At the front of your engine there will be a series of rubber drive belts that loop around various pulleys, driving everything from the alternator to the a/c compressor. Rubber perishes, more so in extreme conditions like those found in an operating engine bay. Get your timing belt and accessory drive belt checked every 25,000 miles, preferably replacing it every 50,000 miles

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Posted on December 2015,22   // Author: Admin  

2017 Infiniti Q30

2017 Infiniti Q30 First Drive

Audi and BMW have owned the premium C-segment for almost a decade now thanks to the A3 and the 1 Series (and 2 Series). Benz's A-Class has become less of a retiree's option and has spawned a popular (if not particularly good) sedan (the CLA) and a crossover (GLA). Down in the lower-class decks, machinery from Subaru is punching well above its weight, while Volkswagen's Golf owns the market in Europe.

This all left perennial premium pretenders like Lexus and Infiniti with a problem: how to convince buyers their C-segment machinery was genuinely premium if they were based off a volume-sellin... Read more

Posted on December 2015,10   // Author: Admin  

Lexus LC 500

Lexus LC 500 coming  2016


Believe it or not, it's been nearly four years since we first saw the Lexus LF-LC Concept. Its swoopy style and spindle grille kicked off a big design revolution for Lexus, and we saw a number of LF-LC design elements work their way onto production cars. But now, rumor has it a full-on production version will see the light of day, and soon. says the LC 500 coupe will show its face at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show in January, and we have little reason to doubt this. In fact, it's kind of been a long time coming. The LC was reportedly approved for production in 2... Read more

Posted on December 2015,10   // Author: Admin  

Porsche turns up boost on 911

Porsche turns up boost on 911 range with new Turbo and Turbo S


You didn't honestly think Porsche would stop with just a turbocharged Carrera and Carrera S, did you? No, that'd be silly. Of course Stuttgart had to follow up those two smash hits with a new Turbo and Turbo S. Naturally, both cars build on the 370-horsepower Carrera and 420-horsepower C2S.

The base Turbo offers 540 horsepower and starts at $160,195, while the Turbo S packs 580 horsepower and demands an extra $28,900. Adding a folding fabric top to either model will drive the cost of entry up by $12,300, regardless of o... Read more

Posted on December 2015,04   // Author: Admin  



AC Compressor troubleshooting
The air conditioning compressor is one of those parts of the car that are typically used for long hours and typically gets a lot of usage. It has been seen that AC compressors are generally reliable and don't fail easily. 
If it does, it is often because of some other reasons. The point is, never replace a compressor in a hurry without detecting the full problem. Otherwise it is quite likely that the new one will also fail. 

Why AC Compressors fail
Before we go on pinpointing the r... Read more

Posted on November 2015,21   // Author: Admin  

Safety Tips


Three Car Safety Tips for Toddlers

With a toddler on board, even a quick trip to the store can sometimes seem like a hairy rollercoaster ride. Keep your pint-size passengers protected and secure on the road with these tips:

1. Avoid car seat mistakes
Most new parents admit that installing a car seat can be perplexing. Even experienced mommies and daddies don’t always get it right. In fact, some disturbing statistics show that 73 percent of parents fail to either set up a car seat correctly, or get their kids properly strapped in.
Let’s face it: getting a petulant toddler buckled up ... Read more

Posted on November 2015,12   // Author: Admin  

5 startups chosen


5 startups chosen at DEMO Africa to pitch in Silicon Valley


One of the continent’s most-talked about startup events, DEMO Africa 2015, recently concluded with five startups chosen as the winning teams to pitch in Silicon Valley.

Out of a total of 650 applications received from startups across the continent, 30 startups made it<... Read more

Posted on October 2015,29   // Author: Admin  





To whom it may concern.

Hope this meets you well?

My name is Didi Awosika. I work with Viacom International Media Networks Africa, as Senior Commercial Manager for West Africa.

Yesterday (23/10/15) at about 12:45pm, I was driving my Black Porsche Carrera 4s on 3rd Mainland Bridge at high speed, headed towards Oworonsoki, when suddenly the right rear Tyre burst, putting the car in an uncontrollable position, which left me in shock.

Luckily I was able to regain control of the car and managed to nurse the car to the end of... Read more

Posted on October 2015,27   // Author: Admin  

CarPartsNigeria Wants To Save You Time And Money


CarPartsNigeria Wants To Save You Time And Money In Your Search For Auto Parts Replacements


Getting quality replacement for broken car parts could be a hassle in Nigeria. A major reason for this is that the market is overrun with knock-offs, the supposed dealers of “not-Chinese” parts aren’t to be trusted either, and so also is your auto-repair guy who is the only other person who understands the market.

Everyone out there, that is not you, is trying to rip you off.

CarPartsNigeria promises to have your back in this industry where to trust is at your own risk. The... Read more

Posted on October 2015,15   // Author: Admin  

Casual Young Man Holding Out Car Keys. It’s never too early to learn the ABCs of car care, says the Car Care Council.


The ABCs of Car Care for New Drivers (

A – Always follow a preventative vehicle maintenance plan.
B – Be sure to have your car inspected when you suspect there is a problem.
C – Correct the problem to help avoid the inconvenience and potential safety hazards of breaking down away from home.

“Most young people can’t wait to drive, but their car care education should begin well before their parents hand over the keys,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. “Understanding the basics of car ... Read more

Posted on October 2015,09   // Author: Admin