Popularly regarded as “the surgical strike on black money”, the currency demonetization drive initiated by the Indian government will impact different industries and sectors directly or indirectly. According to Care Ratings, the currency demonetization will affect sectors ranging from consumer goods and real estate to luxury goods and automobiles. And the automobile industry will be impacted “only to a certain limit” by the scrapping of older 500 and 1000 rupees notes.
For a child of the sixties growing up in West Bengal, the Ambassador, “King of the Indian Roads” was a part of the landscape and aspiration – the ultimate symbol of success.
On an average, you can expect about 60000 miles from your new tires. As tires are the only components of your car that touch the ground, it is recommended that you replace them regularly to ensure your vehicle’s safety. However, the lifespan of a tire can be affected by a number of factors – type of vehicle, driving habits of the user, and continuous driving duration. Hence, you can extend the life of your tires by following some simple tips. Read More
The fascination with driverless cars is on the rise, and car makers and tech companies are competing to be the first to introduce these smart cars. Most large companies are carrying out research on technology that will enable cars in the future to be auto-driven. And almost every week, there is another new article on driverless cars and the progress on the same. Read More
As a 90’s kid, life was completely stress free. We had less worries and a whole lot of fun. Playing outdoors, friendships, food, traffic, everything was so much simple, yet it always made us happy. Here are some of the most awesome memories of the Golden Generation. Read More
The choice of car differs from one person to another. Like each of us might prefer a different style of dressing, we also have different preferences in what we drive. Be it brand new vehicles or refurbished cars, each car owner has their own reason for choosing their set of wheels. Read More
According to a report in one of the leading dailies in India, ‘Indian roads, which account for the highest fatalities in the world, became yet more dangerous in 2015 with the number of deaths rising nearly 5% to 1.46 lakh. Read More
Buying a new car is a thrilling experience for many; and a pragmatic one for some. If you are not too passionate about cars, then the only purpose of buying it would be to take you from point A to point B, with the minimum disruptions, right? However, considering the road and traffic conditions in India and the huge range of cars available, you might want to stop awhile before taking a decision. Read More
Statistics has proven what common sense has always told us – a majority of car accidents in the year occur during the rainy season. The reasons could be manifold – starting from external reasons like poor condition of roads, low visibility and unexpected traffic jams, to internal reasons that include poor driving skills in the monsoons or a badly maintained car. Read More
Most people do not hesitate to spend a hefty sum of money to own their dream car. But cars can be expensive and depreciating assets. The value of a new car falls significantly within a short amount of time. Hence, it becomes essential for owners to explore ways to preserve the value of their expensive possessions, not to mention keep them looking good for their own satisfaction. Read More