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Steps to follow after a Car Accident

August 20, 2009 in Men and cars by admin

Accident Scene

Accident spot

Car accidents are sudden, unexpected events that can leave parties involved feeling stunned and confused. If you are involved in a car accident and fortunate enough to avoid any serious injuries requiring urgent medical attention, then there are some steps that you can take following an accident.
Stay at the Scene

Stay at the Scene

At the scene of the accident :� The first and the most obvious point is to stay at the accident spot instead of flying from the scene. There are serious penalties for hit-and-run drivers.

Call the police

Exchange contact information with the other drivers involved.

Talk to witnesses and obtain their contact information. If possible, record what they tel you.

If possible, take photos of the accident scene and the damage to your vehicle.

Be careful while talking to the parties involved in the accident. Apologies and admissions to fault can be used against you when trying to reach a settlement.

Its better to talk with the Police rather than with the involved parties. Talk to them only if the situation necessitates.

Beyond the scene of the accident:� After the police have arrived and you are free to leave the scene, contact your insurance company and let them know what happened.

Rather than engaging� with the insurance companies by yourself , its better to contact a personal injury attornal. He will asssess the details of the accident and your injuries and negotiate with the insurance companies on your behalf in order to obtain a more favourable settlement.

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Mountain Dew the Next Gen. Fuel for Cars?

August 20, 2009 in Green cars by admin

Ready to Fuel?

Ready to Fuel?

In one aspect the car manufacturers are trying their best to produce cars with the green mark on�them and on the other hand this man named Paul Patone�was researching on something else which proved�that there are a variety of alternative fuels to cars other than gasoline,air or solar.

���� The Utah-based Inventor Paul Patone born in 1987 April 18 has created the GEET (Global Environmental Energy Technology) Fuel Processor. It is a�mode which allows you to run your car on 80% water. Isn’t it shocking?

Lets ask Paul Patone what he�says:

” You need to have about 20-25 percent hydrocarbon. Then you can add the Mountain Dew to it or whatever you want to add,” he said.

Patone�said:�” I haven’t invented the engine; all i’ve invented is the fuel delivery system. And this system will fit a gas engine,a diesel engine, a furnace, a boiler, it will fit anything including� jet turbines”

The GEET fuel processor�cuts emissions by 90% and perhaps prove to be economical.

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Is He Expressing His Love For Horses And Cars Or Is This Another Divorced Car???

August 20, 2009 in Strange Cars by admin



What ever it is it has only helped him and the environment.Needn’t spend money for petrol,no air pollution,no engine problems, open air journey ,and increased popularity through such blogs.Cool journey!!!

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