In Nigeria, it can easily be observed that a great percentage of the vehicles you see on the roads are used vehicles, with most of them over Ten (10) to Fifteen (15) years old. The few you see driving brand new cars are probably the Politicans, Top Government officials, oil industry workers, Telecom industry workers, etc. Is the Brand New cars Business in Nigeria thriving well at All?
by Bellamie3 years ago
So I have a '92 t-bird and a 2006 taurus, both fords. I actually like the t-bird better than the taurus, except for the fact that the t-bird is in need of another transmission. I lost the overdrive while...
by Sharp Points2 years ago
Are you loyal to the brand of automobile you currently own?Have you owned any vehicles from that brand before? Do you look specifically for that brand when looking for a new car?
by Catherine Tally6 years ago
Do you think the Smart Cars and other minis are safe on our freeways?
by nicomp really8 years ago
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by IHT Farooqui9 years ago
Dear Friends,Every where in tis world pollution is killing us. THousands of vehicles are rolling out from assembly lines daily adding hazardous in the environment. I know this is a hot topic for the engineers but can...
by Wayne Brown7 years ago
How do you see transportation changing in America in the next fifty years?
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