Posts in Fun with Cars
5 Things To Know Before You Date A Car Lover

If you’re reading this article, you’re probably thinking of dating someone who loves cars. We don’t mean love cars, like a normal person loves cars. We mean, LOVES cars like it’s a part of his life. Your potential significant other is probably someone who lives and breathes all things cars.

Well, we’re going to break down some of the things you should know about your car lover before you get in any further with them. If you’re already dating a car lover, maybe you can smile at your other half while relating SO HARD at this list.

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Fun with CarsJoel Wongacs
Here’s A Self-Driving Car That May Also Function As...A Hotel Room?

Self driving cars are the future of travel, or so companies like Google, Uber and Tesla would like you to believe. But believe it or not, the autonomous car has now evolved even further, thanks to a certain Steve Lee from Aprilli Design Studio based in Los Angeles. You see, Mr Lee has developed an idea for an autonomous car that is not only a car, but can also function as a hotel…?

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4 MORE Responsible Ways To Protect Your Car

Taking care of your car should be every car owner’s basic responsibility. A car requires a lot of love and care in order to function properly, because the last thing you need is for your car to break down at an inopportune moment. The importance of the role of cars in our lives is to help us remain safe and get to our destination.

 

That’s why we’re going to look at a few more responsible ways you can take care of your car for the long run.

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Fun with CarsJoel Wongacs
6 Things To Look Out For When You Test Drive A New Car

So you’re out to buy a new car before the tax holiday ends. You head on down to a showroom and the salesperson gives you the usual sales talk. Now you’re ready for a test drive. A test drive is your biggest chance for you to see how the car performs, and is the perfect time to test the steering, suspension, brakes and other systems (like the sound system if you’re looking to blast music).

But do you know what you should be looking out for when you’re test driving the new car? That’s what we’re here for today. Here are some of the things you can look out for when you’re test driving a new car.

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Fun with CarsJoel Wongacs
You’re Parking Right! 4 Parking Dos Every Driver Should Know

Let’s face it. If you have a car, you will eventually have to find a place to park your car. Be it at the shopping mall, along the shop lots, waiting for your kids to get off from school; you’ll need a place to stop and park your car.

Which is why we’re exploring some of the parking dos you should know as a driver. It’s only basic courtesy after all. If you follow these tips, you can be an example to all parkers out there.

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Fun with CarsJoel Wongacs
4 Responsible Ways To Protect Your Car

Owning a car is one of the biggest commitments you can have in your life. Like your family, your car requires a lot of love and care from you in order to function properly. The importance of the role of cars in our lives is to help us remain safe and get to our destination.

 

Today we’re going to look at a few ways for you to responsibly take care of your car.

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Fun with CarsJoel Wongacs
Don’t Spoil Your Brakes. Here Are Some Bad Braking Habits You Should Avoid!

There are two things that all driving schools teach you. You press the accelerator to go, and the brakes to stop. Often, Malaysians are very good at the acceleration, but we don’t really know how to properly use the brakes.

Today, we brake (pun totally intended) down some of the bad habits that most Malaysians do that put an unnecessary strain on their car brakes.

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Fun with CarsJoel Wongacs
This Country Wants To Track Its Citizens’ Cars With RFID Chips

After the news broke that the Chinese government is “rating” its citizens, there was an understandable outroar at the Big Brother-esque move. However, the Chinese government seems to be taking it all in stride and are taking it one step further. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Chinese government are readying a program that will make it possible to track citizens’ cars using RFID chips. The kicker? This program will be mandatory for all new vehicles in 2019.

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Tesla Is Building Cars In Its...Parking Lot?! Here’s Why!

Tesla, everyone’s favorite electric car maker is having a bit of trouble, specifically in terms of producing its Model 3 sedan cars. Because of the overwhelming demand created for its cars, the company is supposed to be producing a lot of cars, in the range of about 5,000 units weekly, while staying profitable; a goal that CEO Elon Musk said would be achievable at the end of 2017. With Tesla investors starting to ask a lot of questions, the need to produce more cars has gotten even more dire.

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4 Ways To Be A Perfect Passenger

As drivers, we don’t usually know the feeling of what it’s like to be a passenger. This is why the world is so full of the infamous backseat drivers; passengers who nag, complain and sometimes even ridicule your driving skills to the point where you’ll get angry. There are some passengers who even give you directions (that’s what a GPS is for), or even drag you into arguments or conversations and distract you from driving properly.

So today, we decided to take a look at how YOU can be a perfect passenger on the road, and how being the perfect passenger can reduce or even prevent distracted driving.

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Maintaining an Old Car vs. Buying A New One

Let me tell you about the car that I drive.

I’ve been driving the same car for the past 12 years. It was a gift from my father after my SPM examinations so that I could drive to and from college every day comfortably.

Over the years, both my friends and my family have constantly told me to buy a new car like most other people do, but I have so far resisted the urge to get rid of my beloved car. As far as I’m concerned, I love my car, it has sentimental value to me, and because of how many hours I’ve spent behind it’s wheel, I’m an expert driver when I’m driving my own car.


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