THE NEW FORTY Here I come adulthood!
When I purchased my Hyundai Tiburon close to ten years ago I did so because I loved it. When I learned about the great warranty Hyundai offers (5/60 bumper to bumper and 10/100 drivetrain) I used it a... Posted on 10/2/13 at 10:00 PM
RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA Blessing Vehicles on Pentecost
Pentecost is a feast that reminds us that the Gospel reverses the Tower of Babel. The tongues of fire give the apostles the ability to speak other (known and existing) languages and brings people toge... Posted on 6/14/11 at 8:28 AM
THE DULLUM FILE The RV
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STAFF BLOG PLAIN COUNTRY Clean machine
I defied Murphy's Law and went through the car wash this morning. The van had gotten so covered with dust and mud from last week's rain that I couldn't stand it anymore. The f... Posted on 8/25/09 at 1:55 AM
When cars talk to each other, everyone on the road is safer. That’s the summation of University of Minnesota Duluth professor Imran Hayee after five years of hard work with his electrical engineering graduate students to create technology that will better inform drivers as they travel in congested areas.
It just keeps going, and going, and going. No, it's not a battery. It's Irvin Gordon's 1966 Volvo P1800S. Gordon's small, red two-door has well more than 2 million miles on the odometer, the equivalent of nearly 1,176 times across the globe.
Does North Dakota have any requirement when you need to change license plates after moving here from another state? I see people that are long-term employees who have purchased homes in our area, but continue to have out-of-state plates. Since they own a home and work here full time, shouldn’t their vehicle be licensed here?
For 684,000 North Dakotans, there are now 1 million vehicles. North Dakota Transportation Department director Francis Ziegler reports Tuesday the agency registered more than 1 million vehicles last year. It's an all-time high.
The plant's 86-year run comes to an end Friday when the last Ranger pickup truck rolls off the line. Its closing means about 800 workers will be transferring to other plants or simply looking for a new job.
Del Peterson walked into the roar of the Ford plant for the first time, his eyes wide. Skeletons of vehicles rolled down snaking conveyor belts as workers in sunken pits tinkered with axles rolling over their heads. Others squinted behind face shields, their welding guns unleashing sparks, or scurried to bolt tires into place before the next chassis rolled up a minute later.
People are finally replacing the cars and trucks they held on to during the economic slump, giving a big boost to U.S. auto sales in November. Chrysler, Ford, Nissan and Hyundai were among the companies reporting double-digit gains from last November, which is normally a lackluster month because of colder weather and holiday distractions. This November, buyers were lured by good deals, improving confidence in the economy and the need to trade in older cars.
Tom Krisher and Dee-Ann Durbin
, December 01, 2011
A Georgia-based soldier is suing a business that loaned him $4,100 at high interest, saying the terms violated a 2007 federal law that protects military service members from predatory lenders. Army Staff Sgt. Jason Cox of Fort Benning says the car-title loan he took out last year cost him more than $4,000 in interest alone. He defaulted and the lender repossessed his Dodge Durango.
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