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Falls Motor City, Proudly Serving Cuyahoga Falls, Cleveland, Akron, Hudson and Canton, Offers More Than Just Friendly Service What can you expect when you enter the Falls Motor City  showroom? Well, aside from a warm welcome, a great selection of new and used cars to choose from, as well as onsite auto service, a vast collection of parts and a financing team that understands the needs of drivers like you. If that sounds good to you, come see us today in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.We always say here at Falls Motor City that the only thing better than inspecting and experiencing that new car smell on a new Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee, RAM 1500, Dodge Grand Caravan or Chrysler Pacifica is to test it out on the road. Our highly knowledgeable and supremely friendly staff will help you work through all aspects of any model that is of interest to you, so you will feel completely, 100% informed when it comes times to make a decision.If a new car isn’t tickling your fancy, a vehicle from our broad selection of used Jeep, RAM, Dodge and Chrysler inventory is sure to do the trick. There are many advantages to opting for a pre-owned auto, including a cost savings. Moreover, each car we offer at our dealership in Cuyahoga Falls exceeds our strict standards for quality, reliability, and performance.Falls Motor City Eliminates the Potential for Financing Process by Offering Jeep, RAM, Dodge and Chrysler Solutions Tailored to Drivers from Cuyahoga Falls Finding your ideal vehicle is the first half of the car buying equation. The second half is securing a car loan or lease that fits your current financial requirements. That’s something the team at Falls Motor City is trained to provide, and they do so by sitting down with you, one-on-one. That way, we can learn more about the kind of payment you’re comfortable with, your long-term financial goals and address any other questions or concerns on your mind.Falls Motor City is also by your side whenever you need any car service and repair work done in Cuyahoga Falls. Even if you haven’t seen us before, we’re proudly serving drivers in the Cleveland, Akron, Hudson and Canton areas. What’s more, our auto parts team would be happy to get you whatever you need to keep your Jeep, RAM, Dodge or Chrysler vehicle on the road for many miles to come.Now that you know everything Falls Motor City has to offer, chances are you’ll want to actually see it for yourself. If so, come see us at 4100 State Rd in Cuyahoga Falls, OH. Our team will be more than happy to show you around, set up a test drive, talk finance, order parts or schedule your next service appointment.
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While largely associated with military use, drones are being transformed into devices that can deliver items to your house, monitor critical infrastructure, or even film the latest NFL game. Privacy issues will certainly need to be addressed with widespread usage. However, there are many positives these devices may bring with on-demand delivery of everything from prescription drugs to diapers to dinner. City leaders need to plan for the potential impact that drones and driverless cars will have on city services. Amazon recently revealed its vague plans surrounding drone-based delivery (the company has no timeline). Dubai also came out with its own announcement on drone deliveries, experimenting with drones for official document delivery and even offering a $1 million prize for the best use in the public realm.City leaders need to plan for the potential impact that drones and driverless cars will have on city services. New transportation and delivery options may also open up previously unknown opportunities in our cities. Future city leaders could be faced with questions like what to do with underutilized parking garages, spare street lanes, and unused on-street parking. The National League of Cities City of the Future project will examine the future of transportation and many other important urban issues. This project will be bolstered through partnerships, data analytics, forecasting, and conversations with city leaders nationwide.Cities want to be prepared for what is coming and inherently have a long-term perspective. Harnessing this ability, convening leaders, and developing valuable resources will be key goals of this effort, and are fundamental to building city solutions and applied research. Ultimately, the city of the future most likely will share many of the benefits of the city of the past. Proximity, density, culture, employment, and options draw people to cities. Technology will help enhance our experience, but it can’t subsume the most important piece of all: The city of the future must be a city for everyone.
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“The transition to a clean energy mobility system is underway largely due to the leadership of cities around the world, from Paris to Bogotá, from Tokyo to Mexico City,” says Hidalgo.”Unlike federal governments or private companies, city leaders hold jurisdiction over public transit options, and can drive large-scale deployment by electrifying municipal vehicle fleets, adding bicycle lanes, limiting the number of cars through incentives or taxes, and implementing policies to encourage a clean transport revolution.”In Paris, the shift to more sustainable transportation began before Hidalgo, following a push for more cars in the city during the 1960s and 1970s. The express lanes next to the Seine were built in 1967, after Georges Pompidou–the former prime minister and president of France–advocated for the highway (which was named after him) and other new infrastructure for cars. “The French love their cars,” he said at the time. But by the 21st century, things changed.Bertrand Delanoë, who was mayor of Paris from 2002 to 2014, introduced the city’s massive, pioneering bike-share program in 2007. Autolib, the city’s electric car sharing service, launched in 2011. Delanoë closed the left bank of the Seine to cars in 2013, and began the process to lower speed limits throughout the city. These policies helped cut traffic 30% over the last 15 years. Hidalgo, elected as the city’s first female mayor in 2014, is continuing that work–and arguably moving even more aggressively.When she announced that the Pompidou highway would be closed to cars, some commuters complained that they’d spend more time driving to work, and increase traffic (and pollution) elsewhere. One local newspaper studied traffic patterns and concluded that traffic was increasing on other roads. But the city believes that any negative effects are temporary, and that the amount of total traffic will be reduced as people shift to alternate transportation.Hidalgo says that she hasn’t tried to sell Parisians on the changes. “Marketing is not my way to do politics,” she says. “Instead of wasting time and energy trying to convince through an elaborate marketing campaign, I deliver real solutions that speak for themselves and benefit the people of Paris. And as a mayor of Paris, I am proud to deliver all my commitments to my people.”When people experience each change, she thinks that they will be swayed. “Once every month we close the Champs-Élysées to traffic,” she says. “When you walk through the crowds of Parisians and tourists enjoying this iconic space, it removes any doubt that you might have that pedestrianization will benefit all, resulting in a cleaner, safer, and more beautiful Paris.”Hidalgo seems to be right: Voters want a change in transportation. Hidalgo is helped by the fact that inside city limits, where her electorate lives, most people can easily take the metro, walk, or otherwise get around without cars. (Suburban commuters are more likely to be affected; the government is also working to expand suburban transit options, including new metro lines). A member of the Socialist Party, Hidalgo campaigned in support of the environment, making promises about launching Paris’s electric car sharing program and other alternative transportation. Polls show the majority of Parisians support her.
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It’s one part of the city’s transformation of transportation away from cars, led by a mayor who has called personal car ownership “archaic.”“Unparalleled challenges like air pollution require unprecedented action,” Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo tells Fast Company. “These policies are based on the urgency of both the health crisis and the climate crisis we are facing.”A new electric “tram-bus” will soon replace two lanes of traffic on another major road in Paris. As of January 2017, the most polluting, oldest diesel cars are banned from city streets during the day; all diesel cars will be banned by 2025. The city is running trials of a driverless electric shuttle in a dedicated lane between two train stations and will soon test electric taxi boats. A new bike path will be built in the middle of the Champs-Élysées, part of a plan to double bike lanes from roughly 430 miles in 2015 to 870 miles by 2020, including “express” bike lanes separated from traffic. Major intersections are being redesigned to favor pedestrians, not cars. The city hosted a car-free day in 2015 and 2016. New devices will track emissions from cars in real time. The ultimate goal: fixing the city’s pollution problem.Air pollution kills 48,000 people a year in France, causing illnesses such as lung cancer, stroke, and heart disease; living in a large city like Paris can shorten someone’s life-span by 15 months. Pollution from transportation is also a large part of the city’s carbon footprint, and transforming transit is one way that cities can help lead global climate action.“More than half the world’s population lives in cities, a figure that will rise to 70% by 2050,” says Hidalgo. “Cities are already responsible for 70% of carbon emissions. Cities are where the future happens first. All of which means that mayors have an obligation to drive innovation and action. Mayors are on the front lines, especially when it comes to the greatest threat that our cities face–climate change.”While national governments tend to move more slowly on climate policy, cities are pioneering climate solutions in transportation–often through urban design or procurement policies, but also by putting pressure directly on manufacturers. In December 2016, Hidalgo, along with other mayors in C40, a global network of cities committed to addressing climate change, launched a petition calling on vehicle manufacturers to move more quickly to adopt electric, hydrogen, and hybrid cars.Hidalgo, who was elected as chair of C40 in 2016, has also launched the organization’s Women4Climate initiative, which aims to showcase women climate leaders, explore how women are disproportionately affected by climate change, and empower young leaders to “carry the fight forward.” In March, Hidalgo hosted a conference for the initiative in New York City, one of several gatherings that brings together mayors to connect and collaborate on an urban agenda to limit global temperature rise 1.5 degrees Celsius.

game of thrones car accessories

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Cool Car Accessories & Sunshades Want to add some character to your ride? Hot Topic’s cool car accessories will make your car stand out on the streets. Make a statement with our Doctor Who or Marvel car accessories, add some flair to the back of your car with Disney license plate frames, or learn to use the force with your new Star Wars car gadgets. Decorate your car with these Transformers and Harley Quinn decals. Block the sun and the haters out when you put a sunshade in your car with your favorite characters like Bob’s Burgers and Star Wars. You have a license to show off the latest Disney car accessories, so stop by Hot Topic for some fun Alice in Wonderland or Beauty and the Beast car accessories. Own whatever road you drive on!
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Dress yourself in the finest jewels from the world of Game of Thrones. For fans of House Stark, keep your fingers warm with the Freezy Freakies “Winter is Here” gloves that “magically” transform in the winter air! Or proudly display your allegiance with cufflinks featuring sigils from House Stark, Targaryen or Lannister. Shop our collection of jewelry, necklaces, rings, pins and other accessories to keep you covered from head to toe.

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0 Shares Email With just a few mouse clicks, you can find pictures that are too graphic to show in the mainstream media — images of horrible accidents, mutilations and death. There’s an Internet subculture devoted to death and gore with thousands of images, each bloodier than the next. For one family, an image that circulated on these types of Web sites added injury to already profound pain. Nikki Catsouras was an 18-year-old college freshman living in California with her parents and two sisters. She loved to shoot videos on her camera, and ironically, it was a camera that would memorialize Nikki’s life and death as a gruesome and macabre joke on the Internet. It all started with a typical fight between parents and teenager when Nikki got caught sneaking a cigarette in the house. “Nikki broke a house rule and we had a disagreement, and I took her car keys away,” said Christos Catsouras, Nikki’s father. Catsouras had no idea the next day would be the last time he’d ever see the daughter he called “Angel.” “As I was walking out the door, I kind of winked and blew her a kiss, and she winked back and flipped me a peace sign,” he recalled. “I said, ‘Bye, see you at two-thirty, love you. She said, ‘Love you, bye.'” Then, her family says, Nikki did something out of character. She took the keys to her father’s Porsche 911 Carrera, a car that goes zero to 60 miles an hour in less than five seconds. She had never driven the Porsche before. ‘The Whole World Is Seeing My Daughter’ According to state highway patrol reports, at approximately 1:45 p.m. last Halloween, Nikki Catsouras was traveling 100 mph on State Route 241, near Lake Forest, Calif., when she clipped another car and lost control, going across lanes over the median and slamming into a concrete tollbooth. She was killed instantly. “Her head was more or less cut in two and sort of cleaved and then smashed. It’s nothing that anyone should ever have to see,” said Michael Fertik, the founder of ReputationDefender, a company that helps clients such as the Catsouras family remove items from the Internet. The Catsouras family was told they should never see the photos from the scene of the horrendous accident. But as the Catsouras family was grieving for their daughter, the accident scene photos showing Nikki’s mutilated body suddenly appeared on the Internet. “They didn’t even let me see my daughter, and now the whole world is seeing my daughter,” recalled Lesli Catsouras, Nikki’s mother. The family soon began receiving anonymous e-mails and text messages that contained photographs of the accident, including pictures of Nikki’s decapitated body, still strapped to the crumpled remains of her father’s Porsche. A fake MySpace page was created, which at first looked like a tribute to Catsouras but also led to the horrific photos. “What type of individual would do that?” asked Christos Catsouras. The pictures, taken by California Highway Patrol officers and e-mailed outside the department, became so persistent that Lesli Catsouras stopped checking her e-mail. Nikki’s younger sisters were forbidden to use the Internet, and 16-year-old Danielle was taken out of school to be home schooled out of fear that her peers might confront her with the pictures. The Catsouras family has filed a lawsuit against the California Highway Patrol for allegedly releasing the accident scene pictures. ‘Death Is Real’ Who would want to look at such horrible images? Shockingly, the Catsouras family says many people. At one point photos of Nikki’s crash could be found on 1,600 Web sites in 50 countries. “Everybody I know has either seen them or they know someone that’s seen them,” said Lesli Catsouras. “This was an expensive car and it was a young girl and she was also a very pretty girl. It was also Halloween, so it was just the perfect recipe for something like this.” Though the Catsourases hired ReputationDefender to remove the photos from the Internet, the images live on. “It spreads in bursts, and when it spreads, it happens very fast,” said Fertik. “Whether it’s right or wrong doesn’t even matter when you’re online. The digital world has no morals,” said Ron Braunstein, who goes by the name Necro. Braunstein is a self-described death rapper who has made a career of exploiting gore in his music and on his Web site. “Me personally, I’ve built a career around exploitation. I consider what I do real, everything is real, death is real,” Braunstein said. He said his intent is not to shock people. “They’re intrigued, they’re into it.” Braunstein’s site never posted the crime scene photos from Nikki Catsouras’ death, but he has posted other accident photos. With thousands of sites like Braunstein’s, there is no shortage of places to find disturbing images. ‘Very Damaging’ “This is very damaging. It’s desensitizing some people. It’s feeding into the perversion for some people. It’s one thing when no one suffers; it’s very much another thing to be involving the suffering of others,” said Dr. Gail Saltz, a psychiatrist. “We all have some pretty primitive human emotions that are about sadism,” Saltz said. ” And there is something very gratifying about watching other people get hurt, or tortured or suffer violence.” Saltz warns that while curiosity is normal, an obsession with these images can be unhealthy. If they’re pretty obsessed with it, and they’re looking at it a lot, I would call it a fetish. I would call it a perversion.” On the first anniversary of Nikki’s death, the Catsouras family cut together a video tribute with their own pictures of Nikki, set to the song “Angel.” “I feel like no one really realized she was a person, and they in a sick way got really entertained by this photograph, and it’s just sad that someone can feel the need to put it out and keep it going on and harming others by putting it up,” said Danielle, Nikki’s sister. “We are a real family with real hearts,” said Nikki’s father. “And it hurts what people are doing.”
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With just a few mouse clicks, you can find pictures that are too graphic to show in the mainstream media — images of horrible accidents, mutilations and death. There’s an Internet subculture devoted to death and gore with thousands of images, each bloodier than the next. For one family, an image that circulated on these types of Web sites added injury to already profound pain. Nikki Catsouras was an 18-year-old college freshman living in California with her parents and two sisters. She loved to shoot videos on her camera, and ironically, it was a camera that would memorialize Nikki’s life and death as a gruesome and macabre joke on the Internet. It all started with a typical fight between parents and teenager when Nikki got caught sneaking a cigarette in the house. “Nikki broke a house rule and we had a disagreement, and I took her car keys away,” said Christos Catsouras, Nikki’s father. Catsouras had no idea the next day would be the last time he’d ever see the daughter he called “Angel.” “As I was walking out the door, I kind of winked and blew her a kiss, and she winked back and flipped me a peace sign,” he recalled. “I said, ‘Bye, see you at two-thirty, love you. She said, ‘Love you, bye.'” Then, her family says, Nikki did something out of character. She took the keys to her father’s Porsche 911 Carrera, a car that goes zero to 60 miles an hour in less than five seconds. She had never driven the Porsche before. ‘The Whole World Is Seeing My Daughter’ According to state highway patrol reports, at approximately 1:45 p.m. last Halloween, Nikki Catsouras was traveling 100 mph on State Route 241, near Lake Forest, Calif., when she clipped another car and lost control, going across lanes over the median and slamming into a concrete tollbooth. She was killed instantly. “Her head was more or less cut in two and sort of cleaved and then smashed. It’s nothing that anyone should ever have to see,” said Michael Fertik, the founder of ReputationDefender, a company that helps clients such as the Catsouras family remove items from the Internet. The Catsouras family was told they should never see the photos from the scene of the horrendous accident. But as the Catsouras family was grieving for their daughter, the accident scene photos showing Nikki’s mutilated body suddenly appeared on the Internet. “They didn’t even let me see my daughter, and now the whole world is seeing my daughter,” recalled Lesli Catsouras, Nikki’s mother. The family soon began receiving anonymous e-mails and text messages that contained photographs of the accident, including pictures of Nikki’s decapitated body, still strapped to the crumpled remains of her father’s Porsche. A fake MySpace page was created, which at first looked like a tribute to Catsouras but also led to the horrific photos. “What type of individual would do that?” asked Christos Catsouras. The pictures, taken by California Highway Patrol officers and e-mailed outside the department, became so persistent that Lesli Catsouras stopped checking her e-mail. Nikki’s younger sisters were forbidden to use the Internet, and 16-year-old Danielle was taken out of school to be home schooled out of fear that her peers might confront her with the pictures. The Catsouras family has filed a lawsuit against the California Highway Patrol for allegedly releasing the accident scene pictures. ‘Death Is Real’ Who would want to look at such horrible images? Shockingly, the Catsouras family says many people. At one point photos of Nikki’s crash could be found on 1,600 Web sites in 50 countries. “Everybody I know has either seen them or they know someone that’s seen them,” said Lesli Catsouras. “This was an expensive car and it was a young girl and she was also a very pretty girl. It was also Halloween, so it was just the perfect recipe for something like this.” Though the Catsourases hired ReputationDefender to remove the photos from the Internet, the images live on. “It spreads in bursts, and when it spreads, it happens very fast,” said Fertik. “Whether it’s right or wrong doesn’t even matter when you’re online. The digital world has no morals,” said Ron Braunstein, who goes by the name Necro. Braunstein is a self-described death rapper who has made a career of exploiting gore in his music and on his Web site. “Me personally, I’ve built a career around exploitation. I consider what I do real, everything is real, death is real,” Braunstein said. He said his intent is not to shock people. “They’re intrigued, they’re into it.” Braunstein’s site never posted the crime scene photos from Nikki Catsouras’ death, but he has posted other accident photos. With thousands of sites like Braunstein’s, there is no shortage of places to find disturbing images. ‘Very Damaging’ “This is very damaging. It’s desensitizing some people. It’s feeding into the perversion for some people. It’s one thing when no one suffers; it’s very much another thing to be involving the suffering of others,” said Dr. Gail Saltz, a psychiatrist. “We all have some pretty primitive human emotions that are about sadism,” Saltz said. ” And there is something very gratifying about watching other people get hurt, or tortured or suffer violence.” Saltz warns that while curiosity is normal, an obsession with these images can be unhealthy. If they’re pretty obsessed with it, and they’re looking at it a lot, I would call it a fetish. I would call it a perversion.” On the first anniversary of Nikki’s death, the Catsouras family cut together a video tribute with their own pictures of Nikki, set to the song “Angel.” “I feel like no one really realized she was a person, and they in a sick way got really entertained by this photograph, and it’s just sad that someone can feel the need to put it out and keep it going on and harming others by putting it up,” said Danielle, Nikki’s sister. “We are a real family with real hearts,” said Nikki’s father. “And it hurts what people are doing.”

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ARLINGTON, Va. — Three front-to-front crash tests, each involving a microcar or minicar into a midsize model from the same manufacturer, show how extra vehicle size and weight enhance occupant protection in collisions. These Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests are about the physics of car crashes, which dictate that very small cars generally can’t protect people in crashes as well as bigger, heavier models. “There are good reasons people buy minicars,” says Institute president Adrian Lund. “They’re more affordable, and they use less gas. But the safety trade-offs are clear from our new tests. Equally clear are the implications when it comes to fuel economy. If automakers downsize cars so their fleets use less fuel, occupant safety will be compromised. However, there are ways to serve fuel economy and safety at the same time.” The Institute didn’t choose SUVs or pickup trucks, or even large cars, to pair with the micro and minis in the new crash tests. The choice of midsize cars reveals how much influence some extra size and weight can have on crash outcomes. The Institute chose pairs of 2009 models from Daimler, Honda, and Toyota because these automakers have micro and mini models that earn good frontal crashworthiness ratings, based on the Institute’s offset test into a deformable barrier. Researchers rated performance in the 40 mph car-to-car tests, like the front-into-barrier tests, based on measured intrusion into the occupant compartment, forces recorded on the driver dummy, and movement of the dummy during the impact. Laws of physics prevail The Honda Fit, Smart Fortwo, and Toyota Yaris are good performers in the Institute’s frontal offset barrier test, but all three are poor performers in the frontal collisions with midsize cars. These results reflect the laws of the physical universe, specifically principles related to force and distance. Although the physics of frontal car crashes usually are described in terms of what happens to the vehicles, injuries depend on the forces that act on the occupants, and these forces are affected by two key physical factors. One is the weight of a crashing vehicle, which determines how much its velocity will change during impact. The greater the change, the greater the forces on the people inside and the higher the injury risk. The second factor is vehicle size, specifically the distance from the front of a vehicle to its occupant compartment. The longer this is, the lower the forces on the occupants. Size and weight affect injury likelihood in all kinds of crashes. In a collision involving two vehicles that differ in size and weight, the people in the smaller, lighter vehicle will be at a disadvantage. The bigger, heavier vehicle will push the smaller, lighter one backward during the impact. This means there will be less force on the occupants of the heavier vehicle and more on the people in the lighter vehicle. Greater force means greater risk, so the likelihood of injury goes up in the smaller, lighter vehicle. Crash statistics confirm this. The death rate in 1-3-year-old minicars in multiple-vehicle crashes during 2007 was almost twice as high as the rate in very large cars. “Though much safer than they were a few years ago, minicars as a group do a comparatively poor job of protecting people in crashes, simply because they’re smaller and lighter,” Lund says. “In collisions with bigger vehicles, the forces acting on the smaller ones are higher, and there’s less distance from the front of a small car to the occupant compartment to ‘ride down’ the impact. These and other factors increase injury likelihood.” The death rate per million 1-3-year-old minis in single-vehicle crashes during 2007 was 35 compared with 11 per million for very large cars. Even in midsize cars, the death rate in single-vehicle crashes was 17 percent lower than in minicars. The lower death rate is because many objects that vehicles hit aren’t solid, and vehicles that are big and heavy have a better chance of moving or deforming the objects they strike. This dissipates some of the energy of the impact. Some proponents of mini and small cars claim they’re as safe as bigger, heavier cars. But the claims don’t hold up. For example, there’s a claim that the addition of safety features to the smallest cars in recent years reduces injury risk, and this is true as far as it goes. Airbags, advanced belts, electronic stability control, and other features are helping. They’ve been added to cars of all sizes, though, so the smallest cars still don’t match the bigger cars in terms of occupant protection. Would hazards be reduced if all passenger vehicles were as small as the smallest ones? This would help in vehicle-to-vehicle crashes, but occupants of smaller cars are at increased risk in all kinds of crashes, not just ones with heavier vehicles. Almost half of all crash deaths in minicars occur in single-vehicle crashes, and these deaths wouldn’t be reduced if all cars became smaller and lighter. In fact, the result would be to afford less occupant protection fleetwide in single-vehicle crashes. Yet another claim is that minicars are easier to maneuver, so their drivers can avoid crashes in the first place. Insurance claims experience says otherwise. The frequency of claims filed for crash damage is higher for mini 4-door cars than for midsize ones. Here’s how the pairs of cars fared in the Institute’s new crash tests: Honda Accord versus Fit The structure of the Accord held up well in the crash test into the Fit, and all except one measure of injury likelihood recorded on the driver dummy’s head, neck, chest, and both legs were good. In contrast, a number of injury measures on the dummy in the Fit were less than good. Forces on the left lower leg and right upper leg were in the marginal range, while the measure on the right tibia was poor. These indicate a high risk of leg injury in a real-world crash of similar severity. In addition, the dummy’s head struck the steering wheel through the airbag. Intrusion into the Fit’s occupant compartment was extensive. Overall, this minicar’s rating is poor in the front-to-front crash, despite its good crashworthiness rating based on the Institute’s frontal offset test into a deformable barrier. The Accord earns good ratings for performance in both tests. Mercedes C class versus Smart Fortwo After striking the front of the C class, the Smart went airborne and turned around 450 degrees. This contributed to excessive movement of the dummy during rebound — a dramatic indication of the Smart’s poor performance but not the only one. There was extensive intrusion into the space around the dummy from head to feet. The instrument panel moved up and toward the dummy. The steering wheel was displaced upward. Multiple measures of injury likelihood, including those on the dummy’s head, were poor, as were measures on both legs. “The Smart is the smallest car we tested, so it’s not surprising that its performance looked worse than the Fit’s. Still both fall into the poor category, and it’s hard to distinguish between poor and poorer,” Lund says. “In both the Smart and Fit, occupants would be subject to high injury risk in crashes with heavier cars.” In contrast, the C class held up well, with little to no intrusion into the occupant compartment. Nearly all measures of injury likelihood were in the good range. Toyota Camry versus Yaris There was far more intrusion into the occupant compartment of the Yaris than the Camry. The minicar’s door was largely torn away. The driver seats in both cars tipped forward, but only in the Yaris did the steering wheel move excessively. Similar contrasts characterize the measures of injury likelihood recorded on the dummies. The heads of both struck the cars’ steering wheels through the airbags, but only the head injury measure on the dummy in the Yaris rated poor. There was extensive force on the neck and right leg plus a deep gash at the right knee of the dummy in the minicar. Like the Smart and Fit, the Yaris earns an overall rating of poor in the car-to-car test. The Camry is acceptable. Fuel economy implications One reason people buy smaller cars is to conserve fuel. Gasoline prices skyrocketed last year, and there’s no telling what the price at the pump might be next week. Meanwhile, the gears are turning to hike federal fuel economy requirements to address environmental concerns. The conflict is that smaller vehicles use less fuel but do a relatively poor job of protecting people in crashes, so fuel conservation policies have tended to conflict with motor vehicle safety policies. A problem with the current structure of fuel economy standards for cars is that the target of 27.5 miles per gallon is applied to an automaker’s whole fleet, no matter the mix of cars an individual automaker sells. This encourages manufacturers to sell more smaller, lighter cars to offset the fuel consumed by their bigger, heavier models. Sometimes automakers even sell the smaller — and less safe — cars at a loss to ensure compliance with fleetwide requirements. In response, the Obama administration announced it is boosting the fuel economy standard for cars, beginning with 2011 models, and instituting a size-based system to set fuel economy targets like the one already in effect for SUVs, pickups, and vans. This system will mandate lower fuel consumption as cars get smaller and lighter, thus removing the incentive for automakers to downsize their lightest vehicles to comply. It also could mean that technology currently used to enhance horsepower would go instead to reduce gas consumption — a direct safety benefit because less powerful cars have lower crash rates. Another way to conserve fuel, and serve safety at the same time, is to set lower speed limits. Going slower uses less fuel to cover the same distance. The national maximum 55 mph speed limit, enacted in 1974, saved thousands of barrels of fuel per day. It also saved thousands of lives. Highway deaths declined about 20 percent the first year, from 55,511 in 1973 to 46,402 in 1974. The National Research Council estimated that most of the reduction was due to the lower speed limit, and the rest was because of reduced travel. By 1983 the national maximum 55 mph limit still was saving 2,000 to 4,000 lives annually. “Fifty-five was adopted to save fuel, but it turned out to be one of the most dramatic safety successes in motor vehicle history,” Lund concludes. “The political will to reinstate it probably is lacking, but if policymakers want a win-win approach, lowering the speed limit is it. It saves fuel and lives at the same time.”

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horse car logo

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A car logo is like a sort of autograph of a car manufacturer, but the logo is even more symbolic and informative. Just a glance at this small emblem can give you an idea of whether it’s a sports car or luxury car, it speaks much about the brand’s image and reputation and the most acquisitive minds can even capture the historical marks. A logo certainly gives zest to a car and that’s why automakers try to invent a peculiar and exquisite visual image to make their cars special and easily recognizable among others.
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Car logos can speak a lot about the reputation of a particular car. Just by looking at the logo, a person can already have an idea whether it’s a luxury car, a sports car, and so on and so forth. A lot of old car companies also rely a lot on their emblem. They work hard to make that emblem have like a life of its own; their customers can take pride by having that logo in their car.
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An engineer with a capital E, Ferdinand Porsche intended to create a unique emblem for his exclusive high-performance cars. After long consideration he finally decided upon the current logo which was chosen to glorify the free people of Württemberg. Red and black stripes and the antlers reflect part of the arms of the Kingdom of Württemberg and the black horse in the middle represents the city of Stuttgart as its capital. It is known that Stuttgart was founded on a former stud farm, hence the horse became the key element of the crest. Moreover, a horse is a symbol of speed, strength and elegance which was important for Porsche while choosing the logo.
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This form belonging to the Ferrari symbol is square with the note ‘prancing horse’. This animal has brought great flourish to the company. Ferrari horse was, initially, markedly different from original Baracca horse in many details, the notable being the tail which in the original Francesco Baracca version was depicted downward. The hopping horse reflects power and nowadays fans of the company instantly feel sports and speed vehicles when they consider Enzo Ferrari logo.
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The cavallino rampante is the visual symbol of Ferrari. Cavallino Magazine uses the name, but not the logo. Other companies use similar logos: Avanti, an Austrian company operating over 100 filling stations, uses a prancing horse logo which is nearly identical to Ferrari’s, as does Iron Horse Bicycles and Norfolk Southern Railway.
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One day, Enzo Ferrari explained the case of the hopping horse logo. Actually the horse was depicted on the board of the fighter airplane of Francesco Baracca, famous heroic pilot of the World War I. In ’23, Enzo met Baracca’s father, count Enrico Baracca, and then his mum, Countess Paulina, who told to Enzo one day to put her son’s hopping horse on the cars.
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The motif of a prancing horse is old, it can be found on ancient coins. A similar black horse on a yellow shield is the Coat of Arms of the German city of Stuttgart, home of Mercedes-Benz and the design bureau of Porsche, both being main competitors of Alfa and Ferrari in the 1930s. The city’s name derives from Stutengarten, an ancient form of the German word Gestüt, which translates into English as stud farm and into Italian as scuderia. Porsche also includes the Stuttgart sign in its corporate logo, centred in the emblem of the state of Württemberg. Stuttgart’s Rössle has both rear legs firmly planted on the soil, like Baracca’s horse, but unlike Ferrari’s cavallino.
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That uniqueness plays through even in Clark’s artwork of the horse that gallops on the grille. In a popular board game, players are asked why the horse on the Mustang gallops to the left and not to the right. J Mays, Ford’s group vice president of Design, said that Bill Ford requested research concerning Clark’s work on the Mustang. Mays said, “Interestingly, I am informed that the reason the horse is galloping toward the left is because Clark was right-handed and it was more natural for him to draw the horse galloping to the left.”
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The famous logo of the Ferrari racing team is black prancing horse and a yellow army of coats, usually with the inscription S F that means Scuderia Ferrari with 3 stripes of green, white and red. Company’s title ‘Ferrari’ is depicted at the inferior of the Ferrari symbol. Primarily, at the place of the title, the inscription SF was engraved on the symbol. The font of this logo is stylish and effective, highlighting the brand features of the manufacturer.
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The original “prancing horse” on Baracca’s airplane was painted in red on a white cloud-like shape, but Ferrari chose to have the horse in black. Black color means a grief on Baracca’s squadron planes after the pilot was killed in action. Then Ferrari added a canary yellow background as this is the color of the city of Modena, his birthplace. The logo is crowned with green, white and red strips, which symbolize Italian national colors.
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Everybody knows that a black prancing horse on a yellow background is an iconic symbol of Ferrari sports cars. But where does it come from? The story tells that in 1923 Enzo Ferrari met the mother of Francesco Baracca, an ace of Italian Air Force and the national hero of World War I. She advised Ferrari to use a prancing stallion as a symbol of fortune like her son used to paint on his planes. The famous constructor willingly accepted the idea. He made his horse black to honor memory of the pilot killed in action, and put it on a yellow shield to reflect the color of Modena, Baracca’s birthplace. The emblem also has the Italian national colors on its top. It’s interesting that Ferrari’s logo resembles much the Coat of Arms of Stuttgart in Germany which is the home to Ferrari’s rivalries Mercedes-Benz and Porsche.
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The horse was initially the sign of the famous Count Francesco Baracca. He was a legendary professional of the air force of Italy at the World War I, who depicted it on the wing of his planes. Francesco Baracca died very yearly on June 19 in 1918, shot down later on 34 victorious fightings and many team triumphs. He soon turned into a national hero. Francesco Baracca had wanted to depict the hopping horse on the planes because his team, the “Battaglione Aviatori”, became enrolled in a horse regiment, and also since he was the best cavalier at his team.
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Car logos Click here to view all logos If you want to know all about car company logos and names, you’ve come to the right place!  The history of car logos can sometimes be really fascinating, and you’ll learn about that here. If you want to view a page full of various car logos, just click here.  Or, if searching for a particular company, use the search box at the side, or scroll to find the name in the nav bar. Click here to view all logos
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Ferrari N.V. (pronounced ) is an Italian sports car manufacturer based in Maranello. Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1939 as Auto Avio Costruzioni, the company built its first car in 1940. However the company’s inception as an auto manufacturer is usually recognized in 1947, when the first Ferrari-badged car was completed.
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In September 1939 Enzo Ferrari left Alfa Romeo under the provision that he would not use the Ferrari name in association with races or racing cars for at least four years. A few days later he founded Auto Avio Costruzioni, headquartered in the facilities of the old Scuderia Ferrari. The new company ostensibly produced machine tools and aircraft accessories. In 1940 Ferrari did in fact produce a race car – the Tipo 815, based on a Fiat platform. It was the first Ferrari car and debuted at the 1940 Mille Miglia, but due to World War II it saw little competition. In 1943 the Ferrari factory moved to Maranello, where it has remained ever since. The factory was bombed by the Allies and subsequently rebuilt including a works for road car production.
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Click here to view all logos If you want to know all about car company logos and names, you’ve come to the right place!  The history of car logos can sometimes be really fascinating, and you’ll learn about that here. If you want to view a page full of various car logos, just click here.  Or, if searching for a particular company, use the search box at the side, or scroll to find the name in the nav bar. Click here to view all logos
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Today, more than 8 million Mustangs have been produced, most sporting Clark’s emblem in four or more places. Mustang running-horse emblems are found on virtually everything possible, from T-shirts to car mats. The Mustang emblem is a wonderful legacy.
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Rolls Royce logo is quite simple at first hand but looks really stylish and professional. It depicts two “R”s which are company’s initials. The letters are put closely together stressing warm friendship between the two founders Charles Rolls and Henry Royce. It is known that the badge on initial Rolls Royce models was colored in red but it changed for black afterwards. As the fame runs, the black color was chosen to express grief after Royce’s death in 1933. However, some reliable sources report that Royce changed the color himself because red badges faded with paint coating.

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There are many reasons Americans will choose to purchase one car over another. Brand loyalty, cost, and customer service all can have an impact on which cars Americans decide to purchase. Of course, the quality of the vehicle itself — its reliability, handling, and safety — is likely an important consideration for most buyers. In the latest edition of it annual Car Brands Report Card, Consumer Reports ranked 30 major car makes based on these factors. According to the report, Audi produces the best overall vehicles of any major brand, while Fiat rates as the worst among the 30 brands.
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We tried to compiled the most extensive list of American car brands. Along with that, we collected information of the company names and logos of all american made car manufacturers. Hope you enjoyed, now feel free to check out the compilation of all car brands list sorted by country.
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While buyers may not consider it a priority in their purchases, quality and safety do appear to have a meaningful impact on sales. Among the top-rated makes, nearly all were among the 10 top-selling brands in the United States in 2015 or had among the largest increases in sales compared to 2014. Sales of only one of the better-rated brands on the list — Volkswagen, which had to deal with its emissions scandal last year — declined over that time. Meanwhile, annual vehicle sales at Fiat, Dodge, and Cadillac, all among the worst-rated brands, declined.
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However, it is ‘The Big Three’ that united the best American car brands and survived through times. They are General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler US. Joined by several other companies, these giants form what is one of the most influential car industries in the world.
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These brands were lucky to make it through the history of ups and downs while America has seen many great car manufacturers that were discontinued due to financial or marketing reasons. One of the oldest car manufacturers in the world, Oldsmobile, was dropped by GM in 2004. Pontiac, Saturn and brutal SUV brand Hummer fell victims to GM major restructuring in 2010. Plymouth resulted surplus to Chrysler development plans in 2001. The same applied to Ford division Mercury, in 2011.
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Audi, Subaru and Lexus make up the three best auto brands overall, the magazine says in its annual listing of top brands. Only one Detroit brand, Buick, made its way into the Top 10 — at seventh place, with an overall score that tied Mazda. Fiat, Jeep and Mitsubishi had the three worst scores.
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J.D. Power, one of the standards for consumer product reviews, also produces a Customer Service Index Study each year. The 2016 edition of the report has similar results to Consumer Reports’ findings on reliability. The majority of the top 10 makes for overall quality are also among the top 10 in J.D. Power’s ranking as well. All five of the worst car brands, according to Consumer Reports, are among the least dependable makes according to J.D. Power.
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The Consumer Reports data cover 30 brands based on road-test performance, reliability, safety performance and active safety aids, and owner satisfaction. We also reviewed the results of JD Power’s 2016 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study, which rates car makes based on the number of problems per 100 vehicles. We also considered 2015 U.S> sales, as well as the change in sales from the previous year, as listed in manufacturer press releases.
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Of all American car brands Ford probably has the most special place in automotive history. Founded by legendary entrepreneur Henry Ford, the company pioneered mass production of cars by introducing many innovations to the industry, such as assembly lines, and made cars affordable to middle class. Today Ford is a global automotive brand selling millions of vehicles worldwide.
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From the start of its history, Chrysler marketed their vehicles under different brands depending on price tags and purpose, including Dodge, Plymouth and DeSoto. The American car manufacturer was on the brink of bankruptcy several times, but survived in 1970s and 2000s. Today Chrysler is owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US and produces mass-market models.
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Hundreds of entrepreneurs took their chances trying to grab a slice of a huge pie, created by automotive boom in US at the beginning of last century. However, most of them went bankrupt or merged with bigger brands. With car market being extremely intense, modern businessmen see their opportunities in creating exclusive sport cars and providing tuning services, like Hennessey Performance Engineering, Panoz or Fisker Automotive.
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American cars have had a long and rich tradition both in the United States and throughout the world. Famous for their muscle vehicles, but also for the classic ones, the American made cars list boasts on 3 companies and at least 9 important companies that have made history over the years. There were roughly 1800 American car brands between 1896 to 1930 but just few were able to survive the tough competitive market. Hence just a handful of auto manufacturers opened after that period in America, that are still well known today.
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But a few good models didn’t necessarily catapult brands to a top ranking. They need to have consistency across a range of models in reliability and drive quality to get to the top, Fisher says. In other cases, they may do well in one category but not in another.
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Lincoln boasts notorious history as one of the best American luxury brands, being Ford’s division for most of its time. The manufacturer supplied limousines for many US presidents, including J.F.Kennedy. In March 2015 Lincoln revealed the concept of returning flagship model Continental that should boost the company’s presence in emerging Chinese luxury market.
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Some models are familiar names on the list. Toyota’s Camry, for instance, won for the first time in four years, although it has shown up five times in 20 years. Subaru has also done particularly well. The Forester won for the second consecutive year as small SUV and Impreza won for the fifth time for compact car.
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Cadillac is an old American luxury car brand, formed on Henry Ford Company base and later acquired by GM. Cadillac set the American standard of V8 engines, was often used for institutional and governmental purposes and provided platforms for limousines, ambulances, funeral vehicles. The company’s golden years fell to 1960s, with de Ville and Eldorado being major hits.
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Established in 1900 as automobile parts’ supplier, Dodge Brothers produced the first vehicle in 1914. The company soon merged with Chrysler and was positioned as mid-range car manufacturer. The brand has been also known for producing trucks. However, after Fiat takeover, Dodge was deprived of mass-market models and trucks and focused on performance vehicles, producing modern American sports cars.
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Buick is the oldest American made car brand with over a hundred-year history that stood at the origins of GM. The marque is positioned in between Chevrolet and Cadillac in the company’s hierarchy and its models are basically rebranded Opel vehicles. Buick cars are sold at the markets where the German brand is not present, namely US, Canada, Mexico and China.
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Tesla Motors is a revolutionary electric cars and electric powertrains manufacturer, founded in California in 2003. With a goal to make fully electric cars affordable and convenient, Tesla keeps introducing innovations to the market and provides automotive giants like Daimler and Toyota with their in-house electric components. The brand created its own ‘Supercharger’ station network, available to Tesla S owners. This luxury 4-door sedan has become a symbol of a modern electric car.
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With a history of more than 100 years, GM is definitely one of the key players of the industry, with a global reach and a significant influence for all auto manufacturers worldwide. Mostly known for its classic Buick and the affordable Chevrolets, General Motors has also made itself famous for the powerful muscle car Camaro and the lean Corvette. Overall 2013 sales place General Motors third in the world’s top automakers.
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Founded by Henry Ford in the beginning of the 20th century, this US car company was an important factor in the industrial revolution and in overall automated manufacturing processes. Commercialized vehicles range from the more accessible ones, sold under the typical Ford brand, to luxurious Lincoln. Ford is one of the best in the American auto manufacturers proving itself over time.
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Fiercely battling GM’s Camaro, the Mustang might actually manage to make it overseas in 2015. With a fresh look for the 2015 Ford Mustang that’s sportier than ever, Ford hopes shaking sales might actually stabilize. The major challenge for this legendary pony remains the same as for its all-time competitors in the muscle car league (Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger): maintaining sales at a decent level. With the upcoming generations, manifesting little to no interest in what these vehicles have to offer, the effort may have to be significant.
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The Biddle Motor Car Company is another american automobile manufacturer that specialized in creating retro style vehicles. They were the first one to introduce dual side-mounted wire wheels, step plates, v-shaped radiators, and angular cycle fenders to the US. However, because of its inability to survive the tensions of mass production, the company was soon sold.

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At Deery Brothers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Iowa City we truly believe there’s a Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM model that will meet your driving needs, and we’re ready to prove that to Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, Johnson County, Davenport IA and Bettendorf drivers.  With our commitment to quality customer service for new and used cars and the auto repairs, car loans and the MOPAR parts you need it’s no wonder our Iowa City Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram dealership is the chosen solution for everything automotive from Cedar Rapids, Coralville, Johnson County & Bettendorf to Davenport, IA. Whether you’re in the beginning stages of your buying process, or you’re ready to take the plunge, we’ll be there by your side. Be sure to explore Deery’s Ram Truck Ranch for our huge selection of trucks today!If only a new 2016 or 2017 Chrysler 200, Dodge Grand Caravan, Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee or RAM 1500 will do, then we have you covered. Peruse our selection of affordable Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and RAM models at your leisure and by exploring the featured new cars page; when something pops out at you, we’ll set you up for a little joyride (i.e. test drive). Singing along to the radio, while optional, is certainly recommended for the full experience. Want to explore these new models more closely? Whether it’s the new Jeep Renegade SUV or Cherokee SUV or the Ram 1500 that has your interest, the information is here. View photos, explore features and learn about performance by checking out the 2016 and 2017 models pages for the following cars, trucks and SUVs now: Chrysler 200, 300, 300C, PacificaDodge Challenger, Challenger SRT Hellcat, Charger, Dart,Durango, Grand Caravan, JourneyJeep Wrangler, Wrangler Unlimited, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Renegade, Patriot , CompassRam 1500, 2500, 3500 or 4500 ChassisInterested in the time-tested value of a pre-owned vehicle? Deery Brothers of Iowa City, Inc. has an incredible selection of used cars available here in Iowa City. Our reliable array of vehicles spans across several auto brands, so you’re sure to find a pre-owned vehicle that perfectly suits your needs.Let Deery Brothers Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep RAM Iowa City serving Coralville Help with Financing Solutions and More Let Deery Brothers Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep RAM Iowa City’s  finance staff take it from here to find a car loan or lease option that works for you. Sure, they’re handy with numbers, but when it comes to serving our Cedar Rapids, Coralville, Johnson County, Davenport IA and Bettendorf customers, you’ll find that every member of the team is a people person. And when it comes to securing low interest rates, their powers of persuasion will prove it. The best part is, after spending a little time ironing out the finances you can hop in your new Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM and show it off.Of course, financing a car is a big investment, and it isn’t something that the average consumer does annually – it’s a special occasion. With that said, we make sure to provide support for your vehicle years after its left our showroom in Iowa City. At our Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, RAM service and repair center, our friendly professionals match their experience with top-quality auto parts to keep you and your next vehicle together, even longer.Curious to learn more? Feel free to stop in to Deery Brothers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Iowa City where we are always eager to assist you. We can discuss vehicles here in our showroom, over the phone, or through our website. Getting to know all of you in the greater Cedar Rapids, Coralville, Johnson County, Bettendorf and Davenport IA areas is always an enjoyable experience for us, so stop in during our scheduled business hours, where we can continue the conversation, and answer any questions you might have.Browse or call 887-9000 now!
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Iowa City Used Cars If you are from the Iowa City area and looking for a used car, Billion Auto has all the information you need to know. We carry most all makes and models of used cars and trucks. You can be sure you’ll find what you are looking for at one of the nation’s largest automotive websites! We have over 6500 vehicles to choose from! If you don’t want to take a drive to the closest Billion Auto location, just visit us online! You’ll find a complete vehicle description including multiple photos of every used vehicle in stock. You can apply for a car loan online from the comfort of your home – and you can even negotiate the price online! Visit us today or browse our huge selection of used cars right from your home in Iowa City. We have a huge selection of both new and used vehicles! Billion Auto doesn’t just help the people in Iowa City find a used vehicle. We also help find all new vehicle makes and models. And we service vehicles from all over Iowa! Billion Auto offers Iowa City, Iowa area residents the lowest prices and financing on all new and used cars and trucks. Schedule a test drive. Billion Auto can help you out today! We have helped thousands of Iowa City customers and we’d like to help you find the used car or truck of your dreams too!
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For a Variety of Used Cars for Cedar Rapids, Coralville, Johnson County, Davenport and Bettendorf Drivers, Come to Deery Brothers Iowa CityFinding the right vehicle for the right price is a good feeling and, when you choose to shop with us here at Deery Brothers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Iowa City, that feeling is right around the corner no matter what your wants and needs may be! We stand apart from all the used car dealers in Iowa City due to our large inventory and transparent buying process. We welcome everyone from the Iowa City, Johnson County, Coralville, Cedar Rapids, Bettendorf and Davenport IA areas to take a look and find the drive of your dreams. Save on many top models with the Featured Used Specials we offer and update on a regular basis. In our selection of used vehicles, you’ll find vehicles from Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram. Whether you’re interested in a car, crossover, SUV, truck, or minivan, our lineup is sure to put a smile on your face. With popular models like the Chrysler 200, Dodge Challenger, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and Ram 1500, among others, there’s truly something for everyone. Take your time perusing the selection, compare and contrast, and find the one that pleases your tastes and leaves your wallet sighing in relief.Be sure to also check out our lineup of certified pre-owned vehicles for even more options.Wondering how to take care of that used car after you bring it home to Iowa City or Cedar Rapids? Let us help!We’re more than just vehicles, of course! After you’ve picked out the ride that leaves you smiling, talk with our finance center experts and get a loan that makes your driving decision all the more affordable. Later on, when you find it’s time for routine maintenance or you have some repairs that need addressed, schedule an appointment online with our service center and leave your beloved ride in the skilled hands of our technicians using only the highest-quality parts. No matter what you need, we’ll be here to help you out however we can.
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Looking for a new 2017 or 2018 Toyota? Look no further than Toyota Of Iowa City in Iowa City, Iowa. We offer a full lineup of new Toyota vehicles. Our knowledgeable Toyota Of Iowa City new car dealer staff is dedicated and will work with you to put you behind the wheel of the Toyota vehicle you want, at an affordable price. Feel free to browse our online inventory, request more information about our vehicles, or set up a test drive with a sales associate.
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Whatever your automotive needs are, we have the right solutions at Carousel Nissan. What makes us so confident that we have what you are looking for, you might ask? Well, for one thing, our dealership has a proud history of providing drivers in Iowa City with new Nissan models, pre-owned vehicles, auto service or parts, and financing options that are personalized to them. In other words, there are no generic or no one-size-fits-all experiences for you at Carousel Nissan. Every customer who visits us gets individualized treatment from our experienced and friendly sales professionals, service technicians, or finance staff. Secondly, even though drivers in Iowa have plenty of options for new and used Nissan dealers to visit, they still largely come to see us instead, which is why we serve drivers from Cedar Rapids and Marion regularly. In fact, for these drivers who live just outside of Iowa City, making the short trip to Carousel Nissan is more than worth it because of the advantages of shopping with us.
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As a leading Toyota dealer near Cedar Rapids, Toyota Of Iowa City also has a wide variety of pre-owned cars, trucks, and SUVs for you to choose from. Each of our used vehicles has undergone a rigorous inspection to ensure the highest quality used cars, trucks, and SUVs in Iowa. Stop by Toyota Of Iowa City or search our online inventory to find the used car, truck, or SUV that is right for you. We have used cars, trucks, and SUVs for every need and budget. Our expert staff will work to get you in the vehicle you want for an affordable price.

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City Car Driving – Car Driving Simulator, PC Game Dear customers! Our company designs software and hardware products for car driving education and entertainment: smart AI systems, virtual models of cities, car simulators, special vehicle simulators, industrial car driving simulators etc. We also design car driving computer games, on the basis of our own technologies and experience. The car driving game named “City Car Driving” is a new car simulator, designed to help users experience car driving in а big city, the countryside and in different conditions or go just for a joy ride. Special stress in the “City Car Driving” simulator has been laid on a variety of different road situations and realistic car driving. READ MORE DETAILS HERE! Download Buy at $24.99* *Actual paid amount is a bit bigger and depends on the payment method you choose, because it includes an interest rate of the online payment service. Please check system requirements and compare them with your computer configuration before proceed!
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Dear customers! Our company designs software and hardware products for car driving education and entertainment: smart AI systems, virtual models of cities, car simulators, special vehicle simulators, industrial car driving simulators etc. We also design car driving computer games, on the basis of our own technologies and experience. The car driving game named “City Car Driving” is a new car simulator, designed to help users experience car driving in а big city, the countryside and in different conditions or go just for a joy ride. Special stress in the “City Car Driving” simulator has been laid on a variety of different road situations and realistic car driving. READ MORE DETAILS HERE! Download Buy at $24.99* *Actual paid amount is a bit bigger and depends on the payment method you choose, because it includes an interest rate of the online payment service. Please check system requirements and compare them with your computer configuration before proceed!
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The car driving game named “City Car Driving” is a new car simulator, designed to help users experience car driving in а big city, the countryside and in different conditions or go just for a joy ride. Special stress in the “City Car Driving” simulator has been laid on a variety of different road situations and realistic car driving.
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Our company designs software and hardware products for car driving education and entertainment: smart AI systems, virtual models of cities, car simulators, special vehicle simulators, industrial car driving simulators etc. We also design car driving computer games, on the basis of our own technologies and experience.
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Learning how to drive can be stressful, especially in large cities or on roads that are totally unknown to you. City Car Driving is a driving simulator that’s very different to what you’re used to, but also really appropriate for new drivers or those that are still taking lessons at driving school.
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Obviously not. If you’ve come here expecting to download City Car Driving for free, it’s not your lucky day. Although you can download the file freely, you need a valid series number to be able to activate the simulator and start improving your driving skills, and that code requires a payment. The only way to play is purchasing the license for $25 available on the developer’s website.
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This simulator includes a very complete rating system with different rules and statistics. While driving around, you’ll receive different notifications and warnings for each mistake you make, so you don’t repeat them, and you’ll be explained how to do that maneuver correctly. With plenty of practice and thanks to the infraction log, you can make sure you reduce your amount of mistakes and spend less money on your real driving lessons, so that you can pass your test as soon as possible.
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Instead of coming across setting in which we can race around and drift as much as we want, transport passengers on a train or deliver goods with our truck, in this simulator we simply have to drive a car obeying road safety regulations, indicating turns, paying attention to all the traffic signs and giving way to pedestrians. In other words, it’s a driving school simulator.
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As well as the latter, the game includes dangerous situations that help new drivers to learn how to react behind the wheel when in danger, such as a car driving on the wrong side of the road, a dead end, a pedestrian crossing where he shouldn’t, headlights not working, etc. More realism, impossible.

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Iowa City Used Cars If you are from the Iowa City area and looking for a used car, Billion Auto has all the information you need to know. We carry most all makes and models of used cars and trucks. You can be sure you’ll find what you are looking for at one of the nation’s largest automotive websites! We have over 6500 vehicles to choose from! If you don’t want to take a drive to the closest Billion Auto location, just visit us online! You’ll find a complete vehicle description including multiple photos of every used vehicle in stock. You can apply for a car loan online from the comfort of your home – and you can even negotiate the price online! Visit us today or browse our huge selection of used cars right from your home in Iowa City. We have a huge selection of both new and used vehicles! Billion Auto doesn’t just help the people in Iowa City find a used vehicle. We also help find all new vehicle makes and models. And we service vehicles from all over Iowa! Billion Auto offers Iowa City, Iowa area residents the lowest prices and financing on all new and used cars and trucks. Schedule a test drive. Billion Auto can help you out today! We have helped thousands of Iowa City customers and we’d like to help you find the used car or truck of your dreams too!
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For a Variety of Used Cars for Cedar Rapids, Coralville, Johnson County, Davenport and Bettendorf Drivers, Come to Deery Brothers Iowa CityFinding the right vehicle for the right price is a good feeling and, when you choose to shop with us here at Deery Brothers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Iowa City, that feeling is right around the corner no matter what your wants and needs may be! We stand apart from all the used car dealers in Iowa City due to our large inventory and transparent buying process. We welcome everyone from the Iowa City, Johnson County, Coralville, Cedar Rapids, Bettendorf and Davenport IA areas to take a look and find the drive of your dreams. Save on many top models with the Featured Used Specials we offer and update on a regular basis. In our selection of used vehicles, you’ll find vehicles from Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram. Whether you’re interested in a car, crossover, SUV, truck, or minivan, our lineup is sure to put a smile on your face. With popular models like the Chrysler 200, Dodge Challenger, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and Ram 1500, among others, there’s truly something for everyone. Take your time perusing the selection, compare and contrast, and find the one that pleases your tastes and leaves your wallet sighing in relief.Be sure to also check out our lineup of certified pre-owned vehicles for even more options.Wondering how to take care of that used car after you bring it home to Iowa City or Cedar Rapids? Let us help!We’re more than just vehicles, of course! After you’ve picked out the ride that leaves you smiling, talk with our finance center experts and get a loan that makes your driving decision all the more affordable. Later on, when you find it’s time for routine maintenance or you have some repairs that need addressed, schedule an appointment online with our service center and leave your beloved ride in the skilled hands of our technicians using only the highest-quality parts. No matter what you need, we’ll be here to help you out however we can.
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Looking for a new 2017 or 2018 Toyota? Look no further than Toyota Of Iowa City in Iowa City, Iowa. We offer a full lineup of new Toyota vehicles. Our knowledgeable Toyota Of Iowa City new car dealer staff is dedicated and will work with you to put you behind the wheel of the Toyota vehicle you want, at an affordable price. Feel free to browse our online inventory, request more information about our vehicles, or set up a test drive with a sales associate.
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Billion Chevrolet Buick GMC – Greater Cedar Rapids Auto Repair, Maintenance & Parts Billion Chevrolet Buick GMC of Iowa City is proud to offer auto repair customers high quality services at competitive prices. Our GM service technicians at our Iowa City auto repair center are factory trained and certified, ensuring that they have thorough knowledge of how to repair vehicles of all models and makes efficiently and economically. We are just minutes away from Coralville and North Liberty, and that short trip is worth it to have your auto service performed by the best auto repair team in Iowa City. You can schedule an appointment online, or call 866-572-8293 to have your questions answered.
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Billion Chevrolet Buick GMC of Iowa City is proud to offer auto repair customers high quality services at competitive prices. Our GM service technicians at our Iowa City auto repair center are factory trained and certified, ensuring that they have thorough knowledge of how to repair vehicles of all models and makes efficiently and economically. We are just minutes away from Coralville and North Liberty, and that short trip is worth it to have your auto service performed by the best auto repair team in Iowa City. You can schedule an appointment online, or call 866-572-8293 to have your questions answered.
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As a leading Toyota dealer near Cedar Rapids, Toyota Of Iowa City also has a wide variety of pre-owned cars, trucks, and SUVs for you to choose from. Each of our used vehicles has undergone a rigorous inspection to ensure the highest quality used cars, trucks, and SUVs in Iowa. Stop by Toyota Of Iowa City or search our online inventory to find the used car, truck, or SUV that is right for you. We have used cars, trucks, and SUVs for every need and budget. Our expert staff will work to get you in the vehicle you want for an affordable price.
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Our state-of-the-art Service Department here at Toyota Of Iowa City will keep your new Toyota vehicle or used car in excellent condition. The diagnostic equipment operated by our expert mechanics will detect any issues that may be occurring in your vehicle so that our Toyota trained service technicians can fix the problem right the first time. We offer all the auto services, maintenance, and parts you need to keep your vehicle running like new, even if all you need is an oil change. Visit our Service Department page to schedule a service appointment, or our Parts Department page to order parts for your new Toyota, or for more information about any of the services offered by Toyota Of Iowa City.
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From a powerful pickup truck to haul your gear for your next camping trip to an SUV for comprehensive family use, we are confident that the perfect car for your situation is among our lineup of used cars. We regularly update our online inventory, so please do check often. Your dream car may be the next vehicle we put up on our website! Financing Options for All Your Needs We never want our customers to miss out on the perfect car. This is why Carousel 2 is happy to offer a wide range of financing options to all of our customers. Whether you have a poor credit score or simply want to take advantage of the convenience of in-house financing, we can guarantee you credit approval. On top of our guaranteed credit approval, we offer great rates and flexible payment terms! Simply let our financing team know you wish to take advantage of our financing options and we’ll handle the rest. How May We Help You Today? For any questions you may have about our services, or if you would like to see one of the vehicles listed on our website, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We invite you to call us at 351-1993 or message us through our Contact page. We’d also like to invite you to come by our dealership; we are a short drive from Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Marion, North Liberty, and Coralville, IA.
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Visit our Toyota Of Iowa City finance page to get pre-approved today! The staff within our Finance Department is dedicated to putting you in the car you want, at a price you can afford. We also offer competitive auto leasing options for our customers who are not looking to purchase or finance a vehicle. Whether you are looking to finance or lease your new Toyota car, truck, or SUV, our finance experts will work to arrange affordable payments for our customers.
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Since we’ve opened our doors, we have become one of the most trusted dealers for quality used and pre-owned vehicles in Iowa City, IA and other nearby areas like Cedar Rapids, North Liberty, and Coralville, IA. If you’re looking to purchase an additional car for your family, know that you can always count on us to provide you with a great vehicle at a fantastic price.

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In this car racing-themed distance game you have to launch your runabout and drive it as fast and far as you can along the Wreck Road. Crash into other vehicles to accelerate but avoid to fall out of the screen or you will lose too much time. Use upgrades to make your car invincible in order to wreck all other on the street. Much fun Controls: Arrow Up = Launch Car, Arrows Left / Right = Move, Arrow Down = Brake / Wreck car escape distance vehicle >
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Dec 15, 2016Rob DemovskyESPN Staff Writer CloseCovered Packers for Green Bay Press-Gazette from 1997-2013 Two-time Wisconsin Sportswriter of the Year as selected by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters AssociationFollow on TwitterFacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintcommentGREEN BAY, Wis. — Green Bay Packers running back James Starks might not be available for Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears after he was involved in a car accident on Monday.Coach Mike McCarthy said that’s the reason Starks was added to the injury report this week with a concussion.McCarthy said Starks was otherwise OK but did not provide any additional details.The Green Bay Police Department confirmed that Starks was involved in a traffic incident within the city limits on Monday but said the report was not ready to be released.Starks’ role has been reduced the past two games, and he was replaced as a starter last week by converted receiver Ty Montgomery. Since Starks played a season-high 54 snaps against the Philadelphia Eagles on Nov. 28, when he carried 17 times for 41 yards, he has combined for only six carries for 4 yards in the last two games. He played only seven snaps in each game.Packers running back James Starks has combined for six carries for 4 yards in the last two games. Brian Bahr/Getty ImagesWith Eddie Lacy on injured reserve, it would leave the Packers with Montgomery and Christine Michael as their primary halfbacks if Starks is not cleared for Sunday’s game. Montgomery has not carried more than nine times in a game this season but is averaging 5.2 yards per carry.Michael, who was claimed off waivers on Nov. 16, has 20 carries for 59 yards in three games since joining the Packers.When asked if Montgomery could handle a 20-carry workload, McCarthy said: “That’s a question you really grow into. He’s definitely a durable player. You look at just the way he’s built. The fact of the matter is he returns kickoffs too. I think that tells you what we think about his ability to run up in there. We’ll see how it goes this week, but, yes, I have confidence he can get to that number if he had to.”
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The final game is intended to include a variety of gameplay features, including traditional track racing and demolition derbies. The racing gameplay follows the same fundamental rules as most modern racing games, such as Need for Speed or Gran Turismo. The player controls a car in a race or demolition derby, the goal being to win the race or be the sole survivor of the derby respectively. Before participating in an event the player must choose a vehicle, select either manual or automatic transmission, and finally select either a dirt or tarmac track on which to race. Players will also be able to buy and sell vehicles, customise vehicles, and perform “research”. The races themselves focus heavily on “vehicular combat” with the player having to find a balance between defensive tactics such as avoiding debris or opponents’ vehicles and more aggressive tactics such as grinding against opponents and forcing them out of the way in order to overtake them or avoid harm. While Next Car Game’s focus on physics and vehicular damage is similar to previous destruction-based racing games such as Criterion’s Burnout, it follows a somewhat slower and more strategic approach, resulting in a more traditional racing gameplay experience than in comparable games.
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Home Physics Action 13% 87% Description Unleash the physics of arena destruction. How to play Destroy All Cars Slide the scroll bar with your mouse to view the field. Click the arrows on the ramp to adjust its height, then click GO! Click the arrows on the truck to choose your car, and click GO! to watch the jump. Reach the damage target to move on to the next level. Action Award Games Car Games Driving Games Physics
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On October 3, 2014, Bugbear made an announcement on the game’s blog entry for the game’s sixth build that Next Car Game was now officially titled Wreckfest. The announcement came with a definition of the term “wreck fest” written on Urban Dictionary. In the same announcement, Bugbear also announced an eighteen-player online multiplayer has been introduced with new deathmatch and team deathmatch game modes, as well as a new track and a new car. The developer also said that they are aiming for twenty-four-player multiplayer for the final release, but will need to spend more time optimizing the game’s network code. The game’s Steam entry was updated to cover both the former working title and the new official title.
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“This is going to be one big party for everyone who enjoys football, food, fun and free giveaways,” said Amy Witherite, founding partner of Eberstein Witherite, LLP, the law firm of 1-800-CAR-WRECK®.” We’ve sponsored Big Game Bash for many years, and this year it’s going to have all the excitement that has made this one of the most popular and talked-about Big Game  parties in the city.”
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The event begins at 3 p.m., and seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Free food and drinks will be served to the first 1,500 attendees.  The team from 1-800-CAR-WRECK® will be in attendance, and members of the firm will hand out t-shirts and other free swag items.
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Development on Next Car Game began in 2012, and was first announced by Bugbear Entertainment on August 27, 2013 on the Next Car Game blog. In an interview with IGN, lead game designer Janne Suur-Näkki stated that the game should reach a “feature-complete state” in 2014 according to the team’s estimates, with all key features implemented. In a press release published by Eurogamer Next Car Game was officially announced for PC and other “yet to be announced platforms”. Depending on whether enough money can be raised, the developers are also prepared to develop the game for consoles and Mac.
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Recent updates View all April 7 April Update Dear Wreckers, the latest update is upon us!This one is strictly a content update to give you something new and exciting to chew on while we continue working on the career, new user interface and a bunch of other cool features coming up later on. First of all – and this is a big one – the update introduces a completely new car: American 5! It’s a badass demolition derby style muscle car that we think fits perfectly to the style of the game. It’s still very much work-in-progress with for example more liveries being added later on, but we hope you’ll already enjoy taking it out for a spin to wreak some havoc!The other big news is that we have a new track too, and not just any track but a killer dirt oval! It’s something that a lot of you have requested for a long time and since we like to deliver, here it is. Since no oval is complete without a Figure 8 layout designed for close quarters vehicular mayhem we also throw that into the mix, and it’s something that will no doubt become a new multiplayer favorite.To top it off, Mixed 4 has also received a makeover. While many of the trackside objects are still being worked on, a lot of the track and environment details are already in place and track is beginning to look like real track. In case it’s been a while since you played the track, now is a perfect time to check it out again!Oh, and if you haven’t heard yet (by following our official Twitter account at @bugbeargames, for example) we’ve published the results of the survey you might remember we ran a while ago. The results were enlightening and showed us that we’re definitely on the right track, but we invite you to take a look at them yourself. The results can be viewed HERE. Thanks for taking the time to participate, we appreciate it!Thanks for everything and happy wrecking! 136 comments Read more March 1 Hotfix for Sandpit 1 Dear all, we just pushed out a quick update improving playability of Sandpit 1. Most of the broken geometry is now fixed, AI is functional for all routes and trackside cameras for Replay are in place. Furthermore, loading the track with grass enabled no longer causes a fatal crash. Phew!Additionally, the ramps on the large derby Stadium were made smoother so as not to cause massive damage to the car in high speeds. The European hot hatch racing engine gearbox logic was improved as well and bogus rally tire upgrades removed.Thanks for your support and happy wrecking! 47 comments Read more