Friday, February 10, 2012

Simple Tips to Find the Right Car Removal Company

Most of the time when we talk about junk cars and selling them, you would think that you’re not going to get much from your junk car. While that may be true for some car removal companies that focus more on just making money for themselves, there are still some car removal companies that don’t follow the same trend.
First, you need to be aware that there are some car removal companies that are run together with local scrap yards, car auctions, and used car dealers. That means there is no autonomy from the car removal company, this is the reason why you don’t get too much money from your junk car. Always keep that in mind when you’re looking for a car removal company. Next, remember that when you sell your junk car to a car removal company, it must be removed for free. Some car removal companies don’t offer these services. Also, try to keep an eye out for car removal companies that are mindful of the environmental effects of their business. Car removal companies should take care of the toxic chemicals that they get in an environmentally-conscious way.

So the next time you’re planning on getting rid of your junk car through a car removal company, always remember the tips above. Keep a lookout for those companies that work to ensure that you get the most money out of your junk car. These tips would ensure that you’re gonna be selling your junk car to a car removal company that would treat you right.


Thursday, February 2, 2012

New CEO for Mercedes Benz

Corruption is widespread in today’s economy, and it does not stop when it comes to the auto business.

Recently, the CEO of Mercedes Benz, Ernst Lieb, 56, was fired for using company funds for uses other than their intended uses.

The new CEO is former vice president of marketing, Stephen Cannon, 50, who will be promoted in January.

Herbert Werner, 56, is the vice president of finance at Mercedes-Benz USA and is the CEO for now.

As you may or may not know, Mercedes Benz is a German manufacturer of automobiles. Cannon, however, is an American and is the second American to become CEO of Mercedes Benz (the first being Mike Jackson).

Thursday, December 8, 2011

MW and Toyota Soon to Swap Engines

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BMW and Toyota Soon to Swap Engines

BMW and Toyota plan on swapping engines soon.
Toyota will supply BMW with hybrid engines that combine combustion engines with electric motors, whereas BMW will supply Toyota with four- and six-cylinder diesel engines.
The swap is expected to take place at an auto show in Tokyo.