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.
Jeep is such an American classic, with its versatility demonstrated from war machine all the way to Hollywood movie star. The originator of Jeep is the famous World War II classic Willys, which is a symbol of the American steadfastness. The Jeep Willys played an important role in the war, so much that post-war consumers clamored for a civilian on-road use vehicle. As an off-road brand, Jeep came out with smaller commercial fans with a compact and lightweight body for suitable transportation and work use.
The Nissan 370Z and the Nissan Juke Nismo both already have a very aggressive look, but there are a few people who want to give it that much more and add mods to make the car look meaner. A great modification people like to add is the Nissan 370Z Direct Fit LED Rear Fog Light, Brake Light, Reverse Lamp for these vehicles. There are two different colors red and smoked, but to make the car super aggressive, go for the smoked look.
Did you know that not all halo rings are created equally? There are different levels and designs of halo rings, with some styles more exclusive than others. This particular set is called the DTM LED Angel Eyes and are known for their distinctive flat-bottomed horseshoe shape. These U-shaped LED halo rings have an acrylic cover that allows the rings to emit a soft outer glow and is regarded as a higher end installation. The acrylic cover gives the halo ring a 3D effect to give it an more overall distinguished and premium look. This style of halo rings can be seen on the newest models, making this modification a great choice for BMW owners who have slightly older Bimmers. This new addition will spice up the look and allows owners to keep their BMW and add a nice flair to the headlights.