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Today, more and more people prefer to invest in used cars. They are cheaper. It gives a possibility to people to change car models more often. Buying a used automobile, though, is quite a risky investment.


When a person decides to get a used auto, they have to double check what technical condition of the car is. Sellers usually do not disclose the truth about it. They want to sell a car for the highest price possible. A good way to reveal the truth is to use VIN decoding. You can use the link https://www.faxvin.com/vin-decoder to order a VIN decoding.

 

Where To Order VIN Decoding


Each manufactured vehicle gets certain vehicle identification number. It is a unique 17 digit and letter code that contains full information about a car. To decipher data from a VIN, one should:


        Contact local DMV office. DMV means Department of Motor Vehicle. It is a governmental organisation. It provides VIN decoding for all citizens. It will take several days for an owner to get all the data gathered.

        Order information from a privately owned companies. These are companies that will decode VIN number faster, than governmental agencies. Both types of agencies provide some information free of charge, but full VIN report should be paid for.


There is not much difference what option to choose. Information for any VIN report is derived from official sources. Therefore, no organisation can speculate on it.

 

 

What Type Of Information An Owner Can Get


Vehicle identification number can reveal much information. It will help every buyer to make a right choice of a car. Here is data a potential buyer can obtain:


        Manufacturer of an auto. It seems to be evident information. Though, buyers often make professional tuning. They mask a cheap car and convert it into an expensive automobile. It enables them to earn money quickly.

        A year of production. This is another source of speculation. The newer the car is, the more expensive it become. Many sellers simply make false technical certifications. They present them to buyers and ask for a higher price.

        Unique production number. Vehicles are produced in lines. Each item is assigned an authentic production number. It is important to know it. It will help to check particularities of technical features of a particular car. Very often a car has unobvious defects that are typical for series of automobiles from the same production line.

        Country where the car was produced. Very often multinational companies conceal a place where an auto was produced. They usually produce cars in cheaper countries to reduce costs of production. For a buyer, it is better to buy Mercedes produced in Germany than outside the EU.

        Engine type. Reliable companies like Mercedes, Volvo or Opel improve engines yearly. They increase their technical parameters. A right way to find out what exactly engine type a vehicle has, a VIN decoding is needed.

        Safety and brakes. Every driver wants to be safe on the road. He also wants to protect members of his family, any passengers in the car, and also other people around. For that reason, a driver should get full information about safety and brakes of a vehicle.


This is important data that a buyer can get if he orders VIN decode service. This service will help to understand a real technical condition of a used car.




An officer in Mountain View, California noticed a prototype vehicle travelling in a 35 mph zone at a speed of 24 mph resulting in traffic congestion. "As he approached the vehicle he realized that it was Google's self-driving car" said a post by the police department. The officer also contacted the operator to learn about the steps followed by the vehicle for choosing speed depending on roadways and make the operator vigilant about impeding traffic.


Google's self-driving car project gave response on the official Google+ page and clarified that they have put a limit to the maximum speed (i.e. 25 mph) for safety reasons. The company said most of these stops occur owing to growing curiosity of people and their desire to get a closer look. They want people to perceive the car as friendly and approachable, rather than intimidating by making them zoom scarily through neighbourhood streets. Google also said that their vehicles have driven 1.2 million miles for testing without getting a ticket. Well, that's quite an achievement and also human equivalent of 90 years of driving experience.


There is a huge market for these cars. According to a study done by IHS Automotive in January, it is expected that close to 250,000 self-driven cars would be sold each year globally by 2025.

 

 



You have probably used a magnetic air vent car mount before, but the chances are pretty high that you have never used one quite like the Spigen Air Vent Magnetic Car Mount. What sets the cheap yet useful hands-free device apart from most of the others is the fact that it doesn't need magnetic stickers for it to attach to the smartphone. The ones we have used before, usually have the included magnetic stickers which you must apply at the back of your phone for the setup to work, but not with this one. The Spigen car mount simply uses the magnets that are already present inside the compatible smartphones to attach itself to them.



The system is simple to work with and of course offers more flexibility than magnetic sticker-based car mounts and it doesn't let go of your phone during bumpy rides either. Considering that it costs about $6.99 on Amazon right now, we would say that this is an excellent buy, or even a MUST buy! As of now, the Spigen Magnetic Car Mount is compatible with the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.


Syrma

 

Milanese design school IED - Istituto Europeo di Design - reasserts Italy's heritage of car manufacturing with the Syrma concept car. Working alongside motoring publication Quattroruote, IED's Syrma concept presents an atypical automotive configuration in a number of ways.

 

Syrma

 

Starting with the interior layout that entails three staggered front seats with the driver's seat located in the middle, under the hood lies a hybrid engine with a V6 twin turbo, approximately 4-litre heat engine, and an electric engine that when combined courier an impressive 900hp to the gas pedal.

 

IED Syrma

 

Syrma

 

When running on electric, the Syrma is entirely silent, that is aside from the screeching of rubber as you burn out of your driveway. Created by 11 students as part of their Masters thesis, the concept was developed and then produced in full scale in time for the 2015 International Geneva Motor Show.

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iMove

 

Apple wants to catch up with Google, so the company started secretly working on an electric vehicle. Today, Bloomberg is reporting that the Cupertino-based company is planning to begin production of the vehicle by the year 2020. That's an aggressive timeframe given that experienced automobile companies typically spend 5-7 years developing a car.

 

apple car

 

As per the report, Apple's car team consists of 200+ people, which is inline with an earlier report that said hundreds of employees are working on the project. In the past couple of months, the iPhone maker has been hiring experts in technologies for batteries and robotics recently, electric-car battery maker A123 Systems sued Apple for poaching its top engineers.

 

A 2020 deadline would put Apple in direct competition with Google, as well as other automakers, like Nissan, Tesla, and GM, who are also planning to launch their self-driving or next-gen electric cars in the next five years.

 

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