Car parts, car tools
Welcome to this online store of car parts. By clicking at the banners you will find a huge collection of car parts and equiupment for car rebuilding. Further down on this page there is also an article about auto insurance purchaise.
Find the car equipment you look for in the places presented here for an affordable price
Low price store with vehicle security devices, car electronics - GPS navigators, audio/video and much more - This store sells advanced products from many fields for reduced prices. The stores have a great inventory of car electronics and security products. You can however find products of any type in these stores.
Vehicle security products, Comodities to use in your vehicle and on journeys - car workshop tools car elctronic and car security - All types ofcomodities that are useful in your car or on journeys: Bags, containers, lights and lanterns, audio/video, coolers, heaters, seat covers, grooming and cleaning equipment, Also a lot of car parts, equipment to install in your car and workshop tools. You can find many car security products here.
All kinds of equipement for the internal and external of your car. Map systems and GPS navigation units - By clicking at the banner below, you will find a great collection of accessories for your car, like lanterns, antennas, auto radio / stereo / music, communication electronics, security equipment, GPS nevigation equipment, dashboard equipment, car body parts, washers, window accessories, interior styling, bags, tool boxes, interior lights, seat equipment and more. There are also tools and performance parts.
Core techical parts for all car fabricates and models - This is an enormous warehouse of all those techical parts that make your car roll and parts used to controle the car, like parts for motor, transmission, suspension, stearing, electric supply, fuel and air supply, wheels, brakes and more. You also find a huge inventory of parts for performance upgrade, cargo conainment and cargo loading.
Product examples from the presented stores and other good sources
Some more examples of available products - 2WD, 4WD and AWD 4 Speed Transmission (Rear Wheel Drive) A Few Facts about Oil AC Compressor Drive Rin Adjuster Air Cleaners Air Conditioner Maintenance Air Dam Air Ducts Air Filters Air as Fuel Airflow Sensor Alcohol as a Fuel Alternator or Generator American Electric Cars Ammeter Anchor Pins and Shoe Retainers Anti-lock Brake Systems (ABS) Armature Auto Insight by IGC Automatic Gear shifting Automatic Transmissions. Manifold to Exhaust Pipe Gaskets Manual Rack and Pinion Steering Manual Recirculating Ball Steering Manual Transmission Manual Worm and Roller Steering Manual Worm and Sector Steering Master Cylinder Mechanical Fuel Injection Mechanical Fuel Pump Metering Rod Methanol and Ethanol Miscellaneous Emergencies Multivalve Engines Name It and It's Yours Nuts and Bolts Octane Rating Oh, Henry! Oil Coolers.
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models of car, airplanes and helicopters and other hobby items:
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All kind of hobby items - RC helicopters, RC cars, RC airplanes, RC robots, RC boats, airsoft guns, electronics and much more
Natural drugs for common health problems
Supplements to maintain general health and condition
Skincare, cosmetics and fashion
Anti-aging supplements for the skin and the whole body
Cellphones, computers and electronic equipment
Ten Golden Rules to Save on Auto Insurance
Auto Insurance is a bouquet of
different covers like liability insurance; collision insurance; comprehensive
insurance; medical insurance; uninsured motorist insurance; rental reimbursement;
towing and labor cost coverage; as well as gap coverage.
What is essential and what will protect a car owner from problems varies from state to state. It is advisable to insure for a little more than absolutely necessary. Insurance premiums can be prohibitively high so, as an informed consumer you must do your research thoroughly.
• Access consumer information available on the state’s insurance department web site. Read all the guidelines and determine what coverage is required by you. Be sure to read the sample rates listed. This research will give you a fair idea of what the premiums are likely to be.
• Ask for quotes from at least three big players in the auto insurance business. Companies like Geico http://www.geico.com/ ; Amica http://www.amica.com/ ; State Farm http://www.statefarm.com/ ; and Allstate http://www.allstate.com/ .
• Find out what is the highest deductible permissible and if you can afford it. Generally increasing a deductible from US$ 200 to US$ 500 can reduce premiums payable by as much as 30 %.
• Evaluate the worth of your car. If it is old and worth less than US$ 2000 then you can consider opting out of collision and comprehensive coverage for the car. The premiums paid will be much higher than what you will collect. Ask the insurance companies to evaluate the market value of the car. Find out the worth of you car by using http://www.kbb.com/ the site of Kelley Blue Book.
• Use common sense when buying a car. Be sure to choose one that does not require higher insurance premiums. It is important to not just consider buying costs but cost of insurance too.
• Find out if the insurance company has a scheme that offers discounts on the basis of lower usage or mileage. Some companies offer discounts if you utilize public transport to go to work. They require you to submit proof that you do.
• Ensure that your insurance credit history is accurate. Many insurers use credit history as a basis to calculate premiums.
• Study the laws of the state where you live. Find out whether any further adjustments in premiums can be made because you car if fitted with: airlock brakes, air bags, and other safety features. Find out from the companies as well as your agent.
• Find out whether membership to organizations like American Automobile Association makes you eligible for any discounts. Ask about trade, professional associations, and corporate benefit’s program. Some companies offer: student’s discounts for students with a GPA of 3.0 and higher; retirement discounts; loyalty discounts and more.
• Be sure to ask the insurer if they have schemes to insure mare than one car under a group scheme. Such schemes referred to as multiline discounts have a huge umbrella of options, home insurance, safety features, accident free driving, driver over 50 years old, anti-theft devices fixed, and so on.
For ready reference see:
• Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America at http://www.iiaa.org/na/default?ContentPreference=NA&ActiveTab=NA&ActiveState=0 is one of the largest associations of independent insurance agents and brokers. According to experts buying auto insurance from agents can get you a good deal as it cuts out the middleman.
• InsWeb at http://www.insweb.com/ a site dedicated to the lowering of insurance costs. Offers competitive quotes from big players in the market like The Hartford, GMAC, AIG, Travelers, Amica, and Liberty Mutual.
Remember insurance premiums are higher for high performance cars. The premium depends on how high repair costs are, ready availability of parts, and what the chances of car theft are. Buy a car that does not require higher insurance premiums and explore the market for the best deals.
Paul Wilson is a freelance writer for www.1866Cars.com, the premier website to find help on Cars including topics on car rental, national car rental, thrifty car rental, online car rental, pickup trucks rental, cargo van rental and more.
What Determins the Color of Substances and Objects
WHAT IS COLOR
Light of differnt wavelength within the visible spectrum appear with differnt color. Red, yellow, green, blue, violet are the colors of light with decreasing wavelength and increasing wave frequency. You also have all shades betwwen. Furthermore you have infrared at the longest wavelength invisible for human, and ultraviolet at the shortest, also invisible for humans.
Blending of different light also give appearance of special colors. Blue and red looks like violet, just like real violet. Red and green also looks like yellow. Yellow and blue also looks like green. All colors blended looks like white, and no light looks like black.
The color of a substance or an object depends on the lights coming from the substance. Usually much of this light originally comes from the light in the environment. Therefor what kind of light there is around will determine whnaqt colors it is possible for objects to transmit to the eyes of beholders.
Some light may also stem from pocesses within the substance. For example will a substance with a certain temperature glow red.
HOW A SUBSTANCE TREATS LIGHT FALLING ONTO IT
The light, and hence the color, coming from a susbtance depends largely how the substance treat light falling onto it. When light falls onto a substance, some will be refelcted right away in the same angel that if fell onto it. Some will be absorbed. Some will be let through. The path of the light let through will also be shifted, called refracted, some angles. The differnet susbtances do these things to light of different wavelengths, or color, in different degree.
The color depends on what wavelength the susbtance reflects. If it reflects red, for example, red light will be a part of, or perhaps only the type of light, coming from the object.
ABSORBTION AND TRASPARENCY
The color depends upon what light the substance absorbs. Light of wavelengths that are absorbed by the substance, will not contribute to its color.
The color appearance of a substance deends upon if the substance is transparant for light, and what wavelengths it lets true. The property of transparency is of cource the opposite of that of absorbance ability. Light of a certain color that falls on one side of the substance, and which is not absorbed, will come true at the opposite side and contribute to the color.
BEDNING OF LIGHT DIRECTION OR REFRACTION
The property of refraction will spread light of different wavelength in different degree withing a substance. That can cause objects of certain wavelengths to come out of a substance or object in another direction that what you looks into the object from. Thus an object can shif color depending on the direction where you look or the directhen from where light shines on the object.
COLOR CAUSED BY TEHMERATURE
The temperature of a substance will always cause the substance to emit electromagnetic rays. At room temperature, most will be infrared light and not visible, but at some higher temperture an object will glow first red, then yellow, green, blue and white with rising temperature.
FLUORESCENCE AND PHOSPHORESCENCE
Fluorescense is a porcess where light with a certain wavelength is absorbed by the substance, but the energy absorbed is emitted again as light of another wavelength, which of corce will contribute to the total color of the object.
Radioactive decay within a substance can make the it glow with various colors already by room temnperature. If the decay is intense enough, the object can be warmed up so that it glows because of heat too.
Also chemical reactions within an a substance can cause light of specific wavelengths to be emitted. A process within a substance that cause light to be emitted is called phosphoresence.
COLOR DEPENDING ON THE CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF SUBSTANCES
Substances that absorb specific frequences of light will typically have special atoms of groups of atoms in their molecules. Metal atoms withy a complex electron shell will often exhibit bright color, because the energies of the electrons of these atoms can easily jump to a higher level by absorbing photons, and then get rid of this energy again by converting it to heat. The photons not absorbed gives the color. Metal atoms within other molecules, like iron, cobalt, vanadium, chrome are example of such atoms.
Complex organic molecules, containing nitrogen, sulphur or phsophoros and with alternating double and single bonds will get the same properties and show bright color.
Other kind of molecules that can aborb specific frequencies of light, are those with atoms that easily can shift between negatively or positively loaded and neutral state. The shift is associated with absorbtion of light energy.