Jeeps are notorious for creating one of the best off-roading vehicles consumers can buy today. When people think of Jeeps though, they think of the Jeep Wrangler and overlook the Jeep Grand Cherokee. The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a more livable Jeep with the same off-roading capabilities as it’s siblings. Like with other Jeep line-ups, many people want to make their vehicle stand out and add accessories. A customer of ours sent in his pictures of his installed iJDMTOY LED rear fog light kit for his Jeep Grand Cherokee to stand out from the rest.
Nissan is well known for creating Nissan GTR a.k.a. Godzilla. What they’re also known for is for creating family cars such as the Nissan Sentra. You can see from the pictures this 2016 Nissan Sentra is decked out with many different aftermarket parts but the one that stands out the most is its LED Daytime Running Lights. It’s equipped with our iJDMTOY LED Daytime Running Lights that directly replaces the OEM fog light bezel and designed for the 2016-up Nissan Sentra.
What do you think are the world’s most popular theme parks? Of course Disney and Universal Studios is at the top of the list, but what about Ferrari World? The first Ferrari World opened in Abu Dhabi right along the famous Formula One track. It is perhaps the world’s largest indoor theme park, complete with rides and exhibits dedicated to Ferrari. For Ferrari fans who can’t make it to Abu Dhabi, it appears that there will be a new Ferrari World opening in China as well.
As drivers, we have to replace our tires every so often due to normal wear-and-tear or intense off-road use, but what can we do when we’re done with those tires? Throw them away? Recycle them? What is becoming quite popular nowadays with used tires is actually some crafty DIY repurposing of the tires to make some handy dandy household goods.
Find that the shelves at your local furniture store are too basic? Grab a used bulldozer or work tire and stick a couple of wooden boards to make your own rugged shelf.
As the automotive industry is evolving, there is no doubt that the safety features and build is also evolving. Let’s take a 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air and a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu and put them to the test. At first glance, the Chevy Bel Air looks a lot more sturdy, with the elongated hood and trunk. The Chevy Malibu comes in way shorter than the Chevy Bel Air, so it may seem that the Bel Air has more buffer in case of a severe accident.
However, once we put these two cars to the test with a head-on collision, the results are pretty eye-opening.