Cars are becoming smarter. This is demonstrated by the technology under the hood, the vehicle's primary power source (petrol, electricity or a hybrid) and the various ways in which the driver can interact with the vehicle. All of this should culminate in intelligent driverless vehicles, which, whether the technology is ready for mass-production or not, will be legal in Australia by 2020. But what about those who prefer their motorised transportation to take place on two wheels?
- Marine boat engines can experience complete failure or eventual deterioration of functions due to multiple reasons. In most cases, the component will stop working due to the natural wear and tear associated with normal usage. In other situations, the boat might fail due to accidents or poor maintenance. When these problems occur, you can choose to purchase a new marine vessel or restore the boat by improving the engine. The latter option is the most favourable, but the former is more practical due to the financial implications.
- Whether you're going for a motorboat with an inboard motor or an outboard motor, one of the most fundamental decisions you'll have to make is whether to go with diesel or with gasoline. There's really no right answer; you just need to weigh up your own needs and wants to determine which choice will best suit your own personal situation. Here are four key questions to ask yourself when you're deciding between diesel and gasoline.
- If your Mercruiser is just acting up on you, it may not start even though the battery is okay. You know this because when you try to start, the engine turns. You crank the fifth time but the Mercruiser is still not running. It is important to realize that there are many reasons that can prevent your Mercruiser from running. This article will provide important knowledge on how to go about fixing this problem.