consideration the different schemes deposited with the Railway Department for extending Railway communication between London, Worcester, and Wolverhampton, and in the district intermediate between the London and Birmingham and Great […]

Iron Making in the Olden Times

Reverend Henry George Nicholls (1825-1867) was the author of: The Forest of Dean: An Historical and Descriptive Account (1858) and Iron Making in the Olden Times (1866). ‘The remarkable revival and development that has recently taken place in the Iron Works of the Forest of Dean, and the consequent improvement which has accrued to the […]

Industrial Progress and Human Economics

James Hartness (1861-1934) was an American inventor and aviator, who also served as the Governor of Vermont from 1921 to 1923. He was born in Schenectady, New York and settled in Springfield, Vermont after becoming a superintendent at the struggling Jones and Lamson machine shop. A trained machinist, Hartness had been known in his early […]

Heroes of the Telegraph

Prof. John Munro (1849-1930) was the author of Heroes of the Telegraph (1891), The Story of Electricity (1896) and A Trip to Venus (1897). ‘The history of an invention, whether of science or art, may be compared to the growth of an organism such as a tree. The wind, or the random visit of a […]

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